10 Simple Centerpieces Perfect For Fall

Caroline McCloskey
10 Simple Centerpieces Perfect For Fall
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The leaves are turning, the air is crisp, and it is finally time to start thinking about the holidays.
When prepping for a dinner party, table decorations are key to creating that warm and cozy feeling that makes holiday entertaining so special. And while planning a dinner party is always fun, it also, of course, very stressful.
In the spirit of keeping things simple we scoured Pinterest to find the very chicest of homemade centerpieces. They may look expensive and time consuming, but really these arrangements couldn’t be easier to recreate yourself.
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For this centerpiece all you need is a variety of miniature pumpkins or gourds and some gold spray paint. Stack them on a glass cake plate or on their own and voilà! You have an elegant autumn display.    

Image Via Better Homes and Gardens 


Create a stunning rustic centerpiece by using items found in your own backyard. This one is much easier to recreate than it looks. The log filled with tea lights is simple and beautiful on it's own, but you can easily dress it up with other fall favorites, such as miniature gourds and pinecones.     

Image Via Sas Interiors


Add warmth to your dining table with an arrangement of pinecones in a large glass jar accented with glowing candles. We especially love the explosion of orange hydrangeas around the mouth of the jar for that perfect pop of color

Image Via Sweet Something Designs


Take your apples and gourds to the next level by making them functional, by turning them into candles! We adore how these easy-to-make apple votives make a unique and creative statement.

Image Via Thirfty Decor Chick


We love the idea of dressing up a simple pumpkin by painting it. In lieu of traditional orange, white looks clean and dramatic against vibrant fall colors. A garland of red berries really polishes off the look. 

Image Via Better Homes and Gardens

Our jaws dropped when we saw this vivid flower arrangement nestled in a turquoise-hued gourd. Instead of carving out another jack-o-lantern, make a vase out of your next pumpkin patch purchase and fill it with your favorite fall blossoms.  

Image Via Shelterness


We love this use of unexpected color and texture in a autumn centerpiece. Set some easy-to-make gourd candleholders alongside other natural fall elements in a tray for a beautiful table decoration. 

Image Via Better Homes and Gardens 


We fell for the surprising magenta color used in this centerpiece. Natural Indian corn also comes in a variety of colors and is the perfect addition to a Thanksgiving table.  

Image Via Shelterness


Multiple floral accents can be a nice change as opposed to one large centerpiece. You can easily move the smaller arrangements around the table as food is added.  The acorns here add a charming touch topped with flowers.

Image Via Celebrations


Why not put those beer and wine bottles to work even after you've taken the last sip? We've seen candles in wine bottles before, but the painted on letters and twine wrapped around these bottles are especially fun and seasonal.

Image Via Big City Little Joys


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