You can create this easy Fall wreath centerpiece diy project in less than 10 minutes.
Yep! It’s a fantastic quick and easy Fall wreath centerpiece.
Perfect to have on your dining table every day, or for when a nice dinner you’re having guests over.
The best part about this diy Fall centerpiece ~ you don’t need to be a super crafty person. Or even a slightly crafty person. It’s super easy!
Why? Because you don’t need to put much thought into it.
It’s simple, it looks great, and your friends won’t believe it took you less than 10 minutes to make.
Supplies for an Easy DIY Fall Wreath Centerpiece
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- Dried twig wreath
- Artificial flowers
How to Make a Wreath Centerpiece for Fall
Step 1: Select the wreath for your Fall centerpiece diy project
For your diy Fall centerpiece wreath, select one that is made with dried twigs or grapevines. It will enhance the look of your artificial flowers along with supporting the Fall theme.
I found a wreath with a small center hole, which I loved, as it had less space for the table surface underneath to be visible.
Step 2: Place a candle holder in the middle of your wreath
The key piece to this easy diy Fall centerpiece is the candlestick. It adds height and visual interest to the wreath.
You can place any type of candlestick in the middle of your wreath.
Since this is a Fall centerpiece, I would recommend a candlestick that compliments your Fall decorations and the artificial flowers you selected.
I went with a chunkier brass candle holder. I felt that the yellow tones would look great with the Fall colored flower bouquets I selected.
Step 3: Add a candle to the candlestick
Now place a candle in the candlestick. It’s important to do this now, so you have an idea of how many flowers to add to the wreath in step 5.
The color of your candle will also dictate the colors of your artificial flowers.
I find it’s easier to find fake flowers to match a candle color than trying to find a candle that’ll match your flowers.
Step 4: Place a fake flower around your candle
Adding a fake flower around the candlestick and candle will pull it together with the wreath. And it adds some visual interest to the height of your candle.
Just cut the flower off at the stem and then loop the stem around the candle. Since most artificial flower stems are wire, when you loop the step around the candle, it will hold its shape.
If you’re a person that appreciates simplicity, you could stop now and use this as your Fall wreath centerpiece.
Step 5: Decorate the wreath with artificial flowers
To complete your diy Fall wreath centerpiece, remove the flower blooms and leaves from your artificial flower bouquets.
Place them amongst the twigs of your wreath.
Since this Autumn centerpiece wreath will be sitting on your table, and not hanging on a door or wall, you don’t need to glue the flowers and leaves in place. Unless you want to.
You can just set them in between the twigs.
Make sure and add your flowers around the whole wreath. You want to ensure it looks good from every direction.
Step 6: Display your Fall wreath centerpiece
Once you’ve completed adding the flowers and leaves to the wreath, place your Fall wreath centerpiece diy project on your table.
Doesn’t it look great just by itself!
It’s a wonderful Autumn centerpiece that can be displayed all season long.
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