SWEET TREATS We can all admit that some of our favorite Thanksgiving eats happen AFTER the main meal. We’re talking about all the pies, cupcakes, cakes, crumbles, and desserts you can imagine. Why not showcase them during the main meal and create an interesting centerpiece with the pretty sweats. It’s a piece of cake!
ADD SOME LIGHT Adding candles can create an elegant dining experience. One unique way to implement candles is to incorporate a rustic lantern into the mix, like this centerpiece by Serendipity Refined. Add a small candle or tea light in the lantern, and surround it with gorgeous fall colors. Another great way to use a lantern is to mix it between different sized candles and greenery. This adds a rustic element, and creates an interesting masterpiece.
KEEP IT NEUTRAL When we think of Thanksgiving colors, we think of oranges, browns, deep reds, purples, and yellows. Although it’s fun to add every fall color to your Thanksgiving table, you can also keep it simple by using a neutral color palette. This helps create the perfect blank canvas for your colorful meal, and allows you to use many different decorations without making the table seem busy.