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Bring Autumn to Your Front Yard with Outdoor Thanksgiving Decorations

Thanksgiving is typically a holiday spent indoors, huddled around your dining room table with family – but why not take the celebration outdoors as well? Outdoor Thanksgiving decorations let you proclaim to the whole world just how thankful you are. From wreaths to yard signs to lanterns, the following Thanksgiving decoration ideas for outdoor spaces can make your home the neighborhood Thanksgiving hotspot.

Types of Outdoor Decor for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving outdoor decor comes in a wide range of styles, but perhaps the most popular is the door wreath. Thanksgiving wreaths typically use a wide variety of fall foliage such as red and yellow leaves, harvest mums, pale hydrangea blooms, and autumnal berries and cones to create a vibrant, warming arrangement. You can also find matching garland that you can wrap around the porch and stair railways.

Porch boards are another common type of decor. These are long signs that you typically lean against the siding on your front porch, next to your door. They can offer welcoming sentiments paired with pumpkins, leaves, and other theme-appropriate images.

Don’t forget about lighting! Daylight comes at a premium in the fall, so make sure your porch is well-lit with solar lanterns or rustic wall sconces. These can turn the ambiance from zero to 100 real quick. Hang them on either side of your door so guests can see where they’re going.

Floor mats are important as well, as they’re one of the first things a visitor will see when they enter your home. Get a welcome mat that’s both inviting and festive to maximize your aesthetic.

After you’ve solidified your front yard Thanksgiving decorations, remember to spruce up your interior as well! Thanksgiving indoor decor can make your home warm and cozy – so much so that your guests might not want to leave when the meal is done!

When Should I Put Up Outdoor Decorations for Thanksgiving?

You don’t want to put up your front yard Thanksgiving outdoor decorations too early – after all, Halloween is just a few weeks prior. That said, you can probably start putting up basic fall decor, like autumn wreaths, at the beginning of October. Then, for truly Thanksgiving-related decor, like turkeys and cornucopias, stick with the beginning of November. That way, you can still maximize the celebrations without skipping the fun of Halloween decor.

Keep in mind – Thanksgiving outdoor decor is just one piece of the puzzle. Make sure you’re all prepped and ready to go for your big Thanksgiving Day when you shop all of our Thanksgiving essentials.