Cool 5-Minute DIY Autumn Centerpiece

20 Easy DIY Fall Centerpiece Ideas that anyone can make

Cool 5-Minute DIY Autumn Centerpiece

It’s time to start thinking about Fall. Get your house ready with these DIY Fall Centerpiece ideas.

From pumpkins and leaves to mason jars and rustic vases, there is something for everyone!

DIY Fall Centerpiece Ideas

You will love all the Fall Decorations! There are so many ideas for pretty Fall centerpieces and more!

Not only are these ideas budget friendly but they are easy to put together. No need to spend a ton of money or hours working on a complicated centerpiece.

Each of these ideas are simple but leave a lasting impression. Your home will be so festive and ready for Fall!

Many ideas use items from nature for a free centerpiece idea.

Fall Centerpiece Ideas

Fall is almost here, which means it’s time to give that dining room a makeover! I love putting out new centerpieces for each of the seasons.

It’s a great way to add a little festive touch to the home without spending a lot of money on a Thanksgiving centerpiece or Fall centerpiece.

Here are 20 beautiful DIY fall centerpiece ideas for your home.

These fall centerpiece ideas take you from the start of Fall to Halloween and even to Thanksgiving! These fall decorations are budget friendly and easy to make!

Fall Candle Centerpiece

Take an ordinary tray and turn it into a Fall centerpiece with candles and Fall garland!

Everything is contained on a rustic tray to make moving it easy.

DIY Fall Centerpiece

Grab a clear vase at the Dollar Store and fill it with fall branches and more. You can use artificial or real branches to pull this centerpiece off.

Fall Mason Jar Craft

Mason jars make gorgeous votive candle holders. The leaf design is so festive and the light will look amazing glowing in the jar.

Fall Candle Centerpiece

Burlap ribbon and leaves accent candles for a simple but stunning centerpiece. It is amazing what a little ribbon can do!

DIY Ombre Bottles

These ombre bottles look just candy corn. This design is so clever and will really look amazing for Fall.

Dollar Store Popcorn Kernels Centerpiece

Throw together this Fall centerpiece using items from the dollar store. You can make this centerpiece for $5 or less!

Pumpkin Leaves Centerpiece

Get a free printable to use for these pumpkins for a customized fall centerpiece or simple fall decorations. This is a great way to personalize each of the white pumpkins for very little.

Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece

I just love wooden items used for Fall centerpieces. You can find many of these items at home to create this DIY Fall Centerpiece idea.

Apple Votive

Get creative by turning apples into a votive holder. Not only is this centerpiece idea inexpensive but it is so easy.

Autumn Centerpiece

Bring the outdoors inside for Fall decorations. Everyone will love this and kids will have fun helping to collect these items from nature.

Fall Antler Centerpiece

Make this rustic centerpiece by using antlers and white pumpkins. I love the clean look of white and it goes with so much.

Last Minute Centerpiece

Make this harvest centerpiece in only 5 minutes!  I love diy fall centerpiece ideas that use what you already have and take only minutes to prepare.

Pumpkin Succulents

Plant succulents inside a pumpkin for an instant fall centerpiece. This is so creative and pumpkins make the cutest vases!

Farmhouse Fall Table Centerpiece

Use a galvanized steel tray to display fall trinkets for a stunning farmhouse centerpiece. This is a great way to shop your home and use what you already have.

Pumpkins and Candles Centerpiece

Simply alternate pumpkins and candles for a beautiful centerpiece on your dining room table. I love the mini pumpkins intertwined with vines and candles.

Apples and Eucalyptus Centerpiece

Looking for something besides pumpkins? You can use apples and eucalyptus with candles for a rustic centerpiece that is sure to look lovely on your dining room table.

Herb Table Garden

Herbs make a lovely display for fall decorations. This idea is unique and so creative for a fall centerpiece.

Fall Mason Jar Centerpiece

Mason jars are so popular right now! Use them for candle holders as a simple display on your table for Fall.

Fall Pumpkin Flower Arrangement

You can arrange flowers inside a pumpkin for a beautiful centerpiece. The gold is so elegant and you can really use any type of flowers you when you use floral foam.

