How to arrange your white pumpkins and fall flowers for an update on Autumn Decor
GREIGE DESIGN - white pumpkin centerpiece - totally in love with all things that she puts together. Being a lover of all things in the home monochromatic, and not at all into store bought and traditional seasonal decor, I am all over these gorgeous, natural, pale and white and lovely centerpieces. Yum yum yum.
one charming party - i love the idea of using a pumpkin as a vase!!
Here are some stoppable links and ideas to get a similar look or use these elements to create something all of your own:
Tie in a burlap runner when arranging your centerpiece on a long skinny dining room table.
Use local bought gourds and other interesting fall vegetables- think acorn squash, etc. Arrange them with twigs and various sized leaves (check your backyard!!)
Arrange everything in a reclaimed wood tray. Don't be afraid to let some leaves or berries spill over the side.
A strand of white pip berries would look great in a tray or wound throughout the centerpiece arrangement.
Use the pumpkin as a vase - it's super easy to put together and looks great.
Set some white pillar candles around. Votives in glass containers look great, too! Maybe even a mason jar? Especially if you're using that burlap runner! Be careful when lighting so that none of the springs of leaves are in the way! You can also find battery operated candles that look completely real and pose no risk.
Use fresh flowers (including ones that you wouldn't think of typically for fall)... like white or cream roses, tulips, hydrangeas, spider mums, and calla lilies.
Incorporate of pop of color, maybe in a hobnail vase in blue or teal, or with a splash of more traditional fall colors by using peach roses or orange spider mums.
I'm not usually a dried flower fan, but using dried hydrangeas with those pale pumpkins looks amazing.
fall decor - white pumpkins and fall flowers - threestudios.net
And of course, don't forget the pumpkins!! Two easy(er) to find white pumpkins are lumina and baby boo varieties. I've even lucked out a couple times and found them at local grocers! No such luck on the pretty grey and almost blue pumpkins, though- has anyone in the Charlotte area found any? Please comment and share!