5 Inexpensive Ways to Decorate for Thanksgiving Dinner

Holidays usually mean family, tasty meals, and spending time together. Your trusted real estate agent in Eldon, Missouri knows how costly it can be to host a holiday dinner. Even if your guests bring side dishes, the food and paper goods needed to can quickly add up. With a number of family members in your home throughout the holiday weekend, you want your space to be welcoming and decorated nicely.  Devine & Associates have provided a few ideas to decorate your home for the upcoming holiday, without breaking the bank.


 1. Light Candles


If you already have candles on hand, light candles around your home before your guests arrive. A flickering light creates a warm, inviting space. If you are worried about a fire hazard, consider fake candles that give off the same flickering effect as a traditional candle.

2. Add Pumpkins


Whether you have uncut pumpkins on hand from Halloween or need to purchase a few, pumpkins are a festive item to bring into your home this Thanksgiving. The orange color of a pumpkin makes the perfect hue to add to your holiday gathering.

3. Create a Natural Arrangement


To decorate your space at no cost, take a trip around your yard and gather a few natural elements for your home. Twigs, pine cones, acorns, and small tree logs are easy (and FREE!) ways to decorate your home this Thanksgiving. Arrange twigs around a jar or vase and light a candle inside for a cozy display. Pine cones and acorns are easy vase fillers for the season. Drilling holes into a log make it easy to nestle in a small candle for a rustic and natural feel for your gathering.

4. Incorporate Glassware 


A glass food jar can be reused to decorate your space for your upcoming Thanksgiving dinner. Consider using wine glasses, upside down, to hold a votive candle and place a pine cone inside. A large vase can be reused to add acorns and twigs for a nice arrangement in the kitchen or living room as well.

5. Make a Centerpiece Display


A few fresh flowers can be added to a vase for a simple centerpiece or add acorns to a jar with candles on top for a festive display. Baby pumpkins can be arranged around the jar and or vase to add a Thanksgiving feel to your dining table.

Now that you know some of these low-cost ways to decorate your space, you are ready to prepare your home for the upcoming holiday meal. As your guests come into your house, you want them to feel welcome and see that you have put effort into making your home a great place for a Thanksgiving dinner. These helpful tips can help you create a beautiful ambiance around your home near Eldon, MO, without putting a strain on your wallet.


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