This weekend was full of fall food and décor. My friend Ian (who also writes a series for the blog, Vintage Ladle) and I decided to get together to try out a yummy fall menu with lots of seasonal ingredients and also put together a beautiful tablescape to provide some inspiration. This will be a three part series and today I’m sharing our lovely fall table setting to get it started!
First we need to start with the beautiful pumpkin centerpiece that I'm absolutely in love with and was super easy to make! I kept seeing these on Glitter Guide and I had to DIY. All I did was cut a five inch hole in the top, removed all the guts (be sure to scrape everything out), and inserted a narrow vase. I then arranged the flowers. Don't skimp on the flowers! Adding some cheap greens for filler helps. I love the pop of color especially against your typical fall colors.
Mason jars for water glasses!
We brought in some natural elements by adding some picked sage and branches.
These lovely blue and gold plates were a perfect addition and I love when everything isn't matchy matchy! The little pumpkins with sage and kraft paper tag were such a cute personal touch!
This silverware is my favorite set! It's my husband's grandmother's and was brought home from Thailand as a gift from his grandfather.
My friend Ian brought this lovely plaid fabric over and it was the perfect anchor for the table!
Had to add some apples for fun and we also made a dessert with them...recipe coming soon!
Hope you enjoyed our fun fall harvest tablescape! Check out the blog Thursday for Ian's Spiced Carrot & Pumpkin Bisque. This soup is AMAZING and captures fall in one yummy spoonful...or a big bowl full!
Cheers to the week!