Fall Tablescape

Hey y’all and Happy Friday! We are happily spending this Labor Day holiday at the lake having some much needed downtime. We plan on having lots of fun in the sun, spending quality family time and definitely having some rest and relaxation.

Before we rush out of town, we want to share with you our very popular Fall tablescape from last year. It’s loaded with lots of color and special touches.

 

We can’t believe that we have already ushered in the month of September and are gearing up for Fall. Now, I know some of you are living with sweltering heat but, our temperatures have started to drop just a bit this week and make us dream of cooler days ahead.

It’s no secret that we love all things related to Fall…crisp weather days, bright blue skies, football, pumpkin patches, hay rides, cinnamon spice and pumpkin spice lattes.

 

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.I guess you could call me a Fall Hoarder as I apparently have a lot of stuff. Keep in mind that I have had most of these items I have owned for over ten years :)

We started by laying out this vintage white tablecloth…

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.This year I decided that I wanted my tablescape to be a riot of Fall color with rustic and vintage elements.The only new item purchased were these orange luncheon plates.

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.This vintage wicker fly fishing creel became a perfect vessel for flowers that my Honey Bee surprised me with :)

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.I use this rustic box as it is so versatile in decorating. I’ve used it to hold napkins, candles, jars of sauce – well you get the idea.

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.Jennifer sacrificed her pretty white jeans for these leaves from our side yard…and slid down the hill to collect them :) We used a chalk pen to write guest names on the leaves to use as place cards.

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.Fresh cotton is another favorite of ours…

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.We love the bright colors…

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.

Fall tablescape using bright green pears, burnt orange, vintage and rustic elements. Also the ise of natural elements - leaves, berries, cotton and twigs. This is a Bloggers Fall Tour.

We hope that you enjoyed our Fall tablescape and that you discovered at least one idea to use for your very own table.

We hope that you are able to enjoy a long holiday weekend. Happy Labor Day!

XO~Vicki and Jenn

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Comments

  1. says

    This is so beautiful ladies! Bring on fall! I love all of the colors you used and the extra care you took to add special touches to so many details. Just beautiful, Coco

  2. says

    Just lovely! We cant wait for cooler temps but we do live in FL so we may be waiting awhile! You have no idea how jealous I am that you are spending Labor Day on the lake. My dream! (Especially where there aren’t any gators!)

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