I enjoy putting a centerpiece for a table together,
especially if it’s easy, casual,
and includes a little of nature’s bounty!
For my Pfaltzgraff Plymouth Dinnerware table, I gathered
pumpkins, leaves, apples, nuts, and mums.
I started with a Better Homes and Gardens
Wire Pumpkin Tealight Holder
I harvested at Walmart a couple of weeks ago for $9.96!
I built my centerpiece on a board, but you could use a tray, shallow basket, or dough bowl. I added a couple of grapevine wreaths to stack, for some elevation for the tealight holder to sit on, and to give the centerpiece some height.
I used a combination of real and faux, since pumpkins and gourds weren’t available when I was working on this table.
Apples, acorn squash, nuts, and mums were harvested from the grocery store. I added fall leaves from artificial floral stems, since our leaves won’t turn here until the end of October.
A bowl in the center of the tealight
holder is filled with nuts and squash.
And mugs were used as vases
to hold mums at the table.