Blue isn’t a typical color for Thanksgiving decor, but adding a few accents of blue will make your table very original and refreshing. Blue goes very well with copper, white, gold and orange and makes the table decorations look fresh and bright. It is not necessary to do everything in blue. Just take a tablecloth and napkins or napkins and a table runner and maybe a couple of plates or glasses. Spray the pumpkins with blue paint, add blue flowers and other accessories to make the table more original. We’ve rounded up some more ideas below so you can get inspired, take a look, and choose options that suit you.
Blue Thanksgiving decor
How do I add blues to your Thanksgiving decor? It’s very easy – get some blue pumpkins – buy ready-made ones or just paint the ones you like. For example, try artificial pumpkins made of plastic or fabric that last a long time. You can opt for vegetables and fruits painted blue to create bold Thanksgiving centerpieces, use banners, bunting, and garlands, or add blue covers and pillows to the chairs and armchairs.
Blue Thanksgiving table landscapes
Now let’s take a look at who should spice up your Thanksgiving table setting with blues that contrasts traditional earth tones wonderfully or stands out from neutral tones. Opt for blue textiles – table runners, tablecloths, and napkins – or try blue china and chargers by adding bold blue glasses and candles to the candle holders. Blue flowers with lots of green make lovely and chic centerpieces for Thanksgiving.