Hello friends! I am so thrilled to share with you all my simple and rustic fall tablescape I created for my home!! If you follow me on Instagram and are subscribe to my blog, then you already have seen my how to create a “Rustic Fall Centerpiece” article and video!! Did I say video? Yes, I did!! Now, if you are not subscribed to this blog then do two things for me:
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This year I wanted a table filled with texture, organic life (Mine is faux, lol) with greenery & neutral pumpkins and a playful message throughout my tablescape. I guess I wanted to create a feeling of having a fun family meal at a local pumpkin patch or farm!! So, throughout my table, you will see a mix of neutral and blue/green pumpkins intertwine with greenery! The greenery is a Eucalyptus Leaf Spray that is artificial and measures 19″ in length. Instead of cutting the stem down I decided to curl it around my finger to create the vine like look.
As for each setting, I placed a beautiful dark brown rattan placemat so that I can see the element of texture on my table. Next, to save on spending extra money on a “fall” dinnerware set, I decided to use the existing white dinnerware that I already owned. I love this set because it is so easy to intermix seasonal items and decor with these lovelies I scored at Homegoods last year. Additionally, I thought it would be fun to mix in my favorite Rae Dunn ovals I have collected throughout this year. I love the play on words on dinnerware, and yes, I have a bit of a Rae Dunn obsession too! How about you?
Lastly, the napkins I decided to use this year I score from one of my favorite Etsy shop Kitchstudios!! They create beautiful linens for the kitchen from tea towels to dinner napkins and more. The name of this collection is called the Thanksgiving napkins, and they are still available in the shop today!! Each collection comes with a set of four natural cotton linen with the phrases Thankful, Blessed, Harvest and Grateful imprinted on each napkin. The ordering process, shipping, and appearance when they arrive at your doorstep was pristine!! (this is not a sponsored post by the way) I am truly a happy customer and just sharing my wonderful experience with you.
Overall, I had a wonderful time creating this fall tablescape, and I can not wait to host yummy dinners for my friends and family this fall. I hope that you all enjoyed this article and if you would like to see how I created this step by step then click on the video below and enjoy!! Stay tuned I will have more fall decor and DIY coming up this season!!
Are you getting ready to decorate this fall? If so, what colors are you inspired by and what will be your theme this year? Let me your thoughts below. Until then, have a wonderful and joyous day!!
My Simple & Rustic Fall Tablescape Video