Here are some centerpiece ideas for your thanksgiving whether your taste is traditional or modern. Put vintage pieces to work; a wood trencher or an old dough bowl makes a great low centerpiece that us so trendy, rustic look. You can also fill it with seasonal pumpkins, pine cones, gourds and flowering branches. Besides its best look, this kind of centerpiece is also easy and on a budget.
If your centerpiece consists of more than one arrangement, embrace symmetry. For example, you can create a centerpiece with two stacked plates in the center flanked by two slightly shorter floral arrangements in white stoneware pitchers that have a similar shape but aren’t too matching. Make an edible bread cornucopia using refrigerated bread doughy, aluminum foil and a single egg and fill with sweet and savory nibbles for impressive centerpiece that will keep your family and guests happily munching while waiting for the dinner. Have a look at these 55 thanksgiving centerpiece below for you who are on a budget.