Let’s be honest. Pumpkins are a staple of autumn. The classic pumpkin orange matches the colors of many leaves that fall to the ground. They are the companions of black cats and trick-or-treaters on Halloween. They make great cakes and desserts at the holiday table. So, what’s more appropriate for the fall table than pumpkin centerpiece ideas.
32 Inviting Pumpkin Centerpiece Ideas to brighten any occasion
Pumpkins are extremely versatile. Quiet, they can sit in many angles to give everyone at the table a beautiful view. Cut open, make a great flower holder or a classic Halloween light. While the most popular in orange, white and speckled pumpkins offer new options for color schemes. Of course, if you do not find a pumpkin in a color that you like, you can always paint it. Or do it with glitter. You will see all this and more with these pumpkin centerpiece ideas.
These pretty little pumpkins go well with other items to make your centerpiece or table decoration unique. Add some cranberry vines, pine branches or cones for a contrast color and texture. In all colors, wine balls work well against the ribbed pumpkin appearance. Glass, crystal and silver cups are just a few options for the display. Do not forget, ribbon and bows. Use these pumpkin centerpiece ideas as your inspiration this fall.
1. Pumpkins make big vases
This elegant centerpiece celebrates autumn with every component. A faux pumpkin serves as a vase, and silk flowers and berry trunks are arranged inside. The foam can be used in the bottom of the pumpkin to keep the flowers in place. This classy design can be adapted for everything from fall weddings to the kitchen table.
2. Pumpkins Plus Rustic elements make a unique centerpiece
To bring the beauty of nature into the house, try this arrangement. A large, rustic wooden bowl forms the stage for a smorgasbord of autumn’s bounty. Try to vary the sizes and textures of each element for maximum effect. The color also plays a role, and the introduction of several shades of green and brown is reminiscent of the forest floor.
3. Berries, leaves and pumpkins abundant
Skip the bowl and vase and use a wooden plank as a holder for pumpkins, pumpkin and berry stems. A base of colorful autumn leaves underlines this arrangement with a touch of texture. This centerpiece would look good on large or long tables.
4. Glitter and Gold Centerpiece with Pumpkins
For those who prefer a more glamorous interpretation of an autumn theme, try this centerpiece. It shines with gold and glitter, and the pumpkins turn from boring to glamorous like Cinderella does. The use of white pumpkins with gold accents keeps things tasteful, and the alternate gold design on one or two pumpkins lends interest.
5. Just the right touch of plain white
Increase expectations by using white pumpkins and everything else orange. This centerpiece makes white pumpkins a star, contrasting them with orange and red berry stalks, orange tablecloths and a gorgeous orange tablecloth. The wrapping of the pumpkins in the berry stalks offers a certain contrast in the texture and size and really compensates for the color difference.
7. Succulents stand out against orange
Bring southwestern flavor with beautiful green succulents into an autumn centerpiece. Using an artificial pumpkin base, arrange a variety of succulents on top. Succulents give this design a compact appearance due to its down to earth nature. The green shades contrast with the bright orange of the pumpkin.
8. Classic Gold with an Autumn Twist
For a special autumn dinner you bring a subtle romance with these pumpkins. Spray paint pumpkins and pine cones in gold, and add small votive candle holders that have golden spots. Gold berry branches add some texture and interest and bring a softer element. A rustic burlap runner gives it dimension.
10. Wheat and pumpkin TableScape
This cozy look has serious charm. Find a slightly scuffed jug at your local thrift store, arrange wheat stalks in it, and surround the base with small pumpkins. A simple serving tray brings this centerpiece together. This centerpiece would look awesome if a day-to-day kitchen table evoked a nostalgic sense of harvest time.
11. A simple wire basket filled with pumpkins
This centerpiece is simple but beautiful. Keep it modern by using a wire basket to hold white pumpkins interspersed with green branches. Because of its simplicity, this design would look at home in a cave or living room, as it would not distract from other decors. It is also suitable for anyone who prefers minimalist styles and wants little fuss.
12. Silver and white are the joy of autumn
Perfect for an upscale dining experience, this centerpiece uses elegant white and silver pumpkins to create a fairy-tale atmosphere. The monochromatic color can be offset by glittering pearl structures, and woven hemp balls add a subtle contrast to the otherwise glittering appearance. Silver candlesticks and cake stands can be used to vary the height of these beautiful items.
13. Flowers galore highlighted in unique white vase
Small but lively, this floral arrangement uses the colors of autumn flowers. With a white ceramic pumpkin vase, the season signals, while small autumn branches are packed tightly at the top. Although it differs from the usual fall palette with warm colors, the shades of Deep Purple, Green and Fuchsia combine for a subtle fall look.
14. Clear vases highlight pumpkin color
Here is a unique and easy way to present your fall spirit. Drop small pumpkins into large cylindrical vases for a stacked look. You can try to keep colors together for a bold look or to change them for a more harmonious feel. The height of the vases may vary depending on your preference, but the variety in height and color make this centerpiece a modern eye-catcher.
15. Candle bases raise floral displays
Use weathered or rustic candle holders to add size and size to your centerpiece. Notice how the candlesticks carry a traditional pumpkin and flower decoration, transforming it into something more decadent. To join the elements together, use loose leaves as the basis for the pumpkin arrangements when you place them on the candlesticks.
16. Subtle white and gray tones Extend the autumn display
Just because you prefer a more neutral, unobtrusive style, you do not have to forego a case centerpiece. This look consists of painted white and gray pumpkins of different sizes standing in front of fresh leaves and dried pine cones. The color scheme is neutral, but by no means muted. The different textures used under the pumpkins help this centerpiece to shine.
17. Pumpkins make big ornaments
Great for a fall decoration outdoor, attach strings to small pumpkins and hang them from a small tree shape anchored by a mug full of birdseed. Not only the birds will love it, it’s also an easy way to announce the season on a deck or porch. This centerpiece is easy to take home and still looks stunning in the kitchen or dining room.
18th autumn flowers pop against white base
Think vertically for this arrangement. Using the classic white pumpkin as the vase, this centerpiece contains some of the loudest and colorful flowers of autumn, such as sunflowers and chrysanthemums. Accentuate the flowers with a canvas bow and add more height by introducing thin green and tall berry stalks. The color scheme is traditionally autumn but still bangs.