DIY Fall Floral Centerpieces

It’s starting to feel like fall here in the Midwest, so I have been busy creating fall floral centerpieces. The craft stores all have a nice selection of fall florals and supplies now, so it’s easy to pick something up to incorporate into your fall decor.

20 DIY Fall Floral Centerpieces

Browsing Pinterest gave me several ideas for fall floral centerpieces that I could make. This list, ranging from simple to elaborate is sure to leave you with some project inspiration to get ready for fall at your house!

DIY Fall Floral Centerpieces

1. DIY Mason Jar Centerpiece for Fall – Midwestern Moms
Distressed, chalk mason jars placed inside of an aged box give this look a rustic feel. Filled with a beautiful arrangement of fall flowers.

2. DIY Painted Pumpkin Bottles – Midwestern Moms
These hand-painted pumpkin bottles are sure to add charm to any table.

3. DIY Pumpkin Vase – A Pumpkin and a Princess
Cute DIY floral arrangement using a craft pumpkin as a vase.

4. 17 Ways to Use a Long Box as a Centerpiece – Far Above Rubies
What an eye-catching centerpiece! This long box is used to make 17 different centerpieces throughout the year. Check out the fall ones. Gorgeous!

5. Dining Room Table Dressed for Fall – Kristen’s Creations
Loving the florals placed into this birdcage for a table decor idea!

6. Farmhouse Fall Table Centerpiece – Worthing Court
The texture in this centerpiece is amazing. I love the tiny details, such as the acorns in dishes, and candles to accentuate this piece.

7. Acorn Centerpiece – When Tara Met Blog
A great idea using acorns and fall floral stems to make a fall centerpiece.

8. A Blooming Pumpkin – Home is Where the Boat Is
Using a real pumpkin in your centerpiece? A great top on adding the styrofoam on top of your pumpkin rather than hollowing it out to use it as a vase.

9. Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas – Family Holiday
A ton of great inspiration for fall centerpieces!

10. Fall Centerpieces – Vignette Design
What a beautiful collection of fall floral centerpieces. My favorite is the one from Country Home in the vintage box.

11. Fall Home Tour – Stone Gable
Several great ideas for farmhouse style fall floral centerpieces. I love the buckets of flowers with the pumpkins.

12. Simple Fall Centerpiece – Cherished Bliss
Pumpkins and hydrangeas sit atop a silver tray in this beautiful centerpiece.

13. Succulent Centerpiece – Ruffled
I love the idea of using succulents in fall decor. Displayed in a small wooden box they look very charming.

14. Tree Stump Vase – Style Me Pretty
What a great idea to use a tree stump at the focal point of your centerpiece. Gives it a rustic look.

15. Thanksgiving Centerpiece – What’s Ur Home Story
I love the details in this tray. A few floral stems added to the pitcher to make a great centerpiece.

16. DIY Fall Centerpiece – My Beautiful Everyday
Great tips on adding gourds and pumpkins to a clear vase and displaying a beautiful fall arrangement.

17. Sunflower Centerpiece – Sunny Simple Life
These centerpieces included in the fall home tour are gorgeous! Very vibrant.

18. 15 Unique Ideas to Display Flowers to Create a Centerpiece – Homedit
Amazing collection of beautiful floral centerpiece and decor ideas for fall.

19. Antler Centerpiece – Save On Crafts
Check out the centerpiece using antlers and a pumpkin!

20. 50+ Fall Centerpieces – Home Talk
I had to include this collection for even MORE centerpiece ideas. The one with apples is seriously catching my eye right now.

Have you started decorating for fall yet?

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3 Comments

  1. Wow thank you for including our sunflower centerpiece.

  2. Thanks for the inclusion! :) I can’t wait to try some of the others listed here too

  3. Robin Sherrod says:

    Here in the New England states, the beautiful autumn leaves are starting to cover our trees. This is the one season that I wish would last longer! Already, there is a distinct colder ” nip” in our evening air that tells me that it’s going to be a cold, cold winter.

    But, forgive me for side-tracking. In the woods, right now, is the Japanese version of “Bittersweet”.
    While the Purists are not happy with this intrusion into our New England landscape, I find it very attractive. This version is on a vine that wants to wind around our large trees (possibly choking them…..
    that COULD be the reason for the dislike.)
    If you have never seen Bitter-Sweet berries, they begin with their summer life as a basic sort of pale orange berry. But, when the autumn is upon us, as the berries dry, they split (while remaining on the stem), and expose a beautiful, shiny dark orange interior. If these branches are handled carefully, the berries will remain on them, and dry, while maintaining this beautiful two-tone color!

    I have discovered, the that a quick shot of a good hairspray, will keep the fragile little pale orange “peelings” intact longer.

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