Fall is in the air, and I really love to have a tabletop that reflects the season! Today I’m looking back at five simple fall centerpiece ideas I’ve created over the past few years. 🙂
It’s so fun for me to be able to recollect the different ways I’ve decorated the dining room table and share them with you, so let’s take a peek!
My most recent centerpiece (and the one currently on my table) is this white pitcher filled with shoots of wheat. I like the simplicity and neutral fall colors. I used some mixed metal pieces and white pumpkins to compliment the simple centerpiece.
Last year I created this DIY Fall Centerpiece with an old crate, some hydrangeas from my backyard, and some fake sprigs of eucalyptus and lamb’s ear. I love this rustic and beautiful look!
Speaking of hydrangeas from the backyard, two years ago I filled an over-sized vase with them. You really could stop there, but I wanted some more drama, so I added some eucalyptus leaves and fake pumpkins to the table. See the whole look here.
Okay, okay. This next idea isn’t really “simple,” but it’s perfect for those looking for a festive fall centerpiece idea! 😉 This DIY Paper Leaf Tree is just so darling and fun!
My last simple fall centerpiece (from three years ago) circles back around to those beloved hydrangeas! 😉 I used a simple wood tray and white pitcher to create a little vignette on the dining room table.
I hope you enjoyed looking back at some of the simple fall centerpieces from the past few years!
Have a great day!