Welcome Fall Tablescape
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I am pleased to once again having gathered together a group of talented table stylists. Each of the bloggers this week will be sharing their own fall tablescape.
I am not quite ready to bring on the pumpkins, but I am going all traditional fall with wood accents, and rustic berry napkin rings from the Magnolia collection at Target.
Wrinkled book pages make a runner for my table and a base for a collection of acorns, faux fall leaves, pinecones and candles.
A set of acorn trimmed spreaders adorn a pair of wood cutting boards.
Between the pair of cutting boards that are laden with cheeses, figs and toasts is a bounteous centerpiece of flowers figs and rust colored eucalyptus leaves.
Fresh red pairs and artichokes adorn the book page runner. As the days get shorter, candlelight is a lovely way to add a warm glow to this fall tablescape.
Individual cutting boards at each place setting provide an appetizer of shaved parmesan, prosciutto and a black fig for guests. The individual cutting boards came from Amazon. Make sure if you buy these unfinished wood boards, you season them with some mineral oil.
The sun sets and the glimmer of the candles helps set the harmonious mood of the evening’s gathering.
Please visit the blogs . below and see how each of these talented ladies have styled their fall tablescapes.