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Thanksgiving Centerpiece Designs

You've planned out the menu and all of your loved ones are invited. Preparations for the most highly anticipated meal of the year are underway. This time spent with family and friends is memorable and special, and gathering at the holiday table hearkens back to the spirit of the very first Thanksgiving Day. With all the major decisions made, have you considered your Thanksgiving decor? For over 130 years, Walter Knoll Florist  has been designing beautiful bouquets and fresh floral arrangements for the St. Louis community - and this year, we'd love to be a part of your tradition. When it comes to choosing a Thanksgiving centerpiece that will greet your guests with inviting hospitality, we are your local source. Is it time to update your decor? The floral designers at Walter Knoll Florist have created the perfect centerpiece no matter your style. Our classic cornucopia designs invoke the abundant symbolism of the horn-of-plenty to create a gorgeous arrangement spilling over with roses, lilies, mums, and even lotus pods. These flowers are appropriate for a centerpiece, a buffet table decoration, or even to welcome guests at the front entrance of your home. Bouquets of fresh seasonal flowers are the choice of many who prefer a simpler approach to the Thanksgiving centerpiece. These arrangements also make wonderful hostess gifts if you will be visiting someone else's home. Read More about Thanksgiving Centerpiece Designs »
Posted by wkf on November 16, 2016 | Last Updated: October 16, 2020 Thanksgiving

A Saint Louis Thanksgiving Tradition

This is a favorite time of the year for many people. With the weather cooling off, the landscape changing, and family and friends preparing for the holiday season - autumn is truly a special time. We love the vivid colors of fall - the reds, oranges, and golds are rich and luxurious and give off an inviting air. At Walter Knoll Florist, we have been decorating St. Louis homes with the magic of Thanksgiving tradition for over 130 years. Read More about A Saint Louis Thanksgiving Tradition »
Posted by wkf on October 30, 2016 | Last Updated: October 16, 2020 Thanksgiving