If you can get to the grocery and grab a bag of apples, it’s not too late to create a really pretty centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table.
Julie’s centerpiece just requires fruit, a pretty tray and some clippings from your yard.
In Jenny’s centerpiece, some tea light candles make the table feel extra special.
It doesn’t get much easier than this. Grab a pretty bowl, a pillar candle and fill in with apples. (If you don’t have moss on hand, some pretty clippings from a boxwood or other evergreen would work.)
I hope everyone has a happy Thanksgiving. I’m especially grateful for those of you who read my blog faithfully, share kind thoughts and take the time to send me encouraging words from time to time. You all are the best :)
Mary Beth says
Grabbing greens from the yard, fruit from the fridge, and gram’s old tray to set a holiday table is the best! Happy Thanksgiving :)
Thank you for this post! I wasn’t sure what I was going to do for a centerpiece, so the timing was perfect and I loved how my table looked :).
Whitney Shortt says
Love this post! I’m always arranging fruit around our apartment as a budget friendly way to add some color and interest.