Style Secrets: 4 Ways to Create Long & Low Thanksgiving Centerpieces

Style Secrets: 4 Ways to Create Long & Low Thanksgiving Centerpieces

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Dabney Frake
Nov 19, 2014
(Image credit: Style Me Pretty)

I am largely clueless when it comes to flowers, and only more clueless when it comes to arranging them. So I have crazy respect for people that can combine all that shape, color, and texture together in a vase to create masterful displays of nature that still look effortless. I could learn a thing or two with these five tutorials, which break down the process, and show us mere mortals how it’s done.

The benefit of all of these is that they are long and low— which means your conversation across the dinner table won't be thwarted by tons of flowers and greenery.

Above, a happy red and pink arrangement by Foret Design, as seen on Style Me Pretty.

(Image credit: SB Chic)

SB Chic combined persimmons with other organic materials to create this rustic and beautiful centerpiece.

(Image credit: Tess Wilson)

Last year, Tess Wilson showed us how to create this lush centerpiece that's low enough not to prohibit table conversation.

(Image credit: Hello Natural)

Forage around to come up with the ingredients for your Thanksgiving decorations. Hello Natural shows you how to combine them to make a bountiful-looking display.

(Image credit: Green Wedding Shoes)

Green Wedding Shoes shared this asymmetrical floral design filled with roses and gladiolus. An glass ice bucket is used for the vase.

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