Your tablescape doesn’t have to be expensive or very elaborate to make it look beautiful. Using inexpensive items and what you have on hand with a few seasonal items makes for a great Fall Tablescape.
Last week I decorated our formal table for Fall. I was really excited to do something that had somewhat of an interest to it but also was very simple.
During the Spring I went very elaborate with our tablescape because it was just us in quarantine. It was nice because I was actually able to decorate super fancy for once since it was just the five of us.
Most of the fancier things I own, I only own six or so of. So using them when we have a real gathering is kinda tough to make them all match when its larger parties of 10 or 12.
My Fall Tablescape
After the Summer days started to dwindle down, I really started thinking about what I wanted for Fall on the table. And for the most part, I wanted simple and pumpkins.
To begin decorating I chose a more neutral tone table runner. It is gray with white pumpkins. If you look close you will find beaded elements to it that sort of jazz it up or give interest.
Next, I made a floral centerpiece. I actually created the centerpiece live on Facebook, which you can watch here.
Once the centerpiece was complete, I added to the center of the table and then I added my pumpkins to the left and right sides of the table.
Most of these pumpkins came from the Dollar Store and home decor or craft stores. I have quite a collection, so I like to use them and scatter them around the house.
And that is basically it for this simple and easy tablescape. I may plan to add plates or napkins later, but for now, I am really digging the simplistic vibe of this table.
What do you think? Are you decorating your table for Fall?