Decoration Ideas

A feast for all the senses: Thanksgiving decoration


Thanksgiving is not a targeted holiday in our region, but this festival is largely celebrated as a Thanksgiving, especially in America. Traditionally, Thanksgiving is celebrated in the fall after the harvest has been brought in to thank God for these gifts. Thanksgiving had a high priority in society even in pre-Christian times. The Catholic Church, however, first mentioned this festivity in the 3rd century.

However, awareness of the environment and oneself is extremely important, especially in today’s era of consumption. Just relax, appreciate the food and say thank you – Thanksgiving is anything but a church “holiday”.

Bring yourself and your loved ones in the right mood and give your four walls an authentic autumn thanks to the cozy cosiness and warmth.

This is how Thanksgiving Deco looks like

Side table with autumn decorations with white pumpkins and tea lights

Everything that is autumnal is allowed for Thanksgiving! From materials to colors to various types of fruit and vegetables – autumn decorations create the right mood.

If you like it simple and modern, then natural tones are great! Because brown, white, cream, green and gray let autumn move into your four walls. With a bright orange or a bright red you set color highlights.

Wheat, pumpkin, apples, leaves – plunder the vegetable department in the supermarket! This gives your Thanksgiving festival decoration more charm and character.

Round off the look with natural materials such as wood, linen and cotton. In addition, you can simply keep your eyes open during the next walk in the forest and collect pine cones, moss, chestnuts or acorns for your decoration.

Decoration & more: This is on the table for Thanksgiving

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