It’s official. Fall is on it’s way and it’s coming quickly. It was 57 degrees this morning when I woke up, and there was that definite crispness of autumn in the air. To help you prepare for the season, here are some fabulous fall centerpiece ideas.
This particular idea can be as simple as pulling a few darling little pumpkins and artistically arranging them in a baskets with other fall items. You could include this beautiful bird cage and fill it with these darling faux green pumpkins for a fall centerpiece that will last. Using faux materials for your fall centerpiece ideas is a great idea, because you can reuse them over and over again and they’ll never wither or wilt!
Taking the pumpkin idea down another lane, try using a hollowed out pumpkin as a vase. The great thing about this is that it’s a lovely transition piece for that time between summer and fall. The flowers you use can add a hint of summer days while the pumpkin adds a dash of autumn. This is on of the fall centerpiece ideas that you can use between seasons. If you’re lucky, you may even be able to find a faux hollowed pumpkin meaning you could use this centerpiece year round.
If you’re looking for something more neutral, try this. Painting some of your little pumpkins white or grey, and tossing in a few frosted pine cones is a quick and easy way to create a versatile centerpiece. These Hurricane Glass Candle holders would make a great place to put your pinecones and pumpkins, or simply adorn them with a white candle and arrange the pumpkins and pinecones around the hurricane glass.
This is an awesome DIY centerpiece. Simply gather some colored leaves from your lawn or neighborhood, use a little modge podge to adhere some of the leaves to a mason jar, add a tea light candle and you’re in business.
A super easy centerpiece idea is taking a simple fall wreath and laying in the middle of your table. Accessorize with a set of candles in the middle, or some pumpkins in a darling basket. This wreath would look lovely on a Thanksgiving table.
And there you have it! Five great ideas for centerpieces that don’t have to break the bank or take all day.