10 Ways To Dress Up Your Flower Bouquets For Thanksgiving

Have you considered a pumpkin vase?

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If you're looking for a good hostess gift or need a last-minute Thanksgiving centerpiece, flowers are usually the answer. But basic blooms don't always feel festive enough for a holiday, so before you go out and buy a random bouquet from the store, let these gorg flower arrangements inspire you. No boring bouquets allowed!

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1 Pump(kin) It Up
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Put neutral colored blooms in a pumpkin vase and it instantly becomes a stunning Thanksgiving centerpiece.

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2 Purple People Eater
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Play on fall's darker hues with a bouquet in varying shades of purple.

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3 Pom Pom
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Pomegranates are not just an automatic indicator of fall. They also add a bright pop of color to a leafy green bouquet.

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4 Give Us All The Color
fall flowers in a pumpkin
Raymond Hom

A colorful bouquet—ranunculus, billy buttons, and ferns—needs a neutral vase. Opt for a white pumpkin and live your most fall life.

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5 Bold, Bright, and Beautiful
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There's a time and place for understated, but a celebration is not one of them. Combine bold florals in orange, pink, and yellow tones.

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More: 30 Pretty Ideas for Fall Flower Arrangements and Centerpieces

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6 Sunflower Power
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Arrange them in a pumpkin and the summer flower is Thanksgiving ready.

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7 Berry Berry Good
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An easy way to dress up a bouquet for the holidays? Add berries.

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8 A Rosy Palette
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Apricot-colored roses (which almost have an ombre effect) look fall-ready with apples, mums, and colorful foliage to match.

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9 Fruit Loop
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Pam Zsori

Roses look gorg year-round, but a few seasonal touches don't hurt. Add McIntosh apples and gray brunia — those pretty silvery berries — for an unexpected twist.

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10 Gourdeous
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Yellow and orange blooms blend with a pumpkin vase. For height and a little extra drama, add twigs in the center.

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