Fabulous Fall Centerpieces

This Sunday marks the official very first day of fall. Whether we’re ready or not, we’ve got to let go of the summer and start embracing that slight chill in the air. What better way to do so than by adding some fall chic to your tables? It doesn’t matter if you’re just doing it because you want to add a little fall flare to your home or if you’re hosting a dinner or get together. Don’t worry, it doesn’t take a whole lot of time or effort to create a Savvy Chic table centerpiece!


Apples are a definite sign of fall! Create a great centerpiece by arranging apples of all shades in a pot like above or you can even place them in a clear cylinder vase.


Do you have a favorite faux flower arrangement that you love to pull out year after year? This year place it in a vase and surround it with different size pillar candles in fall shades such as red, orange or hunter green. Add a little more fall time accent by wrapping the vase in twine!


Mini pumpkins and apples are plentiful this time of year, take advantage of their beauty by displaying them in a serving tray. Make it a little more formal by adding pillar candles on rustic candle holders and even placing a pumpkin on a cake stand. You probably already have most of these in your house already!



Candle lanterns are a favorite in the fall and winter months for decoration. There is so much you can do with them! For this fall grab a bag of faux leaves from the craft store to wrap around candles with twine and displaying them inside and outside of the lanterns.



This centerpiece is perfect for a dinner party! Take a thick tree branch and drill holes about 6 inches apart that are big enough to fit tea lights. Then decorate around the branch with festive pumpkins, acorns and fall leaves.

How do you like to decorate your table for fall? 


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