Centerpieces don't always have to have flowers. A centerpiece with mainly fruits and some succulents makes for an unusual, but lovely centerpiece for a Thanksgiving or general autumn dinner table. I used a basket frog to secure the top-heavy fruit branches in this shallow fruit bowl, and it worked out perfectly.
Flowers/fruits: persimmon, citrus, ornamental pepper, date, succulent
Place the basket frog at the center of the bowl insert your citrus branches with equal weight distribution on each side. If you don't distribute the weight evenly, the branches (and your frog) will topple over.
Add the persimmon branches.
I found these lovely ornamental peppers at the market. Their color compliments the rest of the arrangement beautifully, so I added some in between the citrus and persimmon.
Place the succulents on one side of the centerpiece for some lovely asymmetry.
Finally, add the dates for some additional texture and for a draping effect. Not only is this fruit-centric centerpiece beautiful, but it will last quite a long time!
Styling and design by Kiana Underwood Photography by N. Underwood