10 Creative Thanksgiving Decoration Ideas for Your Yard
As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s the perfect time to decorate your yard in autumn colors. Create an autumn-inspired yard to rejoice in the thankful spirit of the festival. You can use creative and cool ideas for easy fall decorations for your yard. Using natural elements will add to the natural beauty of your yard.
Here are 10 Thanksgiving decoration ideas for your yard:
- Use Flowers
You can use fall plants like mums and gerbera daisies. Make arrangements with asters, sedum, and salvia. Use a few pumpkins or gourds and add some grape vines to decorate your porch railings.
- Place Pumpkins and Gourds
Bring a bit of country to your yard! Place pumpkins and gourds on your porch, alongside a happy scarecrow or hay bales.
- Flat Rocks
Create a small maze using flat rocks, corn stalks and hay bales. You can paint the rocks in orange, red and yellow to match the seasonal colors of your yard.
- Arrange Straw Bales
You easily get straw bales by this time of the year. Arrange them to create a seating area or use them as a backdrop of flowers. Put a few into a wheelbarrow or arrange them in the scarecrow.
- Decorate with Corn Husks
Gather corn husks and tie them together to use them in pumpkin and gourd arrangements. Make a garland by intertwining them with flowers and grapevines and decorate your porch rails.
Place a scarecrow to add a focal point to your Thanksgiving décor. You can make it look friendly, cheerful or slightly scary. Add hay bales, pumpkins, flowers and other natural elements to complete your scarecrow.
- Autumn-Inspired Wreath
Fall wreaths are prefect to set a welcoming tone in your yard. Made with corn husks, leaves, mums, twigs and other natural elements, they will create a spectacular look in your yard.
- Decorative Lights
Add a string of decorative lights to your porch railings and illuminate your yard for the Thanksgiving night.
- Pumpkin Wheelbarrow
Fill a wooden wheelbarrow with pumpkins, gourds, dried leaves to make a beautiful entryway in your yard. Use a variety of colors to capture the essence of the fall. You can also place a “Welcome” message on it to welcome your family and friends.
- Faux Pumpkins Add fun to your front porch by using faux pumpkins. They can last from Thanksgiving to Christmas and can even be used several years in a row. You just have to arrange them in different beautiful ways.
Now it’s time to decorate your yard and get into the festive spirit!