I’m starting to think about my fall tablescape. Last year my table was set around fall foliage and had a very warm and inviting feel to it. Read the post here.
This year, I’m thinking I want to do something a little different… something that doesn’t involve your typical fall colors. Currently, I am loving the look of a neutral fall table. Look at this beautiful setting by Rooms for Rent Blog.
Isn’t this cozy and inviting? I love her use of bay leaves as a garland centerpiece. Bay leaves are also a beautiful and unexpected addition on a Christmas Table.
What do you think of the mixed metals?
It’s all about the simple details on The Glitter Guide.
Greenery adds such a nice rustic touch to a table.
Image via Home Stories A to Z
Have you guys ever tried to paint pumpkins? Home Stories A to Z has a great pumpkin painting tutorial.
The Style Me Pretty vault had a gorgeous fall Malibu wedding that featured white and green florals in green pumpkin vases. I think this is about as romantic as it gets for pumpkins!
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Of course Joanna Gaines does fall right. I’m dying to get my hands on a copy of her new book, Magnolia Story!
Image via Magnolia Market
Magnolia Market never disappoints.
Plum is a beautiful fall color that can be used for entertaining. I realize this isn’t a neutral like I had talked about but it’s something a little different from your usual orange table!
Image via Domino
Image via Grey Likes Weddings
I love the rustic fall colors used for this Nashville wedding. The wood table, gold utensils, and rustic flowers create such a cozy atmosphere.
Image via Ruffled Blog
This is some great inspiration to get me thinking about my fall table. What are you guys doing this year for your Thanksgiving table?