Are you looking for dining table centerpiece ideas that will last the whole fall season? Here are some great fall table centerpiece ideas that you can mix and match that will serve you well for the whole fall season from Halloween, to Thanksgiving, even to Christmas!
This is the time of year for lots of family and friend get togethers. Here are some ideas for natural centerpieces to help you make your table beautiful. Almost all of these fall table centerpiece ideas are for items that you can find out in nature, or items you that can double as food and centerpiece. Not only do natural centerpieces help us bring in the beauty from outdoors, they are also a greener option because they don’t require natural resources to make. Another benefit of these natural centerpiece decorating ideas is that you can enjoy the grounding calming effects of nature every single day.
Mix & Match These Natural Fall Table Centerpiece Ideas For An Extra Gorgeous Dining Table
Acorns can be super cute mixed in with other centerpiece items. Use them for encircling your candles, or even alone in a cute bowl. Acorns are also great because they last a long time. They can be displayed in their natural state or painted or even dipped into a metallic copper paint.
Pine cones are fun to collect with your kids and make beautiful fall table centerpiece decorations. They can be used au natural or they can be painted fun colors like metallic silver and gold.
These are big green fruits that fall from osage orange trees. They are very pretty and they last for 2-3 months. Plus they repel spiders!
Flowers and Foliage
Always a beautiful choice, you may have some flowers growing outdoors that you can bring in for some instant cheer. Some plants that flower in the fall and winter are winter jasmine, the Christmas rose, camillia, and sumac. Fall foliage with interesting leaf shapes and colors can be a beautiful choices as well.
Now is the time to bring some springs indoors of those holly bushes with berries, chokecherry, or chinaberry. They can be wrapped and tied into circles in which you can set you candles or bowls of decor or just laid out lengthwise on each side of the dining table centerpiece.
Fruits and Veggies
You can use food for a double purpose. A bowl of oranges can be beautiful to look at and tasty to eat later. Apples, tangerines, lemons, pears, artichokes, cranberries, squash, gourds, mini pumpkins, and other food items can be used to decorate today and eat tomorrow. Pumpkin, squash, and dried Indian corn have a much longer shelf life than fruit so they are great for fall table centerpiece decorations that you want to last.
If you grow fresh herbs in a container window gardens indoors, these can be beautiful natural table centerpiece additions.
Bring in some of those beautiful fall leaves. You can enjoy them scattered around your other centerpiece decorations for that perfect touch of fall beauty. If you dip them in melted wax, they will last longer. You can also hang them as part of your decor, if you so desire.
Pine Tree Trimmings
Trimmings from pine trees are another lovely addition to centerpieces that brings in the feel of winter cheer.
If you want to stay on theme for natural centerpiece decoration ideas, you can opt for natural beeswax candles which are beautiful and have a lovely soft, sweet scent. The gleaming light of candles is always such a beautiful, warming addition to any dining table centerpiece decorations.
There you have 10 ways to create a beautiful table centerpiece. You can mix and match with the above suggestions to create a new look for each month of the fall season trading out fresh for old and updating with any new treasures you find.
What items do you like to use for your fall table centerpieces and/or what are some of your favorite ways to arrange and display? Thanks for sharing your ideas in the comments and tag us with you pics @familyfocusblog
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Cherie Gaithers says
These are great centerpiece ideas. You can never go wrong with the fruit bowl look. Most houses on HGTV use that look in the kitchen. My husband and I are going to use it in a house we are flipping.