Fall Tablescape Blog Hop
Hello!! So glad that you are here today... If you are here for the first time, welcome. I invite you to pull a chair and browse. I am so happy to be joining one of my favorite group of bloggers to bring you this fun fall tablescape blog hop hosted by our talented Chloe Crabtree of Celebrate & Decorate.
With 24 bloggers participating in this Fall Tablescape Blog Hop, you are sure to get your fill of inspiration to help you transition into fall!!! We have a little of of everything on this blog hop; from farm house, cottage, casual and a bit dressy. Most importantly, the one thing that brings us together is our love and passion for setting a pretty table and sharing our ideas with you all.
So lets get started!! Direct links to all the blogs participating on this blog hop will be listed below so be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to visit them all.
Autumn is, without a doubt, my favorite time of the year. This much anticipated season comes with bountiful color, seasonal flavors and excitement. Leaves from the trees change into multi-colored works of art, sweaters and blankets galore, pumpkin spice lattes, Halloween and 70-degree temps.
Autumn also brings casual gatherings with family and friends, low key meals and plenty of outdoor festivities. It is when nature brims with brightly colored foliage in burnished tones of yellows, oranges, browns and greens. All of which have inspired my fall alfresco table.
I was lucky to have found these gorgeous rich tone flowers at my local market but it is too early to find any pumpkins or gourds. But these pretty flowers offered the perfect tones to create an early traditional autumnal table.
I began by layering a white cotton tablecloth on my table topped with a white and mustard runner. I then created my fresh flower table runner with moss carnations, berries, hydrangeas from my garden, roses and eucalyptus which added bold color and texture. I placed a few small votives and candles to give height and shimmer.
A few seasonal decorations give the table a bit of whimsy and visual interest.
I began my plate stack with a wood charger, a coral dinner plate frames this beautiful sunflower botanical plate by Williams-Sonoma. It is then enhanced with a moss green napkin. Brown and green goblets compliment the colors on the plate.
Earthy yet stylish flatware that emulate wood and a second napkin decorated with an autumn leave add a rustic note.
And what an adorable way to serve a dinner roll. Everyday elements dressed with thoughtful touches.
There will be plenty inspiration every single day this week at the Fall Tablescape Blog Hop. It began Monday, August 28th and will end Friday, September 1st. You will love the ideas!
Thank you, Chloe, for bringing us together for this fun event.