DIY: How to make white pumpkin centerpieces

An autumn wedding does not need to be associated only with orange, red, and brown. I found some lovely white pumpkins that can create the perfect vase for an all-white wedding. They are so easy to make that you’ll want to use them all year round.

Materials: white flowers of your choice, white pumpkins, knife, flower clippers

Step 1: Like normal jack-o-lantern, cut a circle into the pumpkin. Don’t make it too small or too wide. Too small might look a bit funny with flowers in it, and too wide might make them fall out.

Step 2: I left all the seeds inside so it would be easier to stick the flowers in.

Step 3: Put some water into the pumpkin for the flowers.

Step 4: Criss-cross the flowers so they hold their shape like above.

Step 5: Keep on criss-crossing until the pumpkin has a nice shape of flowers.

Done! Aren’t they just the cutest?!

Project and photography by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built 

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  1. This idea with the white pumpkins is geneous!! Wonderful pictures!!

  2. Oh, I thought at first these are vases:))) a great idea and I consider with an orange pumpkin and white flowers as in this case the contrast is a much more appealing view:)

  3. wow¡¡ Is perfect’¡ I wish in Spain was more typical celebrate halloween and I would be able to make something like this. ;)

  4. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a WHITE pumpkin here in Australia…are they natural/common ?

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