I’m excited to partner with some other wonderful bloggers today and share tons of fall tablescape inspiration! This may be my favorite tablescape ever. A little vintage, some blue and white and lots of natural fall elements added up to my floral fall tablescape. Then, hop on over to all the other tablescapes for some more autumn goodness.
You might recognize this fabric from our laundry room makeover. I made a no-sew table runner to use as the base of the tablescape. It took a few hours, and I got stuck by a few pins, but in the end, it was worth it. I adore this floral print and played off the blue, green and yellow present in the fabric for the rest of the decor.
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For the centerpiece, I borrowed our ginger jar from the living room and added two blue and white gourds I picked up at the antique store. I might be starting a collection of these cuties … does two make a collection?
To make the “floral” part of the floral fall tablescape, gold spray painted mason jars are featured on either side of the blue and white.
And of course, it’s not fall without pumpkins! The mustard pumpkins are Dollar Tree purchases. I bought the only three they had!
These Target dollar spot pumpkins are everywhere, but they are that good. I managed to grab two white ones and four mint ones.
For the place settings, I mixed old and new. The China is our everyday Noritake Colorwave in chocolate. The jute utensil holders are from World Market (currently 30% off!), which you saw in the blush Easter tablescape. The napkins are also World Market in navy. I love their buffet napkins. They are super affordable and come in tons of different colors.
A fun feature in this tablescape is the vintage Fostoria green glasses. These are part of my mom’s collection and I loved borrowing them for this table setting. It’s always fun to mix old and new together and these glasses are so pretty.
On top of each plate, I added a spray painted pine cone and a faux pear. I originally wanted to use pumpkins at each place setting, but alas, no pumpkins to be found in the quantity and color I needed. But the pears turned out perfectly and the green works so well!
Make sure to visit each of the bloggers below for more fall inspiration!
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