Plastic Pumpkin Centerpiece

Plastic Halloween buckets become gorgeous fall decorations with a little gold spray paint! It is hard to believe they started with bright orange plastic buckets!

Let us know which DIY Fall Centerpiece Ideas you plan to try?

There are several fall decorations I plan to use around the house. I love all the simple and easy ideas for fall centerpieces!

All of the pretty fall colors look so nice on the dining table and dinner time is so festive now. From rustic table runners and fall flowers, you will ve set for Autumn.

These fall floral centerpiece ideas even include fall centerpieces for wedding reception ideas!

There are so many lovely fall table decorations with mason jars, rustic containers and more. You might find several ideas that you didn’t think of before.

With so many DIY fall ideas your Thanksgiving table with also be festive. Some of my favorite ideas include a candle centerpiece.

There is something about lighting and how the glow of the candles set the tone. It looks so warm and inviting with the Fall decorations.

Whether you are looking for fall banquet centerpieces or fall centerpieces for round tables, there are ideas for a broad range of events.

Many of these centerpiece ideas include items that you probably have around your house or can grab from nature.

I’m sure you have a cake stand or two in the cabinets. These make excellent centerpiece ideas as you can place stacked pumpkins, cinnamon sticks, pumpkins gourds and more on them!

We also have compiled a huge list of Fall Crafts for Kids and Easy Crafts for Toddlers. Many of these will take you through Fall, Halloween and even Thanksgiving!

We have 25 DIY Fall decorating ideas you will love. These ideas are simple to make and won’t break the bank.

If you are looking for Easy Thanksgiving Sides, we have 20 Easy Thanksgiving Side Dishes sure to impress while being very simple to make!

Here are 25 Easy Fall Soup Recipes to try all season long!

We have 20 easy Thanksgiving table decor ideas that you can make with very little time or effort.

Try these other ideas for Fall:


19 Unique Fall Centerpieces That Are So Easy to Make

Cool 5-Minute DIY Autumn Centerpiece

Give your table a festive look with a pretty centerpiece for fall gatherings, large or small. Our tips for fall centerpieces help you incorporate natural and faux elements into your decor for a festive and bright fall table.

Wow your guests with this stunning greenery garland. Create bundles of eucalyptus and other greens, and attach the bundles to each other with floral wire to create a long garland. You won't believe how quick and easy it is to make this fall table centerpiece!



This fall table centerpiece is so simple—it'll take you less than 10 minutes!—but it adds a big statement to your table. Use a variety of embroidery floss colors, Inspired by Charm did, or adapt it to the theme or your home's decor. We love their idea of setting one wheat stalk at each place setting.

Get the full directions from Inspired by Charm! 

All you need is a hot glue gun for this no-carve pumpkin centerpiece idea. Create the arrangement with a fake pumpkin and dried flowers so you can reuse it year after year. Choose classic fall tones orange and red, or go for a bolder color statement with bright pinks and yellows.


A simple wood box yields a cornucopia of ideas for your fall table—and beyond. Go glitzy with leaves and pumpkins spray-painted in gold and coppery tones. You can just as easily opt for a more traditional fall color scheme, or incorporate greenery with indoor herbs and moss. When the season is over, use the box for storage or as decor for a different holiday.

We know, we know, one of the best parts of decorating for fall is using pretty oranges and reds. But if you're looking for a change, try matching candles, flowers, and other elements to white (or green, or …) pumpkins. We love this ultrachic white spread from Tone on Tone.

This arrangement is as attractive as it is easy. Turn an old globe into a distinctive fall flower centerpiece for a unique spin on seasonal decor. Separate the globe's hemispheres and fill each one with colorful leaves, seedpods, small pumpkins and gourds, pinecones, and bittersweet.



This centerpiece offers a blend of modern and rustic styles in neutral hues. Stagger white pumpkins at different heights on a trio of log slices.

Carve out one of the pumpkins to use as a vase for fluffy hydrangea and dahlia blooms. Arrange faux succulents around the base of the second pumpkin and on the lower wood slice.

