After a very hot welcome to September, the temperatures are cooling a bit and suddenly it’s time to think fall decor. Personally, I’m a huge fan of white pumpkins, both the baby ones and the big ones. In fact, you can often find white pumpkins being used for decoration in my house from September all the way through Christmas, as they work well with bittersweet, sunflowers, ghosts and goblins, orange and black pumpkins and then with magnolia and red berries as December rolls around. Here are a few ideas to get you thinking about fall and the possibilities of using white pumpkins — and a fun idea to take you right into Halloween.
Find white pumpkins of all sizes at your local nurseries and farmers’ markets. The baby white pumpkins are usually $1 or less per pumpkin. You may even find them super cheap: 4/$1.
Consider some baby white pumpkins in an old wooden bowl. Super simple with a big impact:
Pile some white baby pumpkins into a vase:
Decorate for a dinner party with baby white pumpkins:
Use large white pumpkins on your mantel:
Take those white pumpkins and make them into Halloween decorations with ease:
SB Note: All the large pumpkins used in this post are faux pumpkins, available at your local craft store. The baby pumpkins used are the real deal.