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Slow Flowers: 35 Thanksgiving Centerpieces and Tabletop Floral Ideas

Thanksgiving is a time of year when the floral palette warms to earthy tones and we see the landscape as our inspiration. Here is a beautiful and highly personal collection of tabletop decor and centerpieces designed by the farmers and floral designers of the Slow Flowers Community. Learn more at slowflowerssociety.com
Project Year: 2018
Project Cost: Less than $1,000
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Copper cachepot with foraged and cultivated autumn botanicals, including rose hips, Japanese anemone seed heads, oakleaf hydrangea foliage, hydrangea blooms, dahlias and foraged pods and stems. Designed and photographed by Debra Prinzing, Slow Flowers LLC (c) Debra Prinzing
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Fall foliage (Red oak), paired with 'Black Knight' scabiosa, 'Cafe au Lait' dahlias and miniature mums, gathered in a glazed vase for an autumn entry table. Floral design and photograph by Debra Prinzing, Slow Flowers LLC (c) Debra Prinzing.
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Farmer-florist Linda Doan of Aunt Willie's Wildflowers in Blountville, Tennessee, grew all of the flowers and foliages for this beautiful, seasonal, harvest tabletop arrangement. (c) Studio 148 Photography and Design.
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Farmer-florist Linda Doan of Aunt Willie's Wildflowers in Blountville, Tennessee, grew all of the flowers and foliages for this beautiful, seasonal, harvest tabletop arrangement. (c) Studio 148 Photography and Design.
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Farmer-florist Linda Doan of Aunt Willie's Wildflowers in Blountville, Tennessee, grew all of the flowers and foliages for this beautiful, seasonal, harvest tabletop arrangement. (c) Studio 148 Photography and Design.
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A stunning fall centerpiece, grown and arranged by Eileen Tongson of Orland-based FarmGal Flowers. Fresh, seasonal ingredients include: Cafe au lait dahlias, Sebastian dahlias, orange cosmos, cockscomb celosia, Italian white sunflowers, scabiosa, zinnias, creamy yellow Dahlias, thai basil and apple mint. Design and photograph (c) FarmGal Flowers
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Hannah Morgan of Fortunate Orchard's floral arrangement featuring Caramel Antike roses from Peterkort, leucadendron from Resendiz Bros., dried foliage from Crowley House and Charles Little, strawflower from Cairn Farm, and fresh foliage & pomegranate from California -- all American-grown floral ingredients procured from the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market. Photograph (c) Fortu...More
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A lush, seasonal table runner, designed by Hannah Morgan of Fortunate Orchard, features bay and pomegranate from California, dried fern from Crowley House, ornamental corn from Raindrop Farm -- all ingredients sourced from the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market. Photo (c) Fortunate Orchard
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Portland floral artist Kailla Platt of Kailla Platt Flowers fashioned this 100-percent Oregon-grown seasonal centerpiece, featuring Sphinx and Caramel Antike Roses from Peterkort, Heirloom Mums, Marigolds, Pieris and Wigelia foliage, Sea Oat Grass, all sourced from the Oregon Flower Growers Assocation. (c) Kailla Platt photograph
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For the harvest table, a warm palette featuring Sphinx Roses from Peterkort, Heirloom Mums, Marigolds, Pieris and Wigelia foliage, Sea Oat Grass, Loosestrife foliage and Persian Carpet Zinnias. All flowers are Oregon-grown. Photograph (c) Kailla Platt Designed and photographed by Kailla Platt of Kailla Platt Flowers.
