Thanksgiving Wreaths & Garland
It might not be time to deck the halls just yet, but that shouldn't stop you from celebrating the season of thanks with fall and Thanksgiving decor from your front door to your dining-room table. Thanksgiving wreaths and garlands can be used on virtually any surface, horizontal or vertical, to give your fall feast some extra oomph.
Wreath In, Wreath Out
Decorate your front door for a festive fall with a Thanksgiving wreath to greet guests when they arrive - and help let them know they're in the right place for the party. Thanksgiving wreaths come in a variety of styles and can be made from an array of fall fauna, so you can choose one that fits with the style of your fall feast. Choose a traditional round wreath made of fall flowers and leaves, or add a unique touch with a wreath accented with pumpkins, gourds, and feathers. Thanksgiving wreaths aren't just entryway specific. Think about adding a festive fall wreath to a wall in your dining room so you can admire it without having to stand outside on the porch.
The Center of it All
The focus of your table is really on your turkey, but it probably won't mind sharing the spotlight with a harvest-themed centerpiece. Create a centerpiece for your dinner table with a Thanksgiving floral arrangement - just make sure to choose an arrangement low enough that your guests and see and talk over it, which means choosing shorter fall leaves, flowers, and grasses. Or add matching drop floral arrangements to walls on either side of a mirror or table for symmetrical, festive decor from floor to ceiling. Take your festive fall decor a step further and incorporate Thanksgiving harvest decorations like cornucopias into your impressive dinner spread, either on your table or sideboard. And don't worry - our decorative cornucopias are filled with flowers, feathers, and grasses rather than food, so your guests won't have to worry about distinguishing real from fake.
Like All Guests, Autumn Leaves
Most of the Thanksgiving action might be taking place in the kitchen and dining room, but that doesn't mean that your decor has to end there. After all, you can do more with autumn leaves than just rake them into a pile to jump in. Vibrant Thanksgiving bouquets and garlands that incorporate leaves of red, yellow, and green into their fall and harvest themes can be added to end tables, mantles, and other surfaces and help carry your Thanksgiving spirit throughout the house.