Gold is always a good go to color for a fall tablescape. The gold color we see in the falling leaves is just one of the many lovely colors of fall. Gold conjures up so many ideas of luxury. Gold and white seemed to be a nice combination using the white pumpkins I added a stitched pattern to.
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After creating those fascinating white on white pumpkins, they really practically called out for a chance to star as a centerpiece. Nothing less than a glamorous table would do!
Gold beaded placemats were used beneath each place setting and as a base for the cluster of pumpkins. I could have added more to the pumpkin centerpiece, but I really wanted the ornate textures of the pumpkins to stand out.
Gold reef glass chargers repeat the elegant gold theme on this tabletop. Gold dinner plates are topped with white salad plates. Brushed gold flatware finished off each place setting.
Simple gold metallic napkin rings with simple elegant white napkins top each salad plate.
Of course, often times the best shot is the overhead shot. It is easy to see from this view how the gold stems of the pumpkins really make a difference with that punch of metallic
Stemware is a trio of clean, simple crysta. The only ornamentation is the gold swath across the water goblet. I will be opening champagne for a toast, so these beautiful coupes have been included. Sipping champagne from a coupe is such an stylish way to imbibe, isn’t it?