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I love creating unique centerpieces for my dinner table and this time of year allows for a creative mixture of fall colors and elements that I adore. Here are some ideas to inspire your creativity and plan for something customized for your table and decor.


Wooden boxes are definitely in right now and they are extremely easy to decorate. Add your favorite fruits, gourds, berries and a few pillar candles in a pinch. This takes no time at all and can be changed up from year to year with different fruit, candle colors, and berries so you;ll never tire of it.



I love the idea of spraying pumpkins to add a splash of metallic color to our dining table. Gold is a great fall color but you could also add white, browns, or oranges as a fun accent.



Line beautiful glass bottles down the center of your table and add a few pieces of bittersweet for an organic arrangement that won’t interfere with the conversation. Fill the bottles with fall elements for an additional festive touch.



Did you know that cranberries float? Add a few to your favorite cylinder vases and top with floating candles for an extra warm look at your table. Whether you vary the heights or repeat the theme exactly, they’ll be a rich addition to your table.



If you’re feeling ambitious, these candle holders will be well worth the effort. Wrap your favorite pillars with linear beans or asparagus spears and wrap with a lovely ribbon. The artichokes are perfect for this and require far less dexterity.



Wrap your favorite twigs, berries, or rose hips into a small wreath on a cake stand, add a few pillar candles and you have your self a genius centerpiece in minutes!



This vase can be layered with any number of fall elements to add some class and fall flavor to your table. Add some color or keep it rustic with grape vines and acorns as shown.




Painting pumpkins id a lot of fun. I especially love that the stems were left natural for this look. Bittersweet is especially simple to decorate with, and you can catch all the falling berries (and they will fall) and display them around your votives as shown.



Although I’m partial to pomegranates, this idea with seeded eucalyptus, pillar candles and apples is simple and breathtaking. Use pumpkins if you’d prefer a touch of orange at your table.



Collecting pine cones is fun and they are easy to decorate with. Give them a light spray with gold paint, or leave the natural for a rustic look. Mix them up with acorns for added texture, or add some small gourds for color.