Even though more than a half of Autumn has passed by it’s still a good idea to make some new fall decorations. A lot of Nature’s gifts are already harvested so you can use them in these decorations. Table decorations are one of those that I’m really interested in because they can make gatherings with friends or family dinners cozy. Below you’ll find lots of ideas and tips to help you with such decorations including centerpieces, chandeliers, utensil’s wraps, bouquets, place cards, and many other cool arrangements. Some of them would also be useful for fall weddings and other celebrations.
Faux dahlias in a vase filled with pinecones makes perfect tabletop focal point.
You won't need more than 5 minutes to make such centerpiece.
Pumpkins, gourds and candles on tree stumps would be a great alternative to a simple table runner.
For a stylish monotone centerpiece mix several antlers, white pumpkins, tea lights and white hydrangeas. It'd work great for a sophisticated table setting.
For a glam touch, spray paint your pumpkins in gold. You can use them as it is or turn into a cute little vases.
Old wooden boards could become a beautiful rustic box you can fill with all these fall goodness.
Use a plad blanket instead of a traditional tablecloth to cozy up your outdoor dinner.
One or two rosemary twigs could become a great personal addition to a fall table setting that also smells great.
Print several "grateful, thankful, blessed" tags. Attach them to several little pumpkins using twine and put on a vintage cooking board to make a simple yet good looking Thanksgiving centerpiece.
Here is a cute idea to wrap utensils with acrylic felt in fall colors. It'd work perfect for your Thanksgiving table.
Candle lights is the best addition to any festive dinner. Wrap them in a DIY candle holders made from cupcake forms.
Pomegranate votives are easy to craft glowing and smelling centerpieces.
Wheat, a staple of the American farm, makes simple yet striking piece of fall decor, especially mixed with fresh flowers.
A "box of goodies" could easily be filled during this awesome season. Pumpkins, pears, apples, candles, berries and many other things could be fit there.
Plum isn't the most traditional autumn's color but it works nice paired with white pumpkins.
Add some amber hues to your festive table setting to make it more romantic.
Here is a super simple yet very effective fall centerpiece idea. Take a concrete bucket and stuff it with colorful fall blooms. Such centerpiece would be a vibrant color splash on any table.
Fill an oversized vase with tiny pumpkins and a bunch of twigs with leaves for to make a beautiful focal point.
Table décor isn’t just about what’s on the table, but what’s above too. This unique DIY chandelier besides simply looking great would also add some romantic lighting during the dinner.
For easy fall's arrangements grab a bunch of vases, stuff dried twigs in them and hang cute little pumpkins on these twigs.
To create sophisticated ambience, spray paint several pumpkins in white and use them as background for more traditional autumn's decorations, like berries, fallen leaves and so on.
Cranberries are great for decorating and coloring during the cooler months. Although you can start early and use them in fall's table settings too.
Create a "box of goodies" with all of your favorite fall accents and put in the middle of the table.
Take a hollow pumpkin and stuff it with a bunch of fallen leaves. You'll get yourself a nice looking fall centerpiece.
DIY pumpkin candle holders decorated with mountain-ash berries or raspberry is a really cheap way to create a beautiful fall centepiece if your budget tends to go more towards Halloween and Christmas.
Antlers is a great addition to any autumn's arrangement.
There are plenty of cool craft projects you can do with your kids during autumn. Some of them would be useful when you'd be decorating for a festive dinner.
Create crisp white foundation and add some fall colors with leaves, berries and pumpkins.
Keeping high objects on one end and draped table runner down the other, creates the effect of a waterfall. Btw, stacked pumpkins works well as for porch decorating as for different indoor arrangements.
Crisp red color of chili peppers looks good mixed with colors of fall's blooms.
Add some pears to the mix. We all love these fall-flavored fruits.
Grab a bunch of tall vases and have fun creating your own beautiful compositions. Pumpkins and leaves are first things that come in mind when choosing the filling for these vases.
Nix the candles and use the candles' pedestals for pumpkins! That would give dimension to your table design.
Fill an oversize jug with branches of leaves cut from the yard for a free centerpiece.
Cake stands are perfect things to make fall centerpieces. Simply put some pumpkins, pears or apples on them and you're good to go.
Take an interesting piece of a tree from your backyard, put it in a vase and add some hanging ancorns on it. Such DIY centerpiece would look awesome on any festive fall dinner.
Wrap a candle in a bunch of cinnamon sticks and you got yourself a rustic piece of decor that would look great in any autumn's arrangement. Besides as a bonus it'd smell nice too.
Fill a vase with kumkvats, add some spruce twigs and pinecones, wrap it in a piece of ribbon and you got yourself a beatuiful centerpiece as for fall as for winter.
Print a bunch of leaf stencils and cut felt leaves using them. These leaves would make a perfect garland or you can simply glue to the table cloth.
Cute scrapbook paper is the most quick and simple way to add a seasonal twist to traditional things like candle holders.
Sunflowers are a quintessential fall flower. You can use them to add sunny accents throughout your whole home. For festive dinners simply put them in an oversized jug and enjoy!