Whether you're planning a big wedding or a small dinner party, these statement-makers won't disappoint.
Dark foliage plays off lighter blooms in peach and white to create an intense, yet beautiful fall arrangement, like this one by Sarah Winward.
Pumpkins and antlers get a grownup makeover in this centerpiece by French Kissed.
Pinks, reds and whites are go-tos for floral centerpieces, but throw in a few darker, red-wine tones and the bouquet (which we spotted on Ruffled) becomes autumn appropriate.
White pumpkins and creamy candles play off of greenery in Sand & Sisal's understated centerpiece.
Utilize a stone planter to hold a collection of deep purple flowers, and the result is a statement-maker (like this one from Rustic Wedding Chic) it for any fall dinner party
Keep pumpkins in play throughout the season with a gold centerpiece like this one from M Pression Interior Design.
As seen on Design Dump, a few rust-colored leaves can be tucked into a bouquet of white roses for a centerpiece that brings the outdoors in
Style Me Pretty proves that faux antlers and burgundy roses make for an undeniably romantic centerpiece, especially when paired with a series of lit tapers.
A centerpiece heavy on white and green tones (seen here on Glitter Guide) may not scream autumn, but there's always a a place for the understated look.