INSIDE : Learn how to make an Affordable Fall Acorn Centerpiece to help set a pretty Autumn table. It is perfect for bringing color and style to your dining room or mantel.
This post has been updated since it’s original publish date of October 2018.
I love being able to set a pretty table during the fall season. I partnered with Oriental Trading to share how to make this Affordable Fall Acorn Centerpiece! I adore the colors and the combination of nature and modern elements like a gold vase.
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What supplies do I need to make a Fall Acorn Centerpiece?
Good job for asking what supplies you will need to make this acorn centerpiece! Be sure to head over to Oriental Trading’s Fun365 site to see my full tutorial post and supply list for these cute little Acorn Vases. The flowers are just mine, hee hee.
Another thing I love about DIY centerpieces and decor is that you can make them ANY COLOR that speaks to you!
I have done so many different colors for our Thanksgiving Dinner and no matter your style or color this project will work for you!
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How precious are these colorful acorns? I bought a few bags and painted them to fit in with my orchid and peach colors for this table.
I also loved the way the gold vase pops against the organic acorn elements. Being able to combine modern and natural elements is my favorite. Plus, those purple spider mums are really just such gorgeous show stoppers, wouldn’t you agree?!!
Being able to combine the color of this fun centerpiece with the simple graphic black and white striped napkins and table runner is the perfect final touch!
If you are looking for a fun way to bring color and whimsy to your fall or even Thanksgiving table, be sure to head to Oriental Trading’s Fun365 site for more information!
If you’re curious to check out all my Oriental Trading projects, you can head over here!