How to Decorate for Thanksgiving

By Todd McBride on November 24, 2014 in Holidays. 0 Comments

Thanksgiving is on the way, andshutterstock_223853083 we know that you’re busy trying to make your home warm and inviting for your holiday feast. As you’re decorating, don’t forget to add an extra touch of warmth with flowers. Billy Heroman’s has a fine selection of Thanksgiving-inspired arrangements that will look lovely as centerpieces or on your mantel!

Spice Up the Feast with Gerbera Daisies

What makes gerbera daisies special is the wide variety of colors. Around Thanksgiving, choose harvest-inspired gerberas to add a cheerful touch of color to your dinner table. Our “Fall Gerbera Daisies” arrangement has a mixture of dark red, orange and yellow gerberas, and it is accented with beautiful fall leaves. Place this bouquet anywhere in your home, and it will soon become the center of attention!

Celebrate the Bounty with Bold Sunflowerszoom_59755101583abdcd26d7o-14082752410

One of the most traditional harvest flowers is the sunflower. The bright yellow of these large blooms brings warmth and life to your Thanksgiving table like no other flower. There are several ways you can use sunflowers. Try a simple basket of sunflowers to add a ray of sunshine to your festivities.

You can also choose the “Fall Sunflower Bouquet.” Accented with red berries, orange flowers and plenty of greenery, this adorable arrangement is the perfect way to celebrate the harvest. And if you’re looking for something to make your Thanksgiving feast look even more delicious, you can’t go wrong with our fall- centerpiece. Sunflowers take center stage against a backdrop of harvest-colored roses, mums, orchids, berries and more.

Potted plants are another great way to accent your decor for Thanksgiving, and we have no shortage of colorful fall plants. Mums are the traditional choice, and they are available in a range of harvest colors, including bronze, yellow and purple.

You can also take your decor in a unique direction with crotons. These wonderful plants have variegated leaves in shades of green, yellow, orange and red. Your options include a single large croton, which makes a stunning display by itself, or a smaller croton in a European garden with bromeliads and other greenery.

Fresh flowers and potted plants are the perfect way to give your home a bountiful look as you celebrate Thanksgiving and the harvest season. Stop in at one of our three locations to see even more fall-inspired flowers and plants. However you choose to decorate this Thanksgiving, Billy Heroman’s wishes you a warm and wonderful holiday season!

 

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