Hey babes, Shelby here!
It is time to welcome my favorite season… FALL! I am so excited to start seeing the leaves change, going to pumpkin patches, and celebrating my two favorite holidays, Halloween and Thanksgiving!
Fall brings so many opportunities to gather your family and friends around the table to celebrate everything you’re thankful for, so might as well dress up your dining room table! It is important to create a beautiful tablescape that is practical and beautiful, and not too overwhelming for your guests. Below is some inspiration to get you in the decorating mood for these beautiful and colorful holidays.
1) The More Sophisticated Tablescape
This first tablescape is perfect for the holiday-lover who hates the color orange. This wonderful table takes a more sophisticated look with neutral colors and light pops of color!
2) The Neutral Tablescape
Mixing candles, greenery, pumpkins, butcher paper, and calligraphy will give you an effortless look for a simplistic table centerpiece. The great part about this beautiful table is that all the attention will be on your Thanksgiving meal rather than the display itself. You can even leave room on the butcher paper for people to write what they are thankful for!
3) The Simple, and Cozy Tablescape
I love the idea of using a blanket scarf as a table runner or a table cloth! It adds color and who doesn’t love plaid?? Pumpkins and pinecones add to the rustic feel of this table and quite honestly, its one of my favorites we’re featuring!
4) The Over-The-Top Tablescape
This rustic look features many different dimensions by using tall and shirt candles, wooden slabs, and pumpkins ranging in all different sizes. I love the extra touch of open books used as placemats- can be a great conversation starter for your Thanksgiving Day guest.
5) The Chic & Clean Tablescape
You can really get creative with this one by spray painting the smaller pumpkins to gold or a desired color. I love the idea of adding small string lights to give your table a completely different look! Wrapping the napkins with eucalyptus, rosemary, or lavender will fill your dinner table with a delightful aroma.
Hopefully I was able to get some of your creative juices flowing and get you in the Fall spirit!
P.S. Look out for my next post, How To: Decorate a Bar Cart, Halloween Style!!