Finish the look with antlers and light a few candles to illuminate your display.

Give your plain votives and Mason jars an upgrade with this creative fall centerpiece idea from Addicted 2 DIY. These 3-inch pillar candles sit inside quart-size Mason Jars for a farmhouse-style look. Because leaves from your backyard brown quickly, try sprucing up your space with some leaves from a crafts store. 

This humble cornucopia takes a glamorous turn with a single mini pumpkin dressed in shining gold. Arrange pears, apples, and gourds in a cornucopia. Brush silver Luster Dust (available at a crafts store) onto the tops and stems of white mini pumpkins that are clean, dry, and at room temperature. 


This fall centerpiece made of ferns and moss on a hollowed-out log or bark “boat” will transport guests to a tranquil forest. This project can be easily created with natural materials collected from your own backyard—and they’re free! Accent the arrangement with dried seed pods, such as those from lotus and mahogany.

Rather than hanging honeycomb tissue-paper balls from the ceiling, turn them into tabletop pumpkins. Set a spooky mood with deep tones olive green, copper, gray, and rust orange. Cut out leaf, stem, and vine shapes from cardstock and tape them to the top of the paper balls. Sprinkle some of the leaves among the place settings.

Use a faux pumpkin and plant it with real succulents for a centerpiece that’ll last for more than just one party. Floral foam and sphagnum moss placed inside the pumpkin is the secret to keeping the plants alive. After autumn has passed, you can gently transfer the succulents to a regular planter or give away the plants as take-home gifts at a final fall fête.


Dried ears of corn and shocks of wheat make for rustic fall table decorations. Here, dried wheat shocks are inserted into the sides of a cylindrical piece of florist's foam and topped with colorful dried ears of corn. The arrangement is placed on a footed compote for elegant elevation.

This country fall centerpiece will have all your guests saying “Howdy” when they walk in.

Perfect for a theme party, all you need to make this fall centerpiece is a pair of black candlesticks, a metal tray, and a stack of old books.

If you don’t have any sufficiently weathered tomes, check thrift shops or antique stores. For the pumpkins, wrap paisley-printed bandanas around fake gourds and secure with rubber bands or string.

This one is for the kids! Younger children trace their hands on colored paper and help glue the turkey's nose and mouth. Older kiddos decorate the inside of a baby food jar with glitter paint. Turn these birds into place cards for a fall party by having kids write guests' names on the feathers.

Get the directions from I Love To Create. 


Gather a bundle of brightly-colored Indian corn ears and tie them together to form a gorgeous and easy fall centerpiece. Arrange bundles around the table, and when the meal is over, use them as hanging decorations in your home. 

You’ll “nevermore” have a boring party with this centerpiece that nods to Edgar Allen Poe’s famous poem. Arrange a cluster of old bottles with branches inside. To give them a distressed look, spray-paint them lightly with a matte black shade. Use craft wire to attach faux birds to the branches.

Get inspired by decades past and decorate your home using a beautiful lantern display. Tall white pillar candles are gorgeous in all-glass lanterns with dark metal frames. Aim for multiple lanterns for a cohesive fall centerpiece your dinner guests will love.


For a smaller table, save room for the main course by hanging the fall centerpiece above the table rather than directly on the table. Attach ribbons to papier-mache gourds with hot glue, and then suspend from the light fixture above the kitchen table. Finish the look with a garland of leaves woven around the chandelier arms and a few matching gourds between the dinner dishes on the table.



Cool 5-Minute DIY Autumn Centerpiece

I used to drag big plastic bins up from the basement each season and holiday. What a chore! Then I’d forage through them looking for the least tired decor to decorate my home.

It was physically and mentally exhausting! Now I’m taking an organic, less-is-more, don’t-kill-yourself decorating approach to all seasons and holidays.

And this fall is no different! I can show you how to make a great fall arrangement that you CAN do in about 5 minutes… after you learn a few tips and tricks! If you have those seasonal decor big boxes and bins down in the basement or up in your attic, forget about them!

