Use a cake tier to display fall fruit

Tierfully Beautiful

A tiered cake stand makes the perfect stage for a centerpiece with height and color.
Mix a variety of citrus fruits (lemons, clementines, oranges, limes, grapefruit) and fresh blooms to elegantly brighten the table.


Use pears to accentuate fall flowers

Perfect Pair

The combination of red and green pears complements the harvest-colored flowers. To fully connect the two, incorporate a layer of petals in to the bottom of the bowl, making sure they peak out ever so slightly.


A candy centerpiece

Sugarplum Fairies

Ideal for a children's party but festive enough for the grown-ups as well, this mix of peppermint trees and marshmallow snow transforms any table into a winter wonderland.


A pedestal stand presents food and acts as a centerpiece

Start Off Right

When serving breakfast to your guests, use a pedestal stand to both present your meal and decorate the table. This centerpiece mixes several types of fruit, but it would also work well with muffins, croissants, and scones.


A cookie tree

Sweet Treats

While you're baking this season, think about trying this idea. Tie decorated sugar cookies with ribbon to a miniature tree. Cookies can be nibbled on a day or two after hanging, but they'll continue to look good for weeks.


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