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Posted by Grace Bjornstad on November 16, 2016 | Last Updated: February 16, 2022 Thanksgiving

Celebrations and Centerpieces for Thanksgiving

If you are like many of us, you drag out the same box of decorations every holiday. You know exactly where every piece goes year after year – after all, it’s tradition! But this year, the floral designers at Mission Viejo Florist have an alternate suggestion. Update your decor and add life to the celebrations by transforming your home and holiday table with exquisite fresh flowers and centerpieces. Casual to elegant, traditional to contemporary  – we have the perfect holiday options for you.

There is nothing more classic than a cornucopia of flowers – in fact, the “horn of plenty” has been synonymous with abundance for centuries. But this traditional Thanksgiving symbol has a modern twist, filled to overflowing with lilies, daisies, roses, and lotus pods! These arrangements are great for use as centerpieces, but also work well on entrance tables or china buffets.


Extend a warm welcome to your guests  with this country basket spilling over with classic fall blooms, such as asters and daisies. The rustic container and background foliage make this centerpiece a causally beautiful addition to your decor or table.

If the nostalgia of tradition is more your style, then you will love our Country Harvest centerpiece design. The classic low arrangement is comprised of various autumn asters and daisies, crowned with yellow lilies and two taper candles to illuminate the night. Your table never looked so beautiful and inviting.

It is so easy to breathe new life into your seasonal Thanksgiving decor. Simply call one of our floral designers for a consultation and we will be happy to assist you in choosing just the right florals and design for your own table or to give to your hostess. For more than 40 years, Mission Viejo Florist has been helping local families set their table with fresh flowers and we look forward to helping you begin a new tradition! Happy Thanksgiving!