Here are some ideas for fruit centerpieces for the fall. Materials used are fruits, flowers, and naturals, such as branches, leaves and nuts.
Decorating with natural materials can fit any style and budget.
Here pears, grapes and kumquats are grouped around a pineapple on a cakestand. Pineapple is a symbol for Welcome. The colors are within the fall range of hues.
Kumquats and the bright dish add a pop of color to the fall palette. The red fruit is a radish! Peel off part of the lime rinds in a spiral shape. Brush with lemon juice to prevent browning. To make the florets, cut the top third of the brussels sprouts, soak in water in the refrigerator for several hours, then peel back the leaves to make the petals. Arrange your mixed fruits and veggies with sprigs of nonedible juniper in a harvest-hue footed bowl to place on your Thanksgiving table.Rub a thin layer of vegetable oil on the radishes and limes to prevent them from drying out.
You will need:
Moss and red berries
wax strips or liquid wax
Place the pomegranate in a bucket filled with sand. Attach candles with wax strips or drip some liquid wax on top of pomegranate. Attach moss and berries around the pomegranate by tucking them inbetween the pomegranate and the bucket. Use glue if needed.
Which one is your favorite piece? If you make any of these, I would love to see them. Leave me a comment!