Let’s make fall about about natural beauty and bounty… and easy!!! Let’s make spectacular fall decor in about 5 minutes!

This is such an easy and simple arrangement to put together and it is brimming over with fall beauty! I used real pumpkins and mini Indian corn, but you can use what you have at your home!

I have lots and lots of pictures to show you a step-by-step, hand-holding tutorial! It’s my goal to make it no-fail!!! I know YOU CAN DO IT!!!!

Here’s what you will need. One of my best tips to help you in your fall decorating is to collect everything and keep it in a box, bin or , me, a basket. I have all kinds of goodies in my basket that I can make several arrangements without making many trips to the basement to find things!

Here’s what I used for this arrangement:

  • mini orange pumpkins
  • white baby boo pumpkins
  • mini Indian corn
  • pinecones
  • faux acorns
  • wooden bowl… You can use any bowl, just make sure it is wide and shallow. I’ve made arrangements in soup bowls and put them on cake stands. See, just use what you have!

Let’s get busy!!!

1. Here’s my old wooden bowl. It has that perfect, worn and warm quality! Just right for fall! It might look a little too worn, but wait until we work our decor magic! I bet you can find something that will work great for you too!

2. Here’s a tip that will help you in other decor too! Add pinecones to the bottom of the bowl. Add enough  to fill it about 1/2 full. Pinecones are a fabulous filler! They are inexpensive, take up a lot of space and are very sturdy! The pinecones make a great base! I have a big box of them handy just for arrangements!

If you want your arrangement to smell scrumptious, use cinnamon scented pine cones!

3. It’s time to add the mini Indian corn. Before you add it open up the husks and fan them out. This is so important especially if you bought corn in a bunch gathered with a rubber band! UGH!

If the husk pop off, super glue it back on!

Put 3 Indian corn on the side of the bowl resting on the pinecones. The white pumpkin is just weighting down the pinecones so they don’t shift. It will be taken out after the Indian corn is in place.

On a side note… store Indian Corn in plastic shoe-type boxes from year to year. My corn must be a decade old! Just make sure the box is plastic and the lid is secure. No mice, thank you!

4. Add 2 mini Indian corns to the other side of the bowl. Use the same technique above. OOps! My readers must have walked into the picture!!!

5. Now let’s add 2 anchor elements opposite the mini corn. I used an orange pumpkin and a small yellow gourd. Rest them on top of the pinecone filler.

6. It’s time to add a heavy top element. I to use a gourd with a tail. It helps to anchor it on the top!

7. Add a few pumpkins.Try to fill them in the gaps in the arrangement. Can you see it’s starting to take shape!

8. Continue to add pumpkins and a few pinecones. I love to use pinecones in fall decor! Who says they are Christmassy? Here’s where you can layer things! Make sure your pumpkins are facing in a direction that is becoming to the arrangement. There still might be gaps in your arrangement, but don’t worry… we will fill them.

9. Okay, let’s do that now! Fill your big gaps with what I to call “FLUFF”. Concentrate fluff around the edge of the bowl… it softens it! Oh, I love love love fluff! It really takes arrangements to the next level! I’m using small clumps of green leaves and berries that I plucked off of a swag.

I have a few boxes of fluff. It makes any arrangement amazing! It is a decorating must!

Look at the difference fluff makes!!!

10. Last step! Let’s add some acorns. The smaller the element the later it goes on to the arrangement. Place the acorns here and there they fell off a tree and just happened to land perfectly!


With just a little practice you can put together a beautiful and bountiful fall arrangement in about 5 minutes!

Here’s a hint about adding an extra layer of WOW to your decor when you stage it. Add a couple of the elements that are in the bowl next to the arrangement. I added a pumpkin, fluff and a few acorns. It really finished the scene!

Now let’s get some fall organics and make a pretty arrangement! And let’s NOT drag around any big bins of fall!

If you make an arrangement I’d love to see it. Why not email me your masterpiece?

You might want to pin this to your fall or decor Pinterest board. You can follow me by clicking HERE.