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A richly-hued table set for Thanksgiving featuring botanicals from Laughing Goat Flower Farm: Heirloom mums, artichoke, dusty miller and miniature pumpkins, with crabapples and rosehips from All My Thyme Farm. Floral design by Oak & Fig Floral Tablescape by Amy Brown, Laughing Goat Flower Farm Photography by Steve Brown
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A richly-hued table set for Thanksgiving featuring botanicals from Laughing Goat Flower Farm: Heirloom mums, artichoke, dusty miller and miniature pumpkins, with crabapples and rosehips from All My Thyme Farm. Floral design by Oak & Fig Floral Tablescape by Amy Brown, Laughing Goat Flower Farm Photography by Steve Brown
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A candlelit tablescape featuring Washington-grown flowers from Laughing Goat Farm and Oak & Fig Floral Design, including heirloom mums, pampas grass, scented geranium and passionflower vine (Laughing Goat Flower Farm) and dahlia, cosmos and miscanthus (Oak & Fig Floral Design) Floral Design by Oak & Fig Floral Tablescape by Shane of Oak & Fig Floral and Amy of Laughing Goat Flo...More
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A romantic, seasonal tablescape designed by Margaret Lloyd of Santa Barbara-based Margaret Joan Florals, with foraged botanicals, roses from Grace Rose Farm, roses and mums from Myriad Flower Farm and ranunculus from Florabundance. (c) Kadi Tobin Photography for a photo shoot at Klentner Ranch in Carpinteria. Planning by Crowned Events.
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A romantic, seasonal tablescape designed by Margaret Lloyd of Santa Barbara-based Margaret Joan Florals, with foraged botanicals, roses from Grace Rose Farm, roses and mums from Myriad Flower Farm and ranunculus from Florabundance. (c) Kadi Tobin Photography for a photoshoot at Klentner Ranch in Carpinteria. Planning by Crowned Events.
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A romantic, seasonal tablescape designed by Margaret Lloyd of Santa Barbara-based Margaret Joan Florals, with foraged botanicals, roses from Grace Rose Farm, roses and mums from Myriad Flower Farm and ranunculus from Florabundance. (c) Kadi Tobin Photography for a photoshoot at Klentner Ranch in Carpinteria, with locally-sourced food from Slate Catering. Planning by Crowned Ev...More
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Chicago floral designer Mary SImmons is committed to using local, seasonal and American-grown ingredients. For her Friendsgiving gathering, the designer created a tablescape that includes American- grown bittersweet, willow, crab apple, and huckleberry with roses, rose hips, and amaranthus. Credits: Photo: Belen Aquino Photography Katherine Brown, Clover Events William Sonoma...More
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Chicago floral designer Mary SImmons is committed to using local, seasonal and American-grown ingredients. For her Friendsgiving gathering, the designer created a tablescape that includes American- grown bittersweet, willow, crab apple, and huckleberry with roses, rose hips, and amaranthus. Credits: Photo: Belen Aquino Photography Katherine Brown, Clover Events William Sonoma...More
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Chicago floral designer Mary SImmons is committed to using local, seasonal and American-grown ingredients. For her Friendsgiving gathering, the designer created a tablescape that includes American- grown bittersweet, willow, crab apple, and huckleberry with roses, rose hips, and amaranthus. Credits: Photo: Belen Aquino Photography Katherine Brown, Clover Events William Sonoma...More
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Traditional large centerpiece, perfect for the Thanksgiving table, designed by Libby Francis Baxter of The Modest Florist. All flowers from Hendricks Flowers & Greenhouse in Lititz, PA. Boxwood in all photos from Vernon May in PA. Photo (c) The Modest Florist
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Designed by Libby Francis Baxter of The Modest Florist. She calls these decorative accents her "Cabkins" and "Kalequash", featuring decorated brassicas planted in locally-grown pumpkins and squashes. Florals include dahlias from Locust Point Flowers, with localy-foraged orange ilex. (c) The Modest Florist
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Marialuisa Kaprielian's Urban Succulents has all-things-succulent when it comes to floral design. For the Thanksgiving and Harvest table, she has created a Living Cornucopia Centerpiece. Included: • Echeverias, aloes, sticks on fire, grafted cacti, graptosedums • For florals- calandiva blooms, french marigolds • Foliage- senecios, and seeded eucalyptus. • All locally source...More
