From classic flowers to a bounty of vegetables, your fall centerpiece can take shape however you see fit. Using the formula of color, texture, and natural elements is a great place to start. Whether it's your autumn wedding or just a woodland-inspired dinner party, these 21 fall centerpieces will surely make a statement.
Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue — like in this floral arrangement by — it'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.
At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!
You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.
If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.
Believe it or not, Kelly Page of incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant — , you can keep it up all season long.
If you love pastels, stay true to who you are no matter the time of year. Ceres of wanted to keep her holiday centerpiece in line with the rest of her colorful decor, so she painted pumpkins pink and purple to match her vibrant flower arrangements. Pretty pastel candlesticks and votives round out the look.
Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by .
A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.
Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from .
Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by .
Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like did in this festive arrangement.
Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from .
Keep pumpkins in play throughout the season with a like the one .
Dark foliage play off lighter blooms in peach and white to create an intense, yet beautiful fall arrangement, like this one by .
Pumpkins and antlers get a grownup makeover in this centerpiece by that would be right at home at a sophisticated Halloween party.
Pinks, reds and whites are go-tos for floral centerpieces, but throw in a few darker, red-wine tones and this bouquet from gets a splash of autumn.
Tuck a few rust-colored leaves into a bouquet of white roses for a .
Faux antlers and burgundy roses make for an undeniably romantic centerpiece like this one from , especially when paired with a series of lit tapers.
To reflect the harvests of the season, feel free to get bountiful with your centerpiece design by allowing the center of the table to overflow with fruits, vegetables, leaves, candles and flowers as in this design by .
Black, white and gold make a striking tablescape that is both welcoming and stylish, as proven by this design by . Arrange light flowers in golden pumpkins, and scatter birch wood stubs, artichokes, wheat, faux antlers and feathers around the floral piece for a natural aesthetic.
Bright shades of green, yellow and pink can be the star of a fall centerpiece when savvily paired with a brass compote and candlesticks, as in this design by . Choose warm tones for the rest of the tableware, such as the dishes and flatware.