This week I’m a part of two fabulous FALL TOURS…

First, I’ll be sharing more of my fall decorated home on Friday. Make sure you see all the fall beauty these talented bloggers are sharing!!!

Here are the homes on tour so far this week:


At Home With The Barkers
Daisy Mae Belle
City Farmhouse
The Wood Grain Cottage
Top This Top That

Our Southern Home
Petticoat Junktion
On Sutton Place
Lilacs and Longhorns

AND…. You can see my Fall Decor on Thursday. I’m part of…

Here’s the schedule for this multi-themed Tour! Stop by each day for an updated schedule!

Monday: FallCrafts

1) Two Thirty Five Designs

2) Practically Functional

3) Thoughts from Alice

4) Tried and True

5) Our Southern Home

Tuesday: Fall

1) Not Just Paper and Paint

2) A Turtle’s Life for Me

3) Cupcakes and Crinolines

4) Town and Country Living

5) Sweet Pea

Wednesday: Fall

Thursday: Fall

Friday: Fall Home

I’m Partying With:


10 Minute Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Cool 5-Minute DIY Autumn Centerpiece

Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away and with all the stress the holidays can bring, I want to share a quick 10-minute Thanksgiving Centerpiece that will elevate your dinner table to new heights.

The centerpiece as a whole might look complicated but once we break it down, you will have a whole new way to dress up for the holidays! Try using colors that you wouldn’t typically see as “fall” shades, coral and lime and pair with deep greens and fall reds.

Most of the décor can be found at your local grocery story or craft store and you can find a lot of the inspiration on our Amazon idea list here!

What you’ll need:

  • Ornamental cabbages
  • Caramel watermelon heuchera
  • Any fall color roses
  • Pyra canthus branches
  • Dried putka pod mini pumpkins
  • Small pinecones
  • Dried decorative limes (click for link to website)
  • “Personality” containers, 5 medium, 5 small, and 5 extra small
  • Okatsune scissors
  • Fall tablecloth
  • Place settings; plates, napkins, silverware, glasses, etc…

Choose a vibrant tablecloth that can tie in with several aspects of your centerpiece. For my table, I chose a coral cloth with an apricot table runner.

My table runner is actually sewn into the tablecloth! It makes set up so much easier! I actually set my tablecloth out several days in advance instead of ironing to let gravity take care of all of the wrinkles! The plants I use include ornamental cabbages, caramel watermelon heuchera, any fall colored roses, and pyra canthus branches.

The decorative pieces are dried limes, dried putka pod mini pumpkins, and small pinecones. These are just some suggestions, make your table yours with the plants and décor you already have or can find locally. The key is to combine live plants, cut plants, and decorative pieces across the table.

Give your plants a good drink before getting started! This will allow them to stay fresh without having to water them daily. Start by gathering your materials! Ornamental cabbages can even be found at your local grocery store! Just stuff and shove into some gorgeous containers and top dress with some moss. These red plants are gorgeous caramel watermelon heuchera.

I love using these because as the weather gets colder the brighter the hue gets! I think everyone should own what I call personality driven containers, ones that you can use for a number of occasions and go with almost everything! Mine are these ceramic pots with a beautiful gold inlay. I have used these for so many weddings and other events I have put together.

I start with a large cabbage in the center and layer in the heuchera in a zig zag pattern. There is no right or wrong way to do this! I always use odd numbers of containers because it gives a better look to the overall design. I then nestle containers of rosebuds throughout the cabbages and heuchera.

It helps to use zip ties to secure the rose stems together before putting into vases. I to weave pyra canthus branches in-between the vases. You have to be careful with these branches because they do have thorns but with some careful handling, they are well worth it.

I love to layer in with some greenery throughout to add some softness to the overall design.

I always try to add a contrasting color to my centerpieces, and this is where the dried limes come in. They have a gorgeous green color that will brighten up the whole design! Just scatter them all across the table to add variety in the texture.

I do the same with mini pinecones and the putka pod mini pumpkins, nestle them throughout the table and they add a natural look to the florals.  If your event is in the evening, add some candles to lighten up and add a soft edge to the flowers.

