Well, regardless of the fact that it is way too hot here in Southern California in October, I have fall on the brain! I starting buying white pumpkins and putting them around the house at the beginning of September. And I usually put out what Halloween I have around the 1st of October. This week I decided to work on some tablescapes for fall, either to use for a dinner party or even for Thanksgiving. And if you’re looking for more tablescape inspiration, be sure to check out my free e-book full of twelve of my favorite tablesettings!
Today I’m sharing a very simple, traditional fall tablescape using mostly natural items. Originally, I was going to do all white and silver, but I ended up going more with the traditional colors of fall. Here soft greens, browns, and cream create a true fall palette, but in a softer way. I used a fairytale pumpkin which is not as bright of an orange as the regular pumpkins and I absolutely love their shape! And you could easily switch out this table setting for Thanksgiving. To do that, you could add some turkey or other “themed” plates and change out the napkins, but I feel like the rest would still work really well!
Traditional Fall Tablescape Source List