Good Morning sweet friends… I am absolutely delighted to be joining Kristen at Ella Claire again as part of the Seasons of Home Holiday Decor Series! Today we are sharing fall tablescapes within our homes and oh my… There are so many beautiful ideas being shared by these sweet friends.
When I started thinking about table ideas, I was drawn to the rusty orange colors of fall. And this set my tablescape in motion ;)…
I thought it may be fun to put a spin on the traditional fall colors of orange with accents of black in there too!
I made these simple napkin cards (available for downloading here as well). And I used them to build the table around.
Gold accents line the table with flatware, chargers and vases…
Muted orange pumpkins found their way on the table and a couple of them were all the setting needed as vibrant flowers took center stage here.
By mixing in a bit of rich pink with the oranges, it gave that traditional fall vibe with a twist that I was craving…
Striped ribbon wrapped around the napkins helped tie all the pops of black here and there….
And of course buffalo check makes such a festive statement… Although I think this will be sticking around through all of the seasons ;).
And while the flowers are always a bit of an investment, they were an inexpensive way to bring decor to the table. Plus even after the event, you get to enjoy their pretty fragrance all week long. Mixing similar colors of varying florals is a great way to make arrangements look extravagant without blowing your budget.
Other than that, I bought some new napkins (a $9 splurge) and craft store pumpkin stems that I simply inserted into the floral arrangement for more interest!
I hope that this post gives you some ideas on how to decorate your beautiful homes throughout this fall season and for any of the special gatherings that you may host.
It is always such a treat to share these ideas with you and I am still pinching myself that I get to share them alongside these amazingly talented friends down below. Please make sure to visit and say hello!