I have been thinking about Thanksgiving decorations since this festive time of year is just around the corner. Most people naturally start thinking about decorating for Christmas but we really should not overlook the chance to create a lovely and inviting home for our guests during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Even though the décor for Thanksgiving is very similar to the ideas you may use in your fall decorating, there are also some extra embellishments you can add to create a stunning Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece, a thankful fall fireplace mantel, a charming and welcoming front porch and much more.
So, why not sit back, relax and let me introduce you to some of the best ways to turn your home into a customized and fully decorated abode that your guests of all ages are sure to love?
Thanksgiving table Decorations
Let’s face it, this is the holiday that revolves around the dinner table. There are tons of amazing ways to dress up an otherwise plain and boring dining room and turn it into a gracious eatery.
This charming Thanksgiving table idea shared by nancysdailydish.blogspot.com is a great mixture of orange and blue. It inspires a sense of southern country delight and warmth that is sure to make a festive room to host your Thanksgiving dinner.
The elegance that you can create with butternut squash! A simple item found in your grocery store produce section during harvest time is a perfect item to use for creative table decor. Mix it up with pieces of greenery and a bowl of walnuts as seen in this picture. Get creative and you will be surprised by what you can do with a squash.
Thanksgiving Table Decorations are some of the easiest ways to dress up your table on a budget and make it fit for some holiday charm because many items you can use are right in your own yard. Pine cones and wood slices are a great way to add some rustic earthy personality to your decor for Thanksgiving or for Christmas. This is just a super sweet look for a Thanksgiving table. Elegant and charming.
Even if you have a small dining room table you can still make it warm and inviting by dressing it up with Thanksgiving decorations such as miniature pumpkins and sweet candles or a candle votive. Line it with a table runner and you are ready for dinner. All that is missing is the meal.
Front porch ideas for Thanksgiving
Show the neighbors and all passerby’s that you have the holiday spirit by giving your porch a touch of thankful charm.
This is a cute little setup on this front porch. A nicely crafted and painted wooden turkey turns fall theme decor into a Thanksgiving ready home.
Dress up a rocking chair with a throw and a lovely fall theme throw pillow. Add some mums and other simple harvest related items and watch your porch beam with Thanksgiving pride. Photo courtesy of One Sutton Place.
This is a simple yet effective design to create some Thanksgiving spirit on your front porch. I love the little plaque. Very cute. Thanks to wildruffle.com for sharing.
Don’t forget a charming Thanksgiving wreath is a must have for dressing up your plain door for the holiday. It is the ideal way to invite your guests into your home.
Thanksgiving Fireplace Mantel Decorations
The chances are you will probably be using your fireplace during the Thanksgiving holiday and therefore it will be quite the focal point for those that want to warm their hands and feet when coming in from the brisk cold. Even if the climate in your area does not warrant a nice warm fire by the time Thanksgiving arrives, you can still create a mantel that boasts some serious class during this time of year.
Even though this is not the fireplace mantel, I thought it was a must share because it is such a cute way to dress up the area surrounding the fireplace for Thanksgiving or fall. Very pretty, don’t you think? Thanks for sharing with us Pink Texas Chick.
Homemade garland to drape upon your fireplace is not only a unique way to make Thanksgiving Decorations but it is also super fun. This mantel is full of the Thanksgiving spirit boasting pilgrims, pumpkins, leaf garland and more.
A simple way to make your fireplace mantel happy. A repurposed old window gets dressed up for the holiday. Very charming!
If you liked these ideas, be sure to check out our other Thanksgiving Decorating Ideas.