Fifteen different DIY ideas that you can create for your Thanksgiving party. There is something here for everyone.
If you’re like me, you are probably starting to think about your Thanksgiving party menu and decorations. So why not try some easy DIY ideas to make your party stand out? From centerpieces to place settings, I’ve got you covered.
I am joining 14 of my creative friends brought together by Rachel @thepondsfarmhouse to share our Thanksgiving inspirations with you. I cannot wait to see what you come up with for your Thanksgiving party after seeing all of this beauty.
Don’t forget to click on the blue links to check out all of our Thanksgiving Party blog posts.
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Let’s Get This Thanksgiving Party Started!
First up is my friend Rachel from The Ponds Farm House. She is sharing A Fall Centerpiece perfect for your Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving Dining Table. It combines DIY and Vintage pieces for a unique table arrangement.
Don’t you love those paper leaves? Well, Rachel will show you exactly how you can make them.
Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and celebrate with friends and family.
One of my favorite traditions is decorating my Thanksgiving table with my homemade cornucopia. First, I created this basket out of chicken wire, burlap, and rope. Next, I filled the basket with pumpkins, gourds, feathers, and flowers.
It’s a beautiful decoration that always gets me in the Thanksgiving spirit.
Next up is my friend Heidi @eleanorrosehome. You will be sure to wow your guests this Thanksgiving with an elegant, easy-to-make pumpkin centerpiece utilizing a real heirloom pumpkin and fresh seasonal florals.
And the best part of her blog post is where she shares how you can make this beautiful arrangement yourself.
Feeling Inspired Yet for your Thanksgiving Party?
Kristin @whitearrowshome lives in the most fantastic log cabin and shares some of her family Thanksgiving traditions with us that we could incorporate into our Thanksgiving Party.
Kristin has many great ways to create memories with your family to share with you. You will love reading her posts about movie night, football, and how her family has enjoyed this beautiful day for years.
If you have not yet met my friend Jen @tatertotsandjello, you must check this out.
Jen will teach you how to create a warm and inviting Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving table by making a DIY table runner, pillows, and a beautiful footed bowl centerpiece filled with textured, fabric-covered pumpkins and leaves.
Don’t you love all the texture in this beautiful room? Check out that wall decor. Just gorgeous!
Let me introduce my friends Ann and AnnMarie @simply2moms. They have the cutest story.
These two are best friends and neighbors that started this fabulous blog. Today they are sharing how to create a simple rustic centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table this year. A pretty neutral style can be used for the entire autumn season.
If you love a neutral Pallete, you must see this.
Simple Thanksgiving Party Ideas
Speaking of a Neutral Pallete, look how beautiful this dining room from KariAnne @Thistlwoodfarms is.
As you know, blue is my favorite color. So, I will be heading to KariaAnn’s for Thanksgiving. Who is coming with me?
Karianne will also show you how to add a little blue and white to your pumpkins. Tons of simple ideas to make your holiday celebrations a little easier.
Meet my second friend named Jen ( I have three friends named Jen, I’m a lucky girl) from @midwestlifeandstyle
You will be sure to wow, your family and friends with this simple and beautiful DIY artichoke and magnolia centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table.
What is not to love about this image? A dough bowl, fresh greens, artichokes, and gorgeous candles.
How About Some Farmhouse Thanksgiving Party Inspiration
This gorgeous table is from my friend Robyn @robynsfrenchnest
If you are hosting Thanksgiving this year, Robyn shares some great tips for hosting a large gathering with budget-friendly Thanksgiving table elements.
In addition, Robyn also tells us what pieces we can gather from around the home – such as autumn leaves or perhaps an old frame–to pull your table together.
Cindy @DIYbeautify shares easy tips to set a memorable Thanksgiving table with printable place-setting cards that can double as a gratitude garland. The use of blue, white, and copper are perfect for the fall season and the sweet touch of ” live thankfully” napkins.
Meet my creative friend Jennifer@cottageonbunkerhill
Do you love the look of dried wheat?
I sure do, and I adore the natural color. Isn’t it pretty? Jen came up with an exciting way to use it in her Fall decorating.
This is the perfect idea for your traditional Thanksgiving table. Let her show you how she made it. You just may be surprised.
More Thanksgiving Party Inspiration to be Experienced.
I am grateful to my friend Stacy Ling @bricknblooms who will keep us all organized for Thanksgiving this year.
If you are hosting your own Thanksgiving dinner, you don’t want to miss these nine simple tips for hosting the best Thanksgiving dinner.
If you are not hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year, read the end of her post for thoughtful hostess gift ideas.
Isn’t this table gorgeous? Renae @peacockridgefarm always creates the most beautiful tables.
If you’re not sure how to create the perfect table for your Thanksgiving celebration, don’t worry. We’re here to help.
Renae will give you tips on decorating your table for Thanksgiving. Click through and read her blog post, which provides step-by-step instructions on creating a beautiful table.
More Thanksgiving Table Decor
My friend Ann @dabblinganddecorating has decked her Thanksgiving table with such beautiful vintage brown transferware. (I am just a little jealous) And look at that mantel.
You will love Ann’s simple Thanksgiving decorating ideas, and she will share a few tips and trips to help get you started!
If only I lived closer, I would love to visit the thrift store with Ann.
Do you love a touch of color with your Thanksgiving? I sure do. Mary @lifeatbellaterra has added these gorgeous hues of pink and purple to her Thanksgiving table. Mary’s magnificent mantel is a site to see.
Mary’s post is full of Thanksgiving ideas -from space planning to table design, setup, place settings, and unique centerpieces.
Thanksgiving is almost here! I hope you’re having a wonderful time planning your menu and deciding what to serve at this year’s feast. From centerpieces to side dishes… there are many ways of making Thanksgiving unique for your friends and family.
Happy Almost Thanksgiving.
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