Wedding centerpieces for fall

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Hello talented souls of the crafting & DIY world! We are getting married next Fall in Boston, MA- October. Need some great ideas for not wallet busting centerpieces! Ready and goooo! :)
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A nice set up from another Wedding.
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  • Holly R. Holly R. on Nov 08, 2014
    If you aren't already on Pinterest, I highly recommend it. you can search for wedding, or wedding DIY, and more specifically, fall or autumn wedding DIY. You are sure to get tons of inexpensive ideas. You can also follow my boards - Holly Revolledo . I have a lot of wedding boards, and also some things under events. Look through, I'm sure you'll find something you will love, or some inspiration. Best wishes to you.

  • Julies1949 Julies1949 on Nov 08, 2014
    Get out there right now and scoop up all the styrofoam pumpkins you can find at clearance prices. You can find these for pennies right now at the dollar store, Michael's, Joanns etc .These can be spray painted white, gold or silver, or even decorated with a chevron pattern. You can run them down the enter of the table, or elevate them on wood slabs or candleholders. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/336362665893244302/ http://www.pinterest.com/pin/552465079265876728/ http://www.pinterest.com/pin/283515739015367164/ http://www.pinterest.com/pin/495888608944471569/

  • Auntie Lin Auntie Lin on Nov 08, 2014
    Thank you!!!! I will be hitting all dollar & craft stores tomorrow!! I will also log back into Pinterest...for the first time in a few years!

  • Melissa Soucy Melissa Soucy on Nov 09, 2014
    My cousins daughter just got married and used a rustic theme for their wedding. the c tied around them enter pieces were white birch logs stood on end with holes .drilled in them and tea lights placed in holes. they put 3-5 in center of table with raffia than more small tea lights around table with fall colored leaves scattered on table. they also used small pie pumpkins cleaned out than filled with wild flowers and dried arrangements. they hung canning jars from the tent roof with colored wire and filled with pebbles and more tea lights also trimmed with raffia or twine. It was a beautiful wedding and very cost saving they got alot of ideas of pinterest. Happy Wedding

  • Melissa Leach Melissa Leach on Dec 15, 2014
    My daughter got married in October last year. We used white pumpkins she grew herself as the base for the centerpieces. The centerpieces were accented with faux Mercury glass vases and candle holders in assorted shapes and sizes. My daugher found the various sized pieces at thrift stores then applied a faux Mercury glass treatment. The vases were filled with assorted flower, in her colors. All this sat in a puddle of lace which were actually lace curtains she scored from another thrift shop. It didn't cost a lot but it looked magical! She also used various succulents she also grew. Table numbers were professionaly printed, attached to a wire with a clip and placed into one of the vases with flowers. Good luck! Our inspiration came from different pins found on Pinterest.

  • Orchidmg Orchidmg on Dec 15, 2014
    You can either use styrofoam balls and paint or spraypaint them orange, brown and gold and also get fake leaves and glue a few to the top of the 'pumpkins'. And then bet wooden dowels and paint them brown for the stem and cut them into 1 inch pieces and push with some glue into the top, centered. Or buy real small pumpkins and decorate with gold, white and brown paint or glitter. And then at the Dollar store buy votive candles and put 2-3 on each table among the pumpkins. And at a fabric store, get Autumn themed fabric to be runners on the tables.