DIY Fall Centerpiece
Last week I shared a colourful (and tasty!) Thanksgiving table scape and a fruit filled centrepiece. A warm wood accent, pops of gold and brass and colourful natural accents stand out on a neutral palette and I just love how inviting and warm this whole look is.
As promised, today I wanted to share how I put together this show stopping centrepiece so you can get the look for yourself.
To make this gorgeous centrepiece, here's what you'll need:
-Wooden tray, I used this one
-An assortment of fresh fruit, I used 4 of each: oranges, apples, plums, peaches and a few grapes
-An assortment of greenery - I picked up two pkgs of green filler from the grocery store for $10
That's all you need!
Start by trimming the greenery into smaller sections for accents in the centrepiece. I started off with the larger fruits - the apples and oranges then filled in the gaps with the smaller peaches and plums. The greenery is easy to insert and use to prop up the other fruit. There's no right or wrong way to do this, just play around with different configurations until you find what looks best. I placed the grapes last, using them like the greenery, to prop up and hold in place the other fruits.
When you're done you'll have a gorgeous, colourful and edible centrepiece that will add color and major wow factor to your fall table setting. What do you think of this easy DIY? Happy arranging!