Fall Centerpiece Ideas to Decorate Your Table

It’s getting to that part of the year where the air is getting crisper, the leaves are changing color, and perhaps you’re swapping your iced coffee for pumpkin spiced lattes.

Fall is upon us once again! It’s time to put away your summer decor in favor of something more cold-weather appropriate. Honestly, we think fall is one of the best seasons. It’s all about rugging up, getting cozy, and embracing beautiful warm color palettes

 

fresh persimmon dusty miller bittersweet fall centerpiece
Add fall colors to your table: This wood bowl is filled with fresh persimmons on a bed of Dusty Miller. Twigs of Oriental bittersweet add a little height and airy feel. (via Pinterest)

The next few months are the best time to introduce warm, earthy and bold colors (think: deep reds, yellows, oranges and browns) to your home by way of floral arrangements and vases.

 

classic urn fall wedding centerpiece blue jasmine floral
Pair burgundy amaranth, deep purple scabiosa, pink tulips and magenta roses with juicy pomegranates and plums. (via Blue Jasmine Floral)

We love this black urn –– look closely and you’ll see the lion heads carved into the handles for an extra touch of vintage chic. It would look great with orange tulips and mini gourds too, and you could also repurpose it as a candy bowl!

 

Maybe you’re planning a fall wedding, a decadent Halloween celebration, a family Thanksgiving, … or you just want to decorate your home for the season. Well, we’ve got you covered! 

 

Here are our top picks of vases and floral arrangements that are perfectly suited to fall.

 

Fall Wedding Centerpieces

Fall weddings are all about embracing the colors of the season. Warm tones, a lot of gold and bronze accents, and rustic textures. 

And when it comes to designing your wedding decor, your reception table centerpieces and settings are the most important thing. This is where your guests will be spending most of their time, so every detail counts!

 

If you’re searching for the perfect table toppers, look no further than our antique brass vases. They come in two sizes to keep things interesting, but aren’t so high they block anyone’s view. Fill them with flowers that match the rest of your decor for a harmonious look. 

 

fall floral arrangement with herbs and dahlias flower magazine sidra forman
The flower list: ‘Pat Feary’ dahlias, ‘Hollyhill Black Beauty’ dahlia, ‘Kentucky Colonel’ spearmint, Lemon verbena, and Marjoram. (Sidra Forman for flower magazine)

Another option is to go for a subtle vase that blends seamlessly into the background. You’ve spent a lot of money on a wedding florist, after all, so you want your flowers to be the star of the show! 

 

This is where our diamond-cut glass vases would come in handy, or any of our glass flower compotes. This sturdy bowl/vase combo is a perfect option for your wedding bouquets –– it’s elegant but unobtrusive. 

 

Dark blue denim table linens and a compote with jewel-toned blooms by Putnam & Putnam. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

Then again, centerpieces don’t have to be all about the flowers. It’s fall, after all, so maybe you’d prefer to decorate with leaves and small tree branches, for a more rustic and idyllic feel. 

 

fall leaves arrangement in a garden urn
Use fall foliage! A pair of garden urns with large leafy branches that are turning color is perfect for the wedding ceremony or the cocktail hour and reception bar. (via Inspired By This)

We’re obsessed with this statement centerpiece which works so well on a square table –– a tall glass vase filled with a bundle of leaf-studded branches. It makes for quite a breathtaking look, right?

 

Japanese maple branches showing off their fall colors in this modern and elegant setting. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

The best thing is that our cylinder glass vases come in a variety of different sizes. Choose one that’s right for you, or get a bunch in different heights to create levels on your table. 

 

anthurium centerpiece with painted monstera leaf martha weddings
Try a painted monstera leaf, spiky tricolor dracaena, anthuriums, garden roses, carnations, forget-me-nots, and a banana blossom in a cane vase, for a fall palette in warmer climates. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

 

Halloween Centerpieces

The standard Halloween colors are black and orange, bats, cats, and witches, with pumpkins. Skip the some of the conventional decorations this year, and instead embrace some classy vases and flowers that really elevate the theme. 

pheasant feathnt black hydrangea black oak leaf gothic halloween arrangemenbt
A black glass vase with a black and purple florals and pheasant feathers. For this gothic arrangement, spray paint silk hydrangeas and oak leaf branches. (via Pinterest)

While flowers are kind of the opposite of ‘spooky vibes’, you can definitely lean into the Halloween energy with creeper vines and dead plants. 

 

Celebrating decay for Halloween. (via Gardenista)

How cool does this wild grapevine look in our black and gold vase? Our favorite thing about this piece is its versatility – you can really use it year-round! In fact, it would also look great at a fall wedding. 

 

Thanksgiving Table Centerpieces

Decorating for Thanksgiving dinner always comes down to how you dress your table. Should you go for a centerpiece, or break it up with a bunch of smaller vases and candles?

If you’re going for a more welcoming and warm vibe, it’s a good idea to mix and match smaller decor pieces. You don’t want anything too big –– people still need to see across the table after all!

 

We love the idea of mixing small gold-rimmed glass votive holders with brass cups that look great filled with flowers or leaves. A combination of vases of different heights makes the setting a bit more interesting, don’t you think?

 

Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a statement piece to put in the middle of the table, you’re going to want to go for something shallow but wide. 

 

dahlia and green berry centerpiece
White and green is forever elegant. Get the look with a gold pedestal bowl, creamy dahlias, trailing green berries, and carnations. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

This brass urn is perfect for big blooms and low flower arrangements –– the polished finish adds a hint of subtle shine that contrasts with your florals. 

 

Or maybe you’re doing a more casual Thanksgiving this year. You don’t need something too decorative but are in the market for more chill and homely decor. How about these clear glass vases

a cozy and relaxed thanksgiving tablescape without flowers
Our take on a pareddown Scandinavian scene (no flowers necessary) gets its warmth from raw linen and the glow of beeswax candles. An informal arrangement of mottled gourds, leather-trimmed hurricane lanterns, and whole nuts ready for the cracking makes a casually gorgeous centerpiece. – Martha Stewart Living. Get the how-to.

They’re perfect for long-stemmed flowers, tall candles, or small bouquets, and you don’t have to worry about them clashing with other decor you’ve chosen. 

 

Looking for more inspiration? We’ve got a massive range of vases, candle holders, and centerpieces to suit any and every fall occasion. 

 

And while you’re here, why not browse our collection of silk flowers? Decorating your wedding reception or Thanksgiving table with artificial flowers can really help cut down on costs –– and reduce a lot of stress.

 

We even offer wholesale options, so get in touch if you need some help planning the perfect decor.