Fall Floral Centerpiece

Fill a pumpkin with hydrangea to create an autumnal setting for your tabletop in minutes.
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This centerpiece offers a fast
fall look.

A cloud of hydrangea makes a beautiful presentation for the fall table when tucked into the top of a pumpkin. This natural centerpiece is ideal for grown-up Halloween festivities or any fall get-together.

What You Need:

  • Medium or large pumpkin
  • Sharp knife
  • Spoon
  • Fresh-cut or artificial hydrangea
  • Scissors


1. Cut a circle around the pumpkin stem. Scoop out the pumpkin using a spoon.

2. Cut the hydrangea stems. Use scissors to trim stems to an appropriate length to place inside the pumpkin. If using fresh-cut flowers, place a plastic liner in the pumpkin before arranging the flowers.

More Ideas:

  • Use miniature pumpkins and one sprig of hydrangea to make trims for individual place settings.
  • Fill the pumpkin with cattails, a mound of large pinecones, or interesting twigs.


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