Fruits and vegetables make the very best Thanksgiving centerpieces for several reasons. 1) They're affordable, if not cheap. 2) They're naturally gorgeous! They come in the fun shapes, rich colors, and pretty textures that nature does best. And 3) most the time, you can reuse them!
Now pumpkins and red berries might be your first pick, but we've also rounded up some fruits and vegetable centerpiece inspiration that will encourage you to put less classic combinations together. It's fun, and the outcome is delightful. Let's take a look.
7 DIY Thanksgiving Centerpieces, Made With Fruits & Vegetables
Shown above: Orange pumpkins and gourds are traditional, but the white combination above will give your table a more elegant feel, if that's what you're after.
Of course, autumn fruits like pomegranates and persimmons make the perfect, simple Thanksgiving centerpiece.
Grapes, grapes, grapes, they make such an easy and tasty centerpiece. Bowls of overflowing grapes look very nice on the mantel as well.
Love this pears, artichokes, and eggplant centerpiece from Martha Stewart Weddings. Not your usual Thanksgiving produce but lovely nonetheless.
More artichokes gone gorgeous. Tuck a little flower alongside an artichoke in a pretty jar and your centerpieces are done. Heck, skip the flowers. These look exquisite.
This lemon and leaf garland made by Jordan Ferney of oh happy day is gorgeous. What a lush and beautiful centerpiece. I bet it smells great, too.
Any ideas for fruits and vegetable centerpieces that you have?
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