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Marialuisa Kaprielian's Urban Succulents has all-things-succulent when it comes to floral design. Here succulent Table Wreath is perfect for warm, harvest meals and includes: • A grapevine wreath from Texas • Echeverias, garpto sedums, (San Diego grown) • For foliage- senecios and sedded eucalyptus (San Diego grown) • Floral elements- french marigolds and calandiva blooms (Sa...More
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Seattle floral designer Sandy Figel of Verbena Floral Seattle set a colorful Thanksgiving table with a variety of decorative pumpkins, pressed leaves, chrysanthemums, roses and pinecones. Photo: (c) Verbena Floral Seattle
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A botanical table runner for the holidays, designed by Sandy Figel of Verbena Floral Seattle. Its elements include pepper berry, pressed leaves, seeded eucalyptus, pumpkins decorated with succulents. Photo: (c) Verbena Floral Seattle
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Sandy Figel of Verbena Floral Seattle created an abundant Thanksgiving table featuring oak leaves (Jello Mold farm), poppy pods (Foothills Flowers), leucadendron, seeded eucalyptus, feather eucalyptus and nandina foliage. Photo (c) Verbena Floral Seattle
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Low centerpiece in a windowbox fabricated from recycled barnwood. Featuring red oak foliage, green millet, 'Cafe au Lait' dahlias, 'Piano Freiland' roses and rose hips. Design by Debra Prinzing, Slow Flowers LLC (c) Debra Prinzing
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Fabulous Florals supplies American-grown botanicals to DIY floral designers, sourcing from local, California flower farms. This tabletop Cornucopia includes bronze mums, sunflowers, orange rose hips, orange spray rose, yellow spray roses, yellow daisies and orange pin cushion protea. Photo: (c) Fabulous Florals
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Fabulous Florals supplies American-grown botanicals to DIY floral designers, sourcing from local, California flower farms. This lush bouquet features orange mums, silver dollar eucalyptus, peach and cream spray roses and pepperberry. Photo: (c) Fabulous Florals
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Fabulous Florals supplies American-grown botanicals to DIY floral designers, sourcing from local, California flower farms. This seasonal centerpiece features roses, dark-centered sunflowers, red Matsumoto asters, hypericum berries, pom-pom mums, broomcorn, sea holly (Eryngium sp.), safflower, grevillea, and seeded eucalyptus and lotus pods as textural accents. Photo (c) Fabulou...More
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Farmer-florist Lisa Larsen of Sunborn Gardens in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, created a large arrangement for the Harvest Moon Dinner with Enos Farms. All the botanicals come from Sunborn Gardens's fields and greenhouses: Dahlias, Amaranth, Ornamental Peppers, silver grass, rudbeckia, zinnia, marigolds, celosia, sedum. lemon eucalyptus and snapdragons.
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Farmer-florist Lisa Larsen of Sunborn Gardens in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, created a large arrangement for the Harvest Moon Dinner with Enos Farms. All the botanicals come from Sunborn Gardens's fields and greenhouses: Dahlias, Amaranth, Ornamental Peppers, silver grass, rudbeckia, zinnia, marigolds, celosia, sedum. lemon eucalyptus and snapdragons.
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This bountiful bunch of tulips is the perfect addition to any Thanksgiving table! Featuring our best-selling Pumpkin Spice variety along with autumn hued parrot tulips and Incense Cedar, our Autumn Spirit bouquet is sure to leave you craving a second helping! This bouquet is hand-wrapped with flowers grown on our Rainforest Alliance Certified farm in Northern California. (c) St...More
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THE PSL bouquet features 12 stems of premium Pumpkin Spice Lilies. Each bouquet is hand-wrapped with flowers grown on our Rainforest Alliance Certified farm in Northern California. (c) Stargazer Barn
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Foraged, foliage, fruit and a fall palette, designed by Tammy Myers of Seattle-based First and Bloom, a floral studio focusing on 100% American-grown, local and seasonal botanicals. (c) First and Bloom
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