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I am so happy to once again be hosting a group of talented table stylists to share their talents in designing a fall tablescape. I hope you have been touring those who have already posted this week, if not, check out the links at the bottom of this post!
When I spotted these plum and pink pumpkins at Michael’s, I was immediately thinking about how I I could use them this fall. When I started planning my table, I was excited about using something other than the typical oranges and yellows of fall.
Soft pink napkins with ruffled edges were a great find at Pier 1, but I thought a dark purple napkin folded inside of them gave them a more substantial feel. Those stunning wine glasses also came from Pier 1. I used artificial sunflowers to make my napkin rings, just as I have done in the past.
The pink dinner plates and salad plates are dishes I have had for years. Soft gray flatware from The Pioneer Woman collection from Walmart complemented the soft look I wanted.
My centerpiece is simply two artificial garlands, one with flowers, one simply greenery. I added the burgundy and ivory sunflowers to my garlands and nestled my little white pumpkins and my pink and plum pumpkins down into the garland.
Tablescape Blog Hop:
Don’t stop now! Check out all of these talented table stylists and their gorgeous tables ready to welcome Fall to the table!