Velvet Pumpkin Centerpiece

For Fall table top decor, I love this simple velvet pumpkin centerpiece for a pop of color and a simple, uncluttered look.

velvet pumpkin centerpiece

I’m a bit late into October to be just now mentioning my velvet pumpkin centerpiece, but I am just now getting around to dressing my Fall table! It is nothing fancy, but it adds a touch of color and a simple Fall table scape that will last through Thanksgiving.

This is my second year to use velvet pumpkins for Fall decor. I pulled them out this year, added a few new touches, and I am done decorating tables until Christmas season!

Velvet pumpkins are fabulous. I found these last year at Home Goods & T.J. Maxx and painted the stems gold. I haven’t seen any velvet pumpkins this year in local stores. Here are a few I’ve found online.

velvet pumpkin centerpiece

Blessing Beads add a neat touch to any centerpiece. I simply draped mine over one of the velvet pumpkins so that the gold cross would show. Blessing beads are found in mostly specialty shops and boutiques. Some Etsy shops have blessing beads similar to mine; I link to them below.

Gold hurricanes with flameless candles flank my centerpiece. I love adding touches of gold, and these pillar hurricanes are perfect. Although I prefer the look of real candle, I caved to the convenience of flameless when I saw them at Pottery Barn on every display table in the store last year. They are convenient, especially when you have a long party and don’t want to worry about dripping wax or forgetting to extinguish the candles.

Salt & Pepper Shakers are another way I love to add a small touch of seasonal decor. For Fall, these pine cones in gold and silver are what I put on the table. I love salt & pepper shakers and always have them on tables. These came from West Elm, and I link to them and a few other Fall faves below.

If you have any Fall tabletop ideas that you’d love to share, please do! I love scrolling Pinterest and seeing all the lovely ideas. As always, thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!