A fall centerpiece can be so fun to create! Between the vegetables, fruits, flowers and all the wonders of nature during this season, the ideas are boundless.
Autumn is such a fun time to decorate. The colors and their differing hues are so beautiful you just can’t go wrong. Whether you are using flowers, leaves, vegetables or other gifts from nature, your centerpiece is bound to be a stunner!
When designing, remember to tie in your fall centerpiece to the rest of your decor within your home. The autumn makeover of my dining room coordinates nicely by using the same colors and I used another white pumpkin too!
The Method Of A Fall Centerpiece
- a pumpkin
- a vessel to hold your flowers
- a sharp knife
- water for your flowers
First, cut a hole in the top of the pumpkin just large enough to place the flower vessel in. Next, place the jar or vase in and add water 3/4 of the way up. Finally, cut the stems of the flowers and arrange them until full.
Tips for success:
Don’t scoop out the insides… it will add stability to the flower vessel.
Try silk or dried flowers or even a faux pumpkin that you can keep to use year after year!
Look to other fall gifts from nature outside your door like pinecones, acorns, colored leaves still on branches.
If you like this centerpiece, check out my St. Patrick’s Centerpiece and send me pictures of your centerpieces! I’d love to see them!
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