Finding the right Thanksgiving flowers comes down to two things. One, your flowers should focus on giving off all those delicious autumn vibes that make Thanksgiving so irresistible, which means opting for orange, yellow, brown, and red blooms are definitely the way to go.
And, two, you should try to choose flowers that symbolize the appreciation and gratitude Thanksgiving is known for. It’s definitely a good thing to show thanks to the things we hold dear in life—especially our friends and family—at least one day out of the year. Your Thanksgiving flowers should reflect that. And being thankful is kind of the main theme of Thanksgiving, after all. It’s right there in the name!
What are the Best Thanksgiving Flowers?
If you’re lucky enough to live in a place that experiences all four seasons, then you know just how amazing autumn can be. The falling leaves. The cool weather. And, of course, the beautiful fall colors. With that said, your little floral friends you get for Thanksgiving should be able to bring a healthy dose of fall vibes into your home.
If you’re not sure which to choose, these traditional Thanksgiving flowers will definitely do the trick!
- Red roses
- Yellow daisies
- Witch hazel
- Chinese lantern
What Makes the Perfect Thanksgiving Centerpiece
At Thanksgiving, the dinner table is the star of the show. It’s where all the magic happens—AKA the feasting and mingling with loved ones. But, you know just as well as we do, that every star needs a supporting act. That’s where a jaw-dropping Thanksgiving centerpiece comes in.
Just think about it! What’s better than a bunch of flowers beautifully decorating your table while you and your family stuff your face with sweet potatoes, turkey, gravy, stuffing, green beans, corn, pumpkin pie, and all the other delicious home-cooked goodness you whipped up in the kitchen? Sounds like heaven, am I right? Trust us; it’ll add a whole new level of charm and magic to your Thanksgiving get-together.
What makes the perfect Thanksgiving centerpiece? Glad you asked!
- Lush textures.
- Rich autumn colors.
- A nice touch of green.
- Some earthy colors.
- A unique vase—think rustic charm!