Livingston gussies up her favorite, bright-red fall berries by combining them with deep-red peony blossoms, pink-orange roses, and green-lipped parrot tulips.
Brown-olive oak leaves mingle with dried hydrangea, rosy calla lilies, magnolia leaves, and bittersweet in this elaborate arrangement by Mayer.
Mayer mingles bittersweet, mushrooms, and moss in this artful, forest-inspired arrangement.
Mayer arranged simple, orange flowers in a sleek, modern vase, then gave them an organic, seasonal feel by adding a branch of aromatic branch of rosemary.
Inspired by a nest, Heather Christo married greens, chrysanthemums, and miniature birds in this arrangement for her Thanksgiving table last year.
When attached to a slim wooden stick, miniature white pumpkins add a festive, fall feel to Livingston's clean and simple arrangement of green hydrangeas with white roses.
These bright-faced flowers are an easy way to add a burst of color to any table, especially when paired with a scattering of squashes, like Livingston did here.
Another way Livingston adds a festive, fall feel to the table is by combining sprigs of wheat along with greens and roses, left.
A simple stroll through your neighborhood grocery store can inspire your arrangements. For example, consider the greens and fruits used along with astilbe, at left, like Smith did here.
Have a feathered turkey you can't imagine not using in your décor? Combine it with a scattering of golden pears, Asiatic lilies, and herbs, like Smith did here.
Can't place a pumpkin in your arrangement? Then carve one out, just like you did at Halloween, and fill it with Oasis or a mason jar, then add the flowers for a seasonally approapriate alternative to a traditional vase.