Are you gearing up for a memorable Thanksgiving this year? Look no further for inspiration! In this article, we’ve gathered 15 innovative and imaginative ideas to enhance your Thanksgiving celebration. From do-it-yourself projects and cherished holiday traditions to exquisite tablescapes and captivating centerpieces, we’ve got you covered.
Creative Ideas For Your Thanksgiving This Year
With the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, it’s time to start getting ready and planning for this year’s celebration. Today I’m bringing you some inspiration as you get ready for Thanksgiving this year. Here are 15 different and creative ideas for your Thanksgiving home from DIY ideas, holiday traditions, lovely tablescapes, & centerpieces.
Thanks to Rachel for The Ponds Farmhouse for gathering all of us to share our best Thanksgiving ideas with you all today!
Do you love the look of dried wheat? Me too! I love the natural color…I think it’s so pretty. I was trying to think of an interesting way to use it in my Fall decorating and came up with this dried wheat centerpiece. It would be perfect displayed on your Thanksgiving buffet bar. Let me show you how I made it!
Rachel always comes up with creative projects for every season. Today she has a Fall centerpiece idea that’s perfect for your Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving Dining Table. It combines DIY and Vintage pieces for a unique table arrangement. I just love her DIY twig vase and have it on my to-do list!
My fellow New England blogger Heidi has the prettiest way to use an heirloom pumpkin! Wow your guests this Thanksgiving with an elegant, easy-to-make pumpkin centerpiece utilizing a real heirloom pumpkin and seasonal fresh florals.
Kristin’s amazing log home in Wisconsin is a picture-perfect spot to have a family celebration! Today she is sharing some fun family traditions that they have done over the years during the Thanksgiving holiday. OK, she makes our family seem a little dull!!
Cindy has lovely easy tips to set a memorable Thanksgiving table this year. I love the color scheme she created on her dining room table. She has included printable place-setting cards that can double as a gratitude garland!
My sweet friend Jen created a stunning centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table. Wow, your family and friends with a simple and beautiful DIY artichoke and magnolia centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table.
AnnMarie put together a simple rustic centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table this year. I love the neutral style and how she used vintage pieces, browns, and dried gourds to create a look that works for the entire autumn season.
Do you get stressed out trying to get your act together for Thanksgiving?? C’mon it can’t just be me!!
Stacy has put together ways to organize yourself for when you are hosting. There are 9 simple tips for hosting the best Thanksgiving dinner ever. Not hosting this year? Check out her Thanksgiving hostess gift ideas at the end of this post.
Another fellow New England blogging friend, Ann is sharing how she set a simple Thanksgiving table using some of her vintage tableware. She finds the best pieces when she is out thrifting & vintage shopping!
Renae lives on the prettiest farm in the Pacific Northwest. She is sharing how she created an elegant table for her Thanksgiving guest. You will love all the small details of this celebration.
Wendy my West Coast crafty sister will show you one of her favorite traditions for decorating her Thanksgiving table with a homemade cornucopia. It is made out of chicken wire and rope, and then fill it with pumpkins, gourds, feathers, and flowers.
Mary is sharing ideas for your Thanksgiving table from space planning, table design, setup, place settings, and unique centerpieces. You will love everything she is sharing!
Jen is sharing how she created a warm and inviting Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving table by making a DIY table runner, pillows, and a beautiful footed bowl centerpiece filled with textured, fabric-covered pumpkins and leaves.
Enjoy some tips for hosting a large gathering with budget-friendly Thanksgiving table elements. At the same time, learn what pieces you can pull together from around your home, and how to best layer them. Then, you can easily create a thoughtful and beautiful tablescape this Thanksgiving.
KariAnne is sharing some of her simple ideas for your Friendsgiving table. Why not add a little blue and white with your pumpkins? There are tons of simple ideas to make your holiday celebrations a little easier!
I hope you gathered as much inspiration today as I did! They are a talented group of ladies for sure!!
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because it centers around my family and all sitting down together for dinner…and of course the desserts!!!
Wishing you and your family a healthy & happy Thanksgiving!