|(photo: Hudson Grows)
Thanksgiving centerpieces are a wonderful touch for the holidays. They come in a variety of sizes and should be customized to compliment your interior. In our holiday series, “Thanksgiving Centerpieces,” we will offer simple steps to create gorgeous centerpieces.
Step One: Fall Outdoors Starting outside is one of the best ways to gather accessories. Mother Nature provides inexpensive finds from branches, to acorns, and pine cones.
Step Two: Organize Your Food Groups If you choose to incorporate fall fruits and veggies make sure they are size appropriate. Do not use a pomegranate (wider fruit) with a slender candle. Try to find pieces that are proportionate to the candles you plan to use.
(Fall Veggies) Fall vegetables offer a dominant presence and should be used moderately. Depending on the size of your display unit (eg. tray or bowl), three to four veggies will do the trick. Here are our top choices:
- Brussels Sprouts
(Fall Fruits) Fruits offer pleasant fragrance to your centerpiece. Like veggies, three to four pieces will suffice. Here are our top choices: