Bagoy’s Florist & Home is serving up some classic Thanksgiving centerpiece looks for your table. We love one in particular for the unexpected twist it offers, a little update to traditional centerpiece styling. And in fact, Thanksgiving itself is experiencing a bit of a reinvention these days. As one of our most cherished holidays, we don’t do too much variation on the theme. But with the addition of Friendsgiving, tons of new takes on classic Thanksgiving dishes and more people than ever going the catering route, Thanksgiving has evolved, too.
Which is why we love the idea of gracing your table with something like Pheasant Hills, a design that includes feathers along with a healthy mix of greenery and some of the season’s standout flowers. This piece is bright but still full of autumnal appeal, with a shape that fits the bill. There’s a sense of lush abundance, but nothing that would overwhelm the table. One way to ensure that you have plenty of space for a centerpiece and other decor items is to do a run through dinner before the actual dinner. Put out your serveware and place settings, including things like napkins and seating cards, a day or two before Thanksgiving to see how much space you have left. Give everyone plenty of room to pass plates and access platters of food. This is a great way to confirm that your centerpiece will fit your table arrangement.
However you do Thanksgiving, put something remarkable at its center.