Let's chat Fall Centerpieces!! I've received several questions about Fall Centerpieces, how to do them & how to do them quickly with probably pieces you already have in your home. These centerpiece creations are simple & easy to create.
Today over on the gram I shared 3 Fall Centerpieces, I have them scaled for our dining room table & of course you can do them any size, go bigger or smaller depending where you'll be placing yours.
So let's chat some deets, but don't forget to head on over to Instagram to see the highlight on the 3.
For the 1st creation, I have a vintage riser placed in the middle with a white Cinderella pumpkin. If you have a riser or pedestal great, if not use anything that will give your pumpkin some height such as books or a box. I added a few mini white pumpkins on each side. Easy, right?
The 2nd one, I filled a long basket with hydrangeas all towards the front, well what is the front for our table. In the back to hide the stems, I added a piece of burlap that I have used as a table runner. Don't tuck it in, you want it to look kinda messy, not tucked. You can leave the centerpiece like that, but I added so paper mache' pumpkins that I had from Joann Fabrics. Our basket was long enough, so I was able to create with all 3 of them. I have them pushed in a bit as I don't want them to fall out & be a hot mess. Easy again!!! If you don't have hydrangeas, you can use any Fall florals that you already have. Use any scale basket that works for your space.
Lastly, I created a very simple centerpiece with pumpkins. I stacked 3 pumpkins on a piece of fabric that I had on hand & added some of our glass candle holders from the Dollar Tree with our Tapers. When laying the fabric, I didn't lay it straight across, I have it scrunched to give some texture.
Well that's it boo's! I hope y'all enjoyed these simple centerpieces that are so easy to do. Thank you for stopping by today & have an amazing week ahead!!