3 Fall Elements to Add to Your DIY Centerpieces

The weather is finally getting colder and what’s a better way to welcome the chilly weather like Fall DIY Centerpieces!

Centerpieces are a nice way to spice up any room. Here are 5 elements to include to your DIY centerpieces:


Fall means harvest season, so why not use pumpkins! Our favorite and easy centerpiece DIY is painting our pumpkins.

First, remove the top of the pumpkins and clean the inside. To add elegance to the table, paint your pumpkins gold and white. This color combo will help brighten up any room. Lastly, place any florals to your liking. Tall branches will add height to the decor, while silvery leaves makes it versatile for autumn and winter.

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Candles are great if you want to create a warm ambience. This next DIY is a sure way to warm up your guests. If you really want to impress your guests, then we suggest placing the candles inside the pumpkin. Place it so the candle is exposed and not hidden. Make it simple placing the candles on a wooden board surrounded by winter berries and fruits. 

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Winter berries

Winter berries are great because they compliment everything. It's small accent pulls centerpieces together. Winter berries can be place surrounding candles, pumpkins, and flowers. Another way is wrapping them around objects like pumpkins or candles. What's great about these little berries is that they come in multitudes of colors, from red to glittery silver- the options are endless!

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Two Weeks In... Keep The Magic Going

Months, (maybe even years) have gone by and you have been plugged, sprayed, pulled and designed to look like a fairy tale queen. Did you forget something? The GROOM silly! Don’t let the stress of planning your big day you are sharing with your love ruin the magic you two have now. Let’s face it, you are marrying him for a reason! 

Here are some things to do to keep the romance alive. 

1. Schedule date night

Whether you schedule a wine and dine at your favorite restaurant OR you do a cooking class together. Try going to the restaurant you went to on your first date. 

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2. Couples massages

 At, we offer great packages for relaxing massages you and your partner to be can enjoy together.



3.  Plan your Bachelor/Bachelorette party together

It can be fun doing a co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party. I personally used a party bus with all our friends. Or try a group dinner.

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4.  Work out together


Want to get in shape together for the big day? Try running a few miles a week together or doing weights. Also, create a diet plan to support each other to be healthy and happy for the big day.