An easy way to take your Thanksgiving decor to the next level is by incorporating harvest-themed flowers. The colors, fragrances, and beauty of the flowers can make any buffet table look like it was composed by Ms. Martha Stewart herself. Let's take a look at the different styles available; try to imagine each of these on your holiday table.
How gorgeous is this beautiful cornucopia design above? Wouldn't you love it adorning your holiday buffet table, or even as a centerpiece? It's rustic fall leaves mixed with deep red flowers and orange mums are enough to dazzle any Thanksgiving guest.
The cornucopia has an incredibly interesting history itself, dating back long before our current Thanksgiving holiday. The word 'cornucopia' actually dates back to the 5th century BC. It derives from two Latin words: "cornu," meaning horn (as in the name of that one-horned creature, the "unicorn") and "copia," meaning plenty (a relative of such words as "copious" and "copy"). Read all about thehistory of the cornucopia here.