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65 Awesome Pumpkin Centerpieces For Fall And Halloween Table
Pumpkins painted in white are perfect for monochromatic table settings.
Pumpkin is a perfect thing to decorate your fall table – no matter if it’s a usual dinner, a Halloween party or a Thanksgiving table. Make a centerpiece of a faux or a natural pumpkin. Colorful or tinted pumpkins in a bowl will be great for any table; white pumpkins look more exquisite and a composition with them and some flowers is perfect for romantic persons. A traditional variant is a pumpkin cut inside as a vase and flowers of your choice. Tiny pumpkins in candle holders or white pumpkins with candles and flowers would bring taste to your table. The simplest idea is a pumpkin on the plate with nuts. Choose your ideas from the pictures given below and enjoy your dinner!
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Use your cake stand to make a centerpiece. Fill it with yellow and red leaves, pumpkins, gourds, wooden acorns and any other products of harvest.
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Several small pumpkins mixed with fall blooms or fallen leaves could fit a single plate. Such centerpiece is easy to move around when necessary.
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Paint your pumpkins with a shiny paint to add a warm glow to your decor.
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Sunflowers would look gorgeous on any table if you put them in a DIY pumpkin vase.
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Dried hydrangea, birch bark and candelabras are a great company to white pumpkins on a natural-looking burlap table runner.
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Dried wheat stems and faux flowers in beige and brown tones could be perfect additions to a subtle, natural looking Fall centerpiece.
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For a more chic look always add pumpkins painted in white and candles to your centerpieces.
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Antlers tucked into the center of a hollowed-out pumpkin would help to make a statement with your centerpiece.
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For a luxurious Thanksgiving tablescape make a centerpiece with elements painted with a metallic gold paint.
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Choose several flat-bottomed pumpkins in graduated sizes and put them in a bowl. Add some fall leaves and a gorgeous centerpiece is done.
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Simply carve a hole in a pumpkin and fill up with your favorite fall blooms.
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Decoupage is a great technique to make anything look better. Cover the pumpkin in Mod Podge, place the leaves on it, and let dry. Another coat of Mod Podge would protect it for a long time.
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If you want to make a statement cover some pumpkins in your arrangement with mums.
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Small gourds with a ribbon and bittersweet vine could become an awesome table runner.
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A group of tiny pumpkins clustered together on a wood trunk's slice would make a perfect, easy to move centerpiece.
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Surrond a candle lantern with little gourds, berries and colorful leaves.
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Cover the whole pumpkin with autumn blooms and put in on a cake stand. You'd only need to drill a bunch of holes in it.
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If you used pumpkins for fall decor you could paint them in black for Halloween. It's a great way to reuse them.
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Take a more natural approach with your pumpkin and turn it into a vase.
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Put jack-o-lantern in a transparent vase to get yourself simple yet original centerpiece.
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To make a gorgeous cetnerpiece you don't need much. Just some household items like candles, trays and bowls would do the trick.
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For a Fall or Halloween wedding decorate your tables with pumpkins covered with glitter to add a glamorous touch.