6 Easy and Affordable Fall Centerpieces That You Can Make Yourself

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Here are 6 easy and affordable fall centerpieces that you can make yourself. These beautiful centerpieces are affordable yet elegant too.

Are you looking for some fall inspiration? Well, you came to the right place. I love all things fall.

Each year, I enjoy changing things up a bit. I may use different colors for fall décor. It is fun to use non-traditional colors.

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Today, I am honored to be joining some of my blogger friends to bring you some early fall decor ideas for your home. Thank you to my dear friend, Pasha at Pasha Is Home for hosting. If you don’t follow her, you should. Pasha has a gorgeous home and has wonderful styling tips.

Early Fall Decor Inspiration

If you have come over from good friend, Kim at Cottage In The Mitten, welcome. Her tablescape for fall was gorgeous. I love the colors she used. Be sure to check it out!

Decorating for the fall does not need to break the bank. Fall centerpieces are the perfect way to add neutrals or pops of colors to your space.

I have some great easy and affordable fall centerpieces ideas that you can make yourself. Why buy expensive arrangements? Let me show you how to make some for your home.

6 Easy and Affordable Centerpieces You can Make on your own.

I love using fresh fruit in my decorations for the season. This table scape can be done indoors or outside. A throw is draped on the table with apples scattered.

Vegetables or fruits can be used as vessels for floral arrangements. Try using a pumpkin or cabbage with box wood clippings from your yard.

I bought greens at the local market for $4. The bunch of sunflowers from the Amish market for $5.

14 Easy DIY Fall Centerpiece Idea

Another easy and affordable centerpiece is placing pears or apples in a large bowl or antique soup tureen. Fall is the season for apple picking. I love baking with apples in the fall. Why not use them in a simple centerpiece?

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Create a grouping of fall items and incorporate a vase of flowers from your garden or the local market. Shop your house to use want you have in fall decorations. Adding a riser with your grouping adds visual interest and draws your eyes to look over the objects.

DIY Fall Centerpiece

I love to use Hydrangeas that have been dried from yard. They are great affordable items for centerpieces. Check out my post on how to dry Hydrangeas here.

Using faux greenery for fall

If you do not have a green thumb, no worries. Try adding faux branches to a vase that you own.

Using faux greenery for fall

Use any gift cards you may have or coupons from Target to snag a few branches. I am using four stems here. This vase has a large opening. The trick is to insert a smaller vase inside. You will use less stems/branches.

I use shipping paper and bubble wrap to secure my vase.

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Buy your floral stems on sale. I bought these stems for 90% off clearance. Six stems at 60 cents for each piece!

I used the same hack as the other large vase. This smaller vase fits nicely without the need for bubble wrap or brown paper.

Easy DIY Fall Centerpiece Idea

If you love plants and have them around the house, here is an easy centerpiece. Add a seasonal pick. It does not get any easier!

You can just leave it on the table and add an inexpensive pumpkin pick. This grapevine pumpkin pick is from Hobby Lobby and is 40% off.

14 Easy DIY Fall Centerpiece Ideas

You can even add a few beads tucked into your plant for some added texture.

Another favorite item to use in tablescapes is a lantern. It is the perfect item for a quick and easy centerpiece.

14 Easy DIY Fall Centerpiece Ideas - Lantern

Above is a wooden open lantern that can hold a large candle or try using a vase with florals. Try pairing tea lights on each side. You could even put a pumpkin in the center of this open lantern.

One of my favorite items to use in creating a centerpiece is a cloche. I use one all the time in my house. This one has a large glass dome.

Cloche - 6 Easy and Affordable Fall Centerpieces

Here I have dried some sunflowers and placed one in a nest. A couple dried flowers are next to the terra cotta pot. It is easy to change out your centerpiece from summer to fall by switching out a couple of items.

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It is perfect to hold a mercury glass pumpkin. I have a timer tea light inside with a few burlap leaves. A very easy affordable centerpiece that you can make with items you may have on hand. If you do not have a cloche, add a wreath on the wooden tray. Place the pumpkin in the center.

Hope you enjoyed these 6 easy and affordable fall centerpieces that you can make yourself. These centerpieces can be placed on a dining table, coffee or console table or the kitchen island. Have fun creating your fall centerpieces!

Shop My Favorite Fall Items

Please stop over to my wonderful friend, Wendy at WM Design House to see her beautiful fall DIY idea. You will love it!

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Have an wonderful day, sweet friend!

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27 Comments

  1. Super ideas. I love your pretty floral arrangements and I like the real plants too. I think my favorite is the cloche. I really like using a cloche and you don’t see them too often lately. Great post.

    1. Me too, Robyn. It’s always a treat for me to be joining you in a tour together. I love my cloches. You know how much fun they are to style.

  2. Tammy, what wonderful fall arrangements you have shared. They are all beautiful, but I do love that sunflower under the cloche the most. And the texture on the pot…… I am drooling. The darn squirrels stole all of my sunflowers, so I am going to have to buy some to dry.

    1. Wendy, those darn squirrels! They get into my flower gardens too. I had to buy bird seeds with hot pepper so they stay out of my feeders. It does not bother the birds.

  3. Tammy, these are all beautiful centerpieces! I’ve been wanting to add fresh fruit to my table setting and you have inspired me to do so! Thank you for the inspiration!

    1. Norma, using fresh fruit in a table setting is so beautiful and affordable. I cannot wait to see what you do! Thank you for your sweet words.

  4. Oh my goodness. Each idea is So pretty, Tammy. I especially love the centerpiece idea with the pumpkins and sunflowers. It is absolutely stunning and like something straight out of a magazine. Happy to be hopping with you this week. Pinned!

  5. Tammy ~ You’re so talented, my friend! Thank you for sharing all of this amazing fall inspiration! I especially love the little white riser and I’m definitely going to add a pumpkin pick to a plant!

  6. Such gorgeous ideas- you had me at sunflowers! I love how you combined pumpkins, apples, and flowers together for the first centerpiece. It’s stunning! And the little cloche with the sunflowers is so charming.

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