Easy Thanksgiving Centerpiece Designs

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the Holiday Season where the focus is on food, family and friends. As we gather to celebrate our family traditions here are a few easy, on trend holiday centerpiece tips.

Metallic is very hot in fashion right now! As it influences home decor, you will see gold, silver and copper trickle into more accent pieces.  Spray natural or faux pumpkins, gourds and pine cones with Gold Medal finish by Design Master paint. Accent with gold berry sprays and votive candles to add holiday luster for your Thanksgiving table.

 

Monochromatic designs in orange are a bold way to celebrate the Holiday. Autumn shades are traditionally expressed in a combination of orange, gold and red tones. Designing with several shades of the same color provides a dynamic and fresh statement. Accent with kale, succulents and fresh orange produce for the perfect harvest table.

 

White is right …for the Holidays, when you provide the best setting. If you’re a fan of black and white, don’t be afraid of using your go to colors for the holiday. Arrange your favorite votive candles and small accent pieces with a few all white bouquets and touches of grey. A geometric or chevron table runner can really add to this show stopping and elegant table design.

 

Large single blooms such as sunflowers provide the perfect focal flower for  your Thanksgiving table. Arrange in small pots that offer dual use for place cards and favors for your guests to take home. Depending on your decor, you could dress these up in ceramic pots or small glass cubes for a more sophisticated look or keep it rustic chic in metal or clay.

This post is also featured in Democrat & Chronicle’s herRochester blog! Check it out here: http://blogs.democratandchronicle.com/her-community/?p=16168

Talk About Eileen

Eileen is a Fairport native, and full time college student at Nazareth college. Working full time this summer and part time when she is in school, Eileen is our go to girl for anything from conditioning new flowers to assisting designers with prep work for holidays, large events or weddings. You may see her out on events with our Wedding Team providing installations of beautiful flowers. Her photography skills, known to those who follow her on Instagram, have greatly enhanced the quality of our photos and social media postings. Eileen is also known for grabbing stray flower blossoms and adding them to her long hair while working at the shop.

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{1} What is your floral industry background? Before starting here, I had no floral industry background. I just thought flowers were pretty to look at and smelled nice.

{2} How long have you worked at Rockcastle Florist? About 5 months now.

{3} What is the most memorable order you have worked on at Rockcastle? The first wedding I serviced has been the most memorable. I absolutely loved setting up all of the centerpieces and being able to give the bride her bouquet. I love it more and more every time.

{4} What is your favorite flower? Sunflowers are my favorite.

{5} What inspires you in the industry? Nature, and all of the gorgeous sights & flowers I see while hiking.

{6} Tell us a random fact about you: I lived in Chile and traveled around South America for 10 months after graduating high school.