Thanksgiving Garland & Candle Centerpiece

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This year’s Thanksgiving Table decor is one of my favorites. Seasonal, traditional, and incredibly versatile; this look could work for a Fall or Holiday Dinner Party, Thanksgiving, and even Christmas. I also love that using faux garlands rather than fresh flowers adds the perk of longevity… yep, I am planning to keep this set for weeks! I am excited to share how I created this beautiful display below.

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I started by placing a tablecloth on my table {this one is the Baressa Tablecloth by Sferra}. Next up I placed various height candles down the center of the table {mine are Pillar Candles from Pottery Barn, three large, three medium, and eight small}. I actually mixed and matched some off-white and white candles because they blend when adding in the rest, so don’t feel the need to be matchy matchy, use what you have at home! Next I interspersed white pumpkins throughout, some of which were minis from Trader Joes and others were faux from Target or Homegoods. I placed the bigger more towards the center, the smaller around the perimeter.

I found beautiful calligraphy candles that read “Blessed” and “Choose Joy” at PCB Home {so gorgeous, right!!}, so I placed them at the front of my table, so guests would see them right when entering the room. Then I laid two faux garlands on either side of the display, connecting them with a wire at the ends to hold in place, slightly bending and shaping. Lastly, I sprinkled in pinecones to any of the missing gaps where you could see white tablecloth. After the runner was adjusted, I added plates, glasses, etc. *One Tip: Take a seat in each chair and take in your view… make sure you see a mixture of candle, pinecones, and garland from each seat and that the largest candles which are hard to see through, are placed in between settings!

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Some easy swaps to make this Holiday themed would be to choose candles in silver or gold, and to sprinkle ornaments throughout the garlands! I will be sharing the remainder of this Thanksgiving spread on the blog soon. Shop everything you need to bring this to life below!

Create this DIY centerpiece:

Photography by Yesi of Simply Lively

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  1. Those candles are picture perfect!

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