When decorating for Fall (or any Holidays, for that matter), I like to use thrifted finds and/or vintage pieces. Today, I am going to combine both in making a Vintage and Thrifted Fall Centerpiece.
It is so easy and only takes a few components.
What you will need to make a Vintage and Thrifted Fall Centerpiece:
1 vintage champagne bucket
several various greenery stems
1 faux pumpkin
While shopping for pieces to make an Embroidery Hoop Wreath, I found the greenery for this centerpiece.
Using a variety of greenery in my centerpieces creates texture and variety. Everything from fern to eucalyptus was looking good for what I had in mind.
I found this vintage silver champagne bucket at a thrift store for around $10. To say I was ecstatic is an understatement!
The pumpkin was orange when I purchased it. Painting it white was going to bring out the look I was hoping for.
My first step was to place the pumpkin on the vintage champagne bucket and make sure it was level and straight.
Then, I carefully added my greenery stems.
Layering the greenery and alternating varieties was what I could picture in my mind. Being pleased with my finished centerpiece, I used it in a few of my Fall tablescapes, last year.
As you may have noticed, this is not a permanent centerpiece. Because I like to use the vintage champagne bucket in all my seasonal decorating. Then I can easily and effortlessly create a whole new, fresh look for any season, party or event.
You can easily create a more permanent centerpiece by using floral foam in the bucket and sticking your greenery stems directly into it.
I hope I have inspired you to create your own Vintage and Thrifted Fall Centerpiece. AND, I hope you enjoy yours as much as I have sharing with you.
Thanks for stopping by!