This time of year is perfect for incorporating nature into your décor and with an assortment of dried flowers, leaves, fruit and gourds, the possibilities for creating a seasonal centerpiece really are endless. So as we prepare what our Thanksgiving menu will look like (stay tuned next week for our top recipe picks), we also wanted to put some thought towards a beautiful centerpiece for our table.
One of the first places we turned to was our good friend Amanda at The Fashionable Hostess. She always seems to have an enviable tablescape, so where better to pull some inspiration. Take a look at her Thanksgiving table – we love how she incorporated this very concept of dried flowers and gourds as a centerpiece – on our Cheese Block with Knife and Spreader no less.
For entertaining this Thanksgiving I love the concept of bringing natural elements to your Thanksgiving table. My inspiration started with my dried wildflowers and then continued with winter vegetables I found in the supermarket like pumpkins, squash and gourds.
Another great idea we’ll be borrowing this Thanksgiving is mixing a vase or centerpiece bowl with candlesticks in varying heights to add dimension and intrigue to our table. Here’s a look at Heather from Setting for Four’s tablescape for additional inspiration:
Here are our top Nambé picks for a centerpiece and candlesticks:
Share your Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas in the comments below, or tag us on Instagram, @Nambe, to show off your style.