This whole centerpiece can last for 3-4 days and then the cabbages and heuchera can be planted outside when you are done!

When setting your table, use a combination of chargers with plates to give a great texture to your plating. Invest in a set of flatware to use for various occasions, along with glasses or goblets to accent your table.

I love my flatware set with bamboo handles and the wicker chargers I have that add a lot of great texture and accent the table cloth well.

Cloth napkins will really take your table to the next level as well! Find a signature fold and add some name cards and you should be set!

Thanksgiving is such a beautiful time for family to come together and celebrate all that we have to be thankful for. With family coming into your home, you want to dress your table to impress and this tutorial will help you achieve that goal! Just remember to make it your own and find the plants that bring out the most in your décor. Happy decorating!

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Easy DIY pumpkin centerpiece

Cool 5-Minute DIY Autumn Centerpiece

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So what costs less than 5 bucks and takes less than 5 minutes to make? A stunning pumpkin centerpiece. It's true! You'll love one on your table this fall, especially on Thanksgiving Day.

  I love surfing Pinterest for ideas just most of you. But if it's not easy and relatively inexpensive to do, I won't follow through with it. This project was both easy and cheap so I was on board. I hope you are, too.

Here's what you need to do!

Supplies needed…

While I love the idea of using real pumpkins you can use faux ones.

It just won't be as easy to hammer in the pieces, but it will still work.

You may have to use a lot more glue.

Many of the pumpkin centerpieces I've seen on the web require you to cut the top of the pumpkin out (so you can stuff flowers and whatnot inside) which means getting into pumpkin guts.

You will need:



Pine wood slices




I was avoiding that type of mess this time around. 

Besides, if you don't cut into the pumpkin it won't rot as quickly on you and last the entire fall season.

When you're ready to splice it open, or if you choose to put your decor in the middle anyhow, make sure you roast those pumpkin seeds.

Waste not? Right. Haven't you always wanted to make your own pumpkin puree?

And before we get started….you can use real or fake pine slices. Wood slices can be bought cheaply, too! 

  • I've found the best place to get crafting supplies is Hobby Lobby which has all the selection of glitzy fall items you need on clearance right now. 

  • Wood slices are what's hot right now. The problem is they range in price from $20-$40 if you buy from a conventional store. I acquired these from my sister after her late fall wedding.


  • So if you can't bum a few off a newlywed, you could purchase a some from the Amish or even make your own.


  • I always see stumps at the curb. And you only need a small stump sliced thin. It doesn't need to be finished. In fact, the more rustic, the better! You don't absolutely need the board either, the pumpkin can stand alone.


  • Place your pumpkin on a piece of burlap for an even more rustic effect.


  • If you can get wood slices for free, stack a few pine slices on top of each for a more dramatic effect. 
  • The staples can be purchased from $1-$5 from Home Depot depending on how many you buy and how big the pack is.

  • They're useful for other projects and you can always share the clips with your family and friends to save even more. 

  • Mixing both traditional orange pumpkins, white pumpkins, and gourds of various sizes create dimension. 

  • Lit candles always look nice! 

  • Glue is optional. Only if you really want the leaves to stay in place. I didn't use any on mine because it wasn't needed. 


  • Start by laying out your glitzy add-ons and determining what pumpkin to put them on and figure out if you need to snip them a bit.

  • Ask yourself a few questions and play with your glitzy add-on pieces…..hmm, does the orange piece look better on an orange or white pumpkin?


  • Do I need 2 or 3 add-ons? Do I even need 5 or 7 add-ons? 


  • Should I place the leaves and acorns on the top or should I dangle them on the side? What combinations look best?


  • Does it have enough sparkle? Don't fasten anything until you eyeball it up first to make sure it looks just the way you want it too.


  • For thinner stems, just take a very thin nail and hammer it into the pumpkin. Then you stick the stem of your glitzy add-ons into that hole.


  • Add a little glue on the side if you think it's necessary. Yes, it's that easy! 

Burlap is so “in” right now for both weddings and holidays!

