White Pumpkin Centerpieces for a Wedding.
‘Tis the season.
Nothing solidifies the arrival of autumn like the sight of pumpkins at the farmers market and on neighborhood doorsteps. And thankfully, this round, seasonal produce also fits seamlessly into fall wedding decor, from organic aisle accents to unexpected tabletop details. But you don’t have to completely commit to a rustic theme in pesanan to embrace pumpkin wedding decor—the versatile fruit (yes, it’s a fruit!) comes in a range of sizes and colors, including white and pretty pastel tones. So whether you’re having a Halloween wedding, throwing a country-style bash or taking a more elegant, subtle approach with your fall decor, here are some of our favorite ways to use pumpkins at weddings.
- 1 1. Wedding Welcome Signage with Pumpkins
- 2 2. Pumpkin Wedding Ceremony Aisle Markers
- 3 3. Painted Pumpkins with Lantern
- 4 4. Black Pumpkin Wedding Aisle Marker with Gold Star Glitter
- 5 5. Wedding Flower Arrangement with Pumpkins
- 6 6. Wedding Seating Chart with Gold Pumpkins
- 7 7. White Pumpkin Wedding Card Box
- 8 8. Mini Pumpkins as Wedding Escort Cards
- 9 9. Jack-udara murni’-Lantern Wedding Photo Idea
- 10 10. Rustic Wedding Decor with Pastel Green and White Pumpkins
- 11 11. Monogram Pumpkins
- 12 12. Wedding Centerpiece with Little Pumpkins
- 13 13. Mini Pumpkin Table Runner
- 14 14. Fall Wedding Centerpiece with Wheat Stalks and Pumpkins
- 15 15. Pumpkin and Flower Wedding Centerpiece
- 16 16. Pumpkin Wedding Table Number
- 17 17. Pumpkin Cake Pops
- 18 18. Orange Wedding Cake
- 19 19. Mini Pumpkin Wedding Favors
- 20 White Pumpkin Centerpieces for a Wedding
1. Wedding Welcome Signage with Pumpkins
Greeting your guests with a wedding welcome sign immediately lets them know they’re in the right place—and it also serves as a great photo op for anyone who’s posting to the ‘gram. For your fall wedding, pair big orange pumpkins with other seasonal touches, like potted mums, apples and a rustic wine barrel.
2. Pumpkin Wedding Ceremony Aisle Markers
Here’s an idea you can replicate whether you’re having an indoor or outdoor ceremony. Mark the end of each chair row (or pew, if you’re exchanging vows in a house of worship) with pumpkins of your choice. To take the decor even further, use pumpkins of varying sizes and pair them with fresh flowers in simple mason jars.
3. Painted Pumpkins with Lantern
Candles are another popular type of ceremony aisle marker that pair well with pumpkins. Putting the candles in glass hurricane lanterns adds a vintage chic spin (and if your wedding venue has rules about open flames, this could be a good compromise).
4. Black Pumpkin Wedding Aisle Marker with Gold Star Glitter
Plan a DIY session with your bridesmaids or other trusted friends to paint the pumpkins black. Finish them off with optional glitter or confetti—these tiny gold stars are the perfect complement for a
5. Wedding Flower Arrangement with Pumpkins
Pumpkins aren’t the only classic fall detail to think about using in your wedding decor. If you’re hoping to achieve a rustic glam aesthetic, add metallic gold leaf to the pumpkins, then pair them with deer antlers and votive candles alongside a dramatic arrangement of orange and yellow flowers.
6. Wedding Seating Chart with Gold Pumpkins
Even if your wedding decor isn’t entirely pumpkin themed, adding few of them will go a long way in terms of creating a fall vibe. Case in point: This acrylic seating chart would work for nearly any theme or season, but the four golden pumpkins make it undeniably fitting for an autumn wedding.
7. White Pumpkin Wedding Card Box
Why choose an ordinary wedding card box when you can have a unique pumpkin-shaped one instead? Whether you hollow out a benaran pumpkin or use a faux pumpkin, it’s a cute decorative accent to the welcome table or guest book table. We love how the gold calligraphy stands out against this white pumpkin.
8. Mini Pumpkins as Wedding Escort Cards
Petite pumpkins are a perfect alternative to traditional wedding escort cards. They’re easy to arrange and they’re stable, so you don’t have to worry about a strong gust of wind swooping up your meticulously planned seating arrangements. Tie “leaves” around the stalks with names written on them, or hire a pro calligrapher to add custom hand-lettering to each miniature pumpkin.
9. Jack-udara murni’-Lantern Wedding Photo Idea
isn’tepi langit a decor idea, it’s too good to pass up. If you and your partner love all things Halloween, capitalize on your fall wedding by carving jack-o’-lanterns and using them as props during your wedding day portraits. Titinada into the idea of actually wearing pumpkins on your head? You can simply hold them in front of your faces for the same effect.
10. Rustic Wedding Decor with Pastel Green and White Pumpkins
Pumpkins and gourds naturally come in so many different shades, which is great news if orange doesn’t exactly match your wedding color palette. These heirloom pumpkins are a pretty pale green hue—or you can use paint to replicate a similar look.
11. Monogram Pumpkins
Carving pumpkins isn’t the only way to adorn them with fun designs. Consider crafty, no-carve alternatives, like using stencils and paint to embellish them with your initials and a decorative filigree border.
12. Wedding Centerpiece with Little Pumpkins
Non-floral wedding centerpieces are a good opportunity to get super creative with your tablescape. And depending on what you choose as a flower substitute, it could help you extend your budget, plus there’s a higher chance it could be repurposed as home decor after the big day. Using a stone urn to showcase a cluster of mini pumpkins makes them feel a little fancier and floral-inspired.
13. Mini Pumpkin Table Runner
Keep your table decor simple by scattering mini pumpkins intermittently with pinecones and gourds in lieu of a typical floral or cloth runner.
14. Fall Wedding Centerpiece with Wheat Stalks and Pumpkins
Orange and yellow pumpkins are the finishing touch to a fall wedding centerpiece of dried wheat stalks, adding bucolic charm.
15. Pumpkin and Flower Wedding Centerpiece
Hollow out the centers of pumpkins and use them in place of glass or metal centerpiece vessels. Be sure to double-check with your wedding florist on specific sizes and how many pumpkins you’ll need to achieve the end result.
16. Pumpkin Wedding Table Number
Skip the pataka table numbers for this creative white pumpkin centerpiece idea instead. Use gold paint to stencil on the numbers for each reception table—the pumpkins will be both decorative and functional.
17. Pumpkin Cake Pops
Serve bite-sized pumpkin cake pops in place of or along with a traditional wedding cake.
18. Orange Wedding Cake
Speaking of fall wedding cakes, orange-colored buttercream is undoubtedly autumnal and pumpkin-inspired. A seasonal cake flavor, like pumpkin spice, will only add to the effect.
19. Mini Pumpkin Wedding Favors
Create a mini pumpkin patch and let your guests choose their very own favors to take home.
White Pumpkin Centerpieces for a Wedding