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Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner

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Hey y’all…Have we mentioned to you how excited we are at the arrival of Fall? It’s our favorite season for many reasons – the main one being that this kicks off our season of entertaining family and friends.

We’ve teamed up with 31 blogging friends to bring you everything related to Fall decor – mantels, tablescapes, wreaths and crafts.

Today it’s all about tablescapes.  Last