Create a Warm and Welcoming Memphis Home For Thanksgiving
Pugh’s Flowers has four flower shops throughout Memphis, Tennessee. Our florist locations and website are full of of flowers, plants, and curated gifts for delivery throughout the Memphis area as well across the country through our partnership with a nationwide network of florists that share our values. Thanksgiving is nearly here and it’s time to start planning how you will trim your home to welcome family members and friends for this celebration of gratitude.
Our Thanksgiving collection is now available online to help you conveniently shop for Thanksgiving centerpieces, bouquets, wreaths and garlands, and more. Here is how to make every part of your home warm and festive during this special occasion where we all give thanks for the abundance in our lives.
Cornucopias and Centerpieces
The cornucopia, or horn of plenty, is an easily recognized symbol of Thanksgiving, including the harvest and reminder that we are rich in blessings. It makes a beautiful centerpiece filled with fresh flowers and fruit or alternatively with silk flowers and greenery as well as faux fruit.
There are many other types of centerpiece designs you can also display on your Thanksgiving table, coffee table, and/or buffet table. Be sure to match the centerpiece to your style and decor as well as ensure it’s aligned to the size and shape of the table. You can go with many design preferences, such as more traditional with candles, more formal with a pedestal bowl as a container, or more rustic with a pitcher or basket full of flowers.
Pumpkins are another recognizable symbol of this fall holiday. You can use a real or ceramic pumpkin for a bouquet of flowers or fall accents. Alternatively, you can use miniature pumpkins and other gourds to enhance a fall flower arrangement. These floral displays make a nice touch for a foyer, guest room, or family room or work well as a special gift for your Thanksgiving host should you be traveling elsewhere for your celebratory meal.
Wreaths and Garlands
These natural displays don’t have to be just for Christmas. Why not take fall flowers, greenery, and accents and turn them into welcoming wreaths for the front door as well as garlands for the stair rails and fireplace mantel? The garlands also are a nice touch for a buffet table.
Place your Thanksgiving order today to cross it off your to-do list!