Fall is the perfect time to rely on the grocer’s produce aisle, not your florist, for interesting table centerpieces. Last week we viewed a bounty of fruit inspired table decor. In today’s post we’ll play with our veggies – decorating with them instead of eating them.
Veg Out At The Table
Artichokes and a variety of squash fraternize with flowers in a charming wire basket.
Dried corn kernels keep a candle company (say that fast five times!).
White mini-pumpkins serve as candle holders while adding a natural elegance to the table.
Maize adds texture and color as a centerpiece and placecard.
A hollow pumpkin makes a perfect fall vase for flowers and foliage.
Artichoke, cabbage, squash and even small brussel sprouts host candles and flowers in this charming vignette.
The textures and shapes of the veggies provide added interest to this monochromatic display.
Green beans, asparagus and artichokes hug white candles.
A long rectangular swath of squash, candles and other naturals warm the table.
Veggies are elevated to new heights of elegance on glass pedestals with clouche tops.
Gilded gourds shine as a centerpiece – but don’t try eating them!
Put a smile on your family’s faces with this whimsical veggie grouping. Veggies are your friends!