  • For bigger or thicker stems, you might have to use the cable wood staples.

  • In this case, hold the stem in place putting the hook as high as possible while gently hammering in.

  • The higher you go, the less visible it will be. Layer the glitzy pieces to your satisfaction to create just the right look. 

  • Place the pumpkin on the wood board. You could layer burlap on top of the board or not, depending on your tastes. 

  • That's it, you're done! I really meant 5 minutes. 

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15 Unique DIY Thanksgiving Centerpieces

Cool 5-Minute DIY Autumn Centerpiece

Soon we’ll be reviewing our turkey basting skills and stuffing recipes. But aside from the food, there’s a certain aethestic we all love when Thanksgiving dinner comes to call.

Warm, cozy, fall-inspired, and welcoming, every year we find more and more inspiration around every nook and cranny of the Internet.

Today, we’re checking out 15 unique DIY Thanksgiving centerpieces that you’ll love creating and showing off to the friends and family as well.

1. Color-Wrapped Wheat

Inspired by Charm will show you how to take your wheat to the next level. We’ve seen these bits of fall arrangements before but with some colorful thread, you can easily create a new look for your table this year. And the kiddos can get involved in this DIY!

2. Copper & Neutral Combo

We’re loving how beautiful the copper tone and neautral colors are blending here. Liz Marie Blog took some things from around the house and make a unique centerpiece that can be utilize throughout the holiday. Take notes and see what you can do with what you’ve already got lying around

3. Jazzy Gourds

Aunt Peaches bedazzled some gourds and we’re in love. Crystals, glitter, stickers and more, there are so many ways to go about jazzing up your fall veggies. It can become a family project!

4. 5-Minute Put-Together

Coordinately Yours showed off this simple centerpiece and we love it. But why exactly do we love it? It only takes about 5-minutes to put it all together, that’s why.

5. Fall Floral Arrangement

Green Wedding Shoes will give you some good pointers on floral arrangements as well – for all seasons. But this one specifically will speak to our autumn-loving hearts. Take the jump and grab the details.

6. Copper-Wrapped Candles

Design Improvised wrapped some simple candles with copper for easy, trendy appeal. This is both simple in DIY ability but it’s also an inexpensive way to create some decor for the table. We love the subtly.

7. Gilded Everything

A Pumpkin and A Princess gilded everything in her path to make a Thanksgiving table fit for royalty. The pinecones and the pumpkins got an equal amount of love and the burlap contrasts nicely underneath it. This too is a simple centerpiece to create with little fuss.

8. Gourd Vases

Create vases your gourds! Look how beautiful they look with some flowers inside. Check out the details by visiting BHG.

9. Kid-Friendly Paper Table Runner

Grab the kiddos, we’ve got a project for all of your. Check out Momtastic for the instructions behind this fun creation. And then the entire family can get involved filling out their own bits of gratefulness.

10. Purple Corn

Purple corn at the center of the table seems a fun idea! Add some color to the table that’s a bit outside-of-the-box, this beautiful purple and it contrasts nicely with what we’re used to seeing throughout autumn. Thanks for the idea Julie Blanner!

11. Pomegranates & Greenery

Sugar and Charm went a different route for fall decor as well. Grab some pomegranates, you can create a natural and colorful spread with these fruits too. They contrast nicely with green.

12. Multi-Colored Gourds

Sometimes all you need to do is gather some gourds. Different colors and textures can come together to create something quite artistic. Just check out this creation from Sugar & Cloth!

13. Apple Candles

Little Green Notebook made apple candles – just we’ve been seeing pumpkin turning into holders or vases. An entire batch can make a romantic and fall-flavored centerpiece so nicely.

14. Chalkboard Acorns

We’ve gushed about these before because we love the innovation so much. Create some giant chalkboard acorns and then get create. Grab the idea from Julep!

15. Tealight Nuts

Finally, over at One O, you’ll learn how to turn nuts into something special as well. A bowl and a lighter, they’ll bring in the right kind of rusticism, texture and romance too with the lighting. Take the leap and grab the details.