These centerpieces are great for the Fall wedding season! Use natural elements like leaves, pinecones, and twigs to get this effect! (To make sure the leaves don't brown, you can get fake ones from craft stores and spray with a fire proof spray!
inexpensive fall decor ideas - Cut long branches with colored leaves still attached (see instructions above to prevent bringing bugs into your home). Place in a tall vase or an umbrella stand. Be sure the branches are proportionate to the vase or stand.
A wheat wreath reflects your Midwest heritage. Insert dried sheaves into a foam wreath form, then dress up your wreath by slipping the stems of golden maple leaves into the spaces between wheat heads. Use leaves sparingly for the best effect.
DIY - Bittersweet Vines and Chinese Lantern Wreath - Twist the vines into a circle, then wrap the circle around a wire wreath form. Tuck in Chinese lanterns for a dramatic pop of color. Secure the stems and any loose pods with dots of hot glue.
For fairy party, hang die cut butterflies.Thanksgiving Tree: Have each guest write what they are thankful for on a leaf and hang it on the Thankful tree. Add to your Thankful Tree each year for a special and ever growing centerpiece.
Hanging Gourd Vase-Decorate your front gate or porch railing with a natural hanging vase made from a swan gourd. Just cut a to hole near the gourd's neck, then hollow out enough space for fall flowers such as mums, black-eyed Susans, and Virginia creeper.