Pretty Thanksgiving Flowers and Plants to Send Your Loved Ones
Gift your loved ones near or far a beautiful Thanksgiving flowers or centerpieces.
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Who wouldn’t love a fall wreath to hang above their mantle or on the front porch? William Sonoma’s mini pumpkin wreath is adorned with berries, bright green leaves, dried flowers and other natural trinkets. This seasonal wreath is handcrafted from a family-owned farm in Northern California.
For the boho Thanksgiving hostess with the mostest! Pampas grass, dried flowers, palms and eucalyptus are all nestled together in this dried bundle. You can purchase a vase with this bouquet—making it easy to send to out-of-towners to remind them you’re thinking about them!
It’s not Thanksgiving without a cornucopia on the table. Tucked inside this wicker cornucopia is an abundant amount of fall goodies like fir, cedar leaves and even an air-dried lotus flower. This gift doubles as a Thanksgiving dinner centerpiece. (Here are some other Thanksgiving table ideas.)
This over-the-top Thanksgiving flower centerpiece makes a statement. It wows with its overflowing autumnal pieces like gourds, corn and pheasant feathers. We love the gorgeous gold bowl that this arrangement billows out of.
If you’re unsure of which Thanksgiving flower arrangement to choose, going with a neutral pick is a safe option. Dried Sumbawa grass‘ silvery coloring makes it usable all year long, too. Sumbawa grass pairs stunningly with other dried and fresh flowers. It’ll take any display to the next level.
Pumpkins + succulents?! Name a better combination…I’ll wait. And better yet, your giftee can save their succulent plants once the pumpkin starts to deteriorate (and place them in one of these cute succulent planters). No two pumpkin succulents are made exactly the same. It’s a one-of-a-kind centerpiece!
Bring the beauty of nature into their home with this fallen leaves bunch. The eucalyptus will make their home smell fresh and clean, too. Each bundle comes wrapped in ready-to-gift kraft paper all tied together with a twine ribbon. If you’re crafty, you could DIY this fall centerpiece idea.
Gift them a gift that keeps on giving, like a kumquat tree. They can use their fruit to make homemade marmalade or cranberry-kumquat sauce for Thanksgiving dinner. Kumquats mature during the winter season so they’ll be able to enjoy the fruits of their labor right away.
Hello, farmhouse! Every aspiring Joanna Gaines needs this wheat stack in their kitchen, dining room or living room this Thanksgiving. The burlap and plaid ribbon give this display a charming touch.
Yep, you read that right. This right here is a wooden flower centerpiece that they can bring out for years to come. The flowers are hand-carved from both sola and balsa wood and paired with dried flowers and preserved eucalyptus. There’s no upkeep on this “plant!”
Sure, there are ways to change the color of hydrangeas to pink, purple or blue during peak gardening season, but orange hydrangeas sit pretty all autumn long. How do they get their color? This Etsy seller personally preserves and hand-dyes each flower to get their amber coloring. These preserved hydrangeas will last for years.
This dried orange bouquet will bring a smile across your gift recipient’s face. It’s perfectly seasonal and will make any home feel warm and cozy. It’s got a little bit of everything and varies in texture—from candied oranges to dried flowers.