Send yourself a centerpiece for Thanksgiving, and your table will be gorgeous even before you set it. With so much to do before saying, “Pass the gravy,” why not outsource a task to the pros? It lets you cross something off that list and relax into the joy of the holiday even more. Whether you like a formal scheme or a friendly farm-table vibe, you’ll find creative options for every taste — just a click from your doorstep. There’s still time to order! Our picks, below.
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A low arrangement is easy to converse over. This generous centerpiece, with sunflowers, roses, baby cabbages, and more, is so colorful that it makes the rest of the table easy. All it needs is a solid tablecloth and simple white dish ware. Feel free to swap out the tapers for white, if that works better with your overall color scheme.
You don’t have to worry about making the rest of the house perfect if you can wow guests upon entry. This spectacular arrangement in your entryway or living room is like a fabulous opening number in a Broadway musical. Transfer to the dining room sideboard during dinner.
Sunflowers add smiles to your table. These broad blooms beam in all directions (while a bit of well-placed lily grass softens their edges). Simple, cheerful and ideal with both modern dish ware and traditional china. If you have a really long table and want to take things up a notch, invest in two of these arrangements — one for either side of the turkey.
Spring in fall
The thrill of tulips in autumn makes this unfussy, softly scented arrangement a delight on your Thanksgiving table. And there’s a bonus: The gilded vase stays with you as a perfect pillar candle holder long after these beauties are gone.
A perfect hostess gift (or present to yourself!), this not-too-big bouquet has serious leave-behind value. It’s set in a top-shelf ceramic casserole by the Pennsylvania-based company Pfaltzgraff.
Day of the roses
The glamour of roses meets a palette appropriate to the season. Use these beautiful blooms’ full stems, if you like, or cut short and cluster tightly in three matching low vessels — spaced equidistant along the center of the table. Instant (and easy) elegance.
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