Are you all getting ready for Thanksgiving and all the fall festivities? Fall is my favorite season and I love doing tablescapes this time of year! For that reason, I’ve created a free e-book with twelve of my favorite tables for lots more inspiration for you!
Today, I’m sharing a fall tablescape that I did a couple of weeks ago for a dinner party. At the time, it was before Halloween, and pretty far from Thanksgiving, so I didn’t want to go with a lot of traditional fall colors. I wanted to do mostly creams and neutrals, while still having it feel like fall.
The theme of this fall tablescape started with this fig plate from Home Goods. I love the soft greens and browns, and I layered it with a cream plate and a cream charger. The fig plate is hard to find, however, I found this plate which is similar!
White pumpkins made up the central centerpiece with faux pears and acorns scattered around. I love to use natural items like fruits or vegetables when I can. Also, mixing the real pumpkins in with the faux pears and faux acorns makes everything look a little more “real.” I also added some serving pieces in vintage brown transferware that I already had.
I used a beige linen napkin because I was aiming for that neutral thing, but if I wanted to change this up for Thanksgiving, I would just use a plaid or floral napkin, to amp up the “Thanksgiving” flavor.
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