50 Autumn Centerpieces to Complete Your Fall Feast
Fall is a season filled with notable holidays and gatherings. For every occasion there's a new reason to prepare a seasonal centerpiece for your table that captures the true beauty of autumn. Entertainers looking for fresh fall centerpiece ideas have found the bounty. We've brought together some of our favorite fall hues, from warm reds to bright oranges and yellows, and sprinkled in plenty of neutral pieces with subtle and daring elements too. You don't have to buy everything new, either. We've included ideas that mix home décor items you already have and blend them with autumn elements to create the fall centerpiece of your dreams. Our tabletop looks are crafted with plump pumpkins, crisp apples, and lush shrubbery. Everything you love about the fall season is now beautifully displayed across your table. Gather around and admire these artistic pieces that bring the true taste of fall to your event.
Floating Miniature Pumpkins
This rustic look is so visually striking. Take your best apple bobbing metal tin and fill it with water, fall leaves, and pumpkin candles.
This festive look is not complete without your favorite seasonal flowers. It's a fairly easy centerpiece to create, all you need to do is cover a cylinder vase with birch sticks and add colorful flowers for the final touch.
Pumpkin Candle Holders
A unique way to place your candles is inside of a pumpkin. Provide a festive trim of fall leaves to make this centerpiece pop. Find the DIY guide here.
Grab a pumpkin, your favorite magazines, and get to work. This is a creative way to display rich fall colors that will instantly brighten your table.
Autumn Leaf Mason Jars
In the South, we certainly have a rather large collection of Mason jars handy and ready to use for any occasion. Why not decorate the jars with your favorite fall leaves? For the final touch, place candles inside of the jars for a warm autumn glow.
Bed of Leaves & Pumpkin Centerpiece
Put to use your vintage champagne bucket by covering the base with your favorite leafy plants. Then, simply place your pumpkin of choice on top.
Hanging Gold Leaves Display
This out of the box centerpiece idea has us swooning. Add a visually stunning hanging centerpiece to go along with the simple elements on your table.
Spruce up your fall display by creating a green-dominant piece. This look is completed with green apples and a variety of green cuttings.
If you don’t want to carve faces in your pumpkin, you can just carve the inside and place your favorite flowers, twigs, and plants to make your centerpiece stand tall.
Rustic Fall Display
This unique idea plays with layers to add a visually-appealing tablescape. Take wood slabs and place candles, pumpkins, and even fall foliage on top.
This floral arrangement is oh-so appealing. Want a crafty new idea to display your fresh mums? Look no further, take the softest pumpkin, poke holes in it, and fill it with beautiful mums.
If you have an upcoming outdoor gathering, this is a gourd option. This exterior friendly piece is complete with gourds, succulents, and other leafy plants.
If you want an elegant table-scape, this one takes the cake. The rich tones provide a dramatic appearance to your centerpiece.
This no-hassle, simple centerpiece calls for mums and a monochrome vase. Fill up your table with as many mums as you desire.
Fall Wreath with Dried Flowers and Herbs
A wreath that takes on the true essence of the fall season. Gather a variety of dried flowers and herbs, to have an eye-catching piece for your table.
We can get behind this hip succulent trend. If you want to switch up your table setup, try placing succulents inside of the pumpkins.
A cornucopia that is far from average. This redesigned piece is filled with bright colors and fun shapes.
Good as gold, this stylish arrangement is beautifully designed and something you can bring out year after year. Grab a bunch of wheat sheaves and tie it together with ribbon.
White Pumpkin Topiary
This overflowing topiary is filled with greens that perfectly complement white pumpkins. It creates such a bountiful look, guests are sure to be impressed at the visually striking levels.
Even though fall means the lack of lush greens, that doesn’t mean your centerpiece has to follow suit.
Pile On The Pumpkins
If you need a last minute tablescape, gather pumpkins of different sizes and uniquely arrange them together for an enchanting look.
Fall Harvest Centerpiece
Rich purple and red hues complement the greens to complete this stand out piece.
Even though these faux crepe-paper pumpkins give the illusion of real pumpkins, they provide a much more sophisticated tone by being wrapped in copper wire. Plus, you can store these for years to come.
Woodland Monochrome Centerpiece
This rustic piece belongs on your farmhouse table. The wood vase meshes wonderfully with the vibrant colors.
How about them apples? This apple-filled topiary is just what your table needs this fall if you’re tired of the pumpkin look.
Modern Twist Mums
The best way to spice up a flower arrangement is to change the vase that it’s in. This creative look calls for green apples and your preference of mums.
This orange-filled centerpiece has a dual purpose, not only do they have stunning designs, they fill your house with the scents of fall.
When in doubt add some sparkle to your pumpkin display, it’s sure to be attention-grabbing.
Dramatic Stack Centerpiece
Stack your pumpkins high and lace the layers with bold flowers to complete this imaginative look.
Fall Bounty-Inspired Table
Mix-up your centerpiece with a variety of fall elements. This centerpiece consists of crisp red apples, peak fall leaves, and branches.
Place your candles in something eye-catching like bright red apples. Place them on wood cuts to form a warm, rustic table scape.
Pumpkin Serving Pieces
If you want to have a functional yet decorative piece on your table, try placing trays on top of large pumpkins for a standout look.
Faux and Floral
All you have to do is grab flowers that complement your space and place them in a reusable faux pumpkin base. An easy display that matches any party theme.
Gather purple mums, eucalyptus, and dried hydrangea for a sophisticated centerpiece look.
Fall Pumpkin Tableau
We love the fall variety look for our table. Use upside down glass cylinders and place pumpkins and pinecones inside for a delightful display. Then gather odd pumpkins and fall leaves to complete the look.
This look is anything but tacky. Decorate white pumpkins with warm-colored tacks for a rustic appearance.
It’s time to get your pumpkins in a row and surround them with acorns, pinecones and anything woodsy.
Warm and Natural Centerpiece
Ribbons and twine complete this inviting centerpiece. Gather rich orange hued flowers and a bunch of golden wheat for this cozy style.
The Great Outdoors
We love the idea of a rustic outside table-scape. Complete this look with burlap pieces, warm flower arrangements, and neutral-toned pumpkins.
Cute No-Carve Pumpkins
This no-mess look has us swooning. Just add metallic tape or ribbons to your choice of pumpkins for a dazzling centerpiece.
Wreaths surely aren’t confined to the winter months. If you want an earthy look grab a moss wreath and place your preference of candles and pumpkins inside.
This fall-inspired look requires rich autumn colored florals to make a simple centerpiece.
If you prefer earthy-warm tones, decorate your table with pine cones and acorns for an inviting natural look.
This warm centerpiece has us mesmerized; we love the vintage stacked books that provide a layered look across the table.
Birch-wood creates a very natural yet elegant look. Fill a birch-like container with a mix of hydrangeas, roses, and cypress for a neutral masterpiece.
If you’re trying to achieve an elegant monochrome style for your centerpiece look no further. You can use a silver champagne bucket or monochrome holders and fill them with magnolia branches, gray brunia berries, and boxwood clippings to create this eye-catching arrangement.