Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 23rd. There are only a few short weeks to go before it’s time to enjoy a special time of year with family and friends.
We’re here to help prepare your festivities with a wide range of Thanksgiving flowers, centerpieces, and bouquets that you can use to decorate your house or take as a gift to a Thanksgiving feast. You can also call us to help you send Thanksgiving flowers to those that you can’t be with over the holiday season.
Here are some ideas from our Thanksgiving flower collection:
This is a unique presentation for Thanksgiving that includes orchids, autumn roses, sunset mini calla lilies, and fall foliage in a birch-wrapped cylinder.
BOUNTIFUL AUTUMN CORNICOPIA
This is a deluxe cornucopia that features sunflowers and garden roses, autumn leaves, dried wheat, gourds, and more.
FAMILY TREASURES FALL CENTERPIECE
This is a bountiful Thanksgiving centerpiece with sunflowers, autumn roses, lilies, and candles.
AUTUMN SENSATION CENTERPIECE
This cube flower arrangement showcases favorite fall flowers and accents like garden roses, asters, autumn poms, and berries. You can opt for two, three, or more of this sweet centerpiece.
AUTUMN GARDEN GATHERING
This garden-style centerpiece has sunflowers, hydrangea, and garden roses as well as a votive candle in a glass cube.
AUTUMN CITRUS TABLE CENTERPIECE
We have numerous centerpieces for Thanksgiving to reflect different styles. This one features roses, protea, sunset safari, and seasonal accents.
This unique floral centerpiece creates a dramatic look for Thanksgiving. There are orchids, asters, roses, and hydrangea along with grapes, berries, and two burgundy pillar candles.
FRUITFUL SEASON CENTERPIECE
This flower centerpiece for Thanksgiving combines red and burgundy flowers like carnations and hydrangea with artificial apples and a pillar candle within a clear glass hurricane holder.
It’s a good idea to place your order now at our Atlanta flower shop, by phone, or through our website. That way, you can check it off your list and let us handle the rest!
Also, for your Christmas planning, poinsettias arrive on November 20th!