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4 Ways to Decorate a Round Table for Fall

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Fall is the start of my favorite time of year. I mean honestly I’m always ready for the changing of the seasons. But I think fall starts the fun time of year to decorate for!

4 Ways to Decorate a Round Table

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We have Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas. Plenty of reasons to switch up your decor and to throw get togethers with friends and family.

As fall hits, the hydrangeas are blooming in my garden. I grabbed a few flowers to decorate the kitchen table with and then just pulled things from my house.

If you have a big family table, check out this post for how to decorate a long table.

5 Ways to Decorate a Round Table for Fall

1. Tea Pot with Flowers

I love using unexpected things to hold flowers on a table. One of my favorite things to use, is a tea pot.

white tea pot holding hydrangeas and stick pumpkins on a round table

I like to use this classy white one. But any tea pot in any color would be fun. I placed some wicker pumpkin sticks that I found at Hobby Lobby to bring in the fall theme. I also used these same pumpkin sticks in my front door wreath.

I found these paper placemats at Hobby Lobby too. I just love how it brings in a pop of color to the table and also is safe for the kids!

2. Pumpkins in a Vase

I took a big clear vase that I had, stuck small white pumpkins in it and then added the hydrangeas. Simple, but so beautiful.

clear vase holding white pumpkins with hydrandeas

3. Small Vase

I found these small bottles at Target and thought it would make a cute centerpiece. This is actually the same bottles I used in my DIY propagation station!

But they also make cute vases. I added some cute pumpkins on the table too to bring in the theme.

4. Fun Centerpiece

The last centerpiece is just a fun one that I put together for my kids. My son found these cute scarecrows for just a dollar at Walmart. I knew they’d love seeing them on the table.

I took the big clear vase, put some pumpkins in it and then propped up the scarecrows. Put a couple pumpkins on the table just because. Both of the kids loved it. So I’d say it was a job well done!

Which centerpiece is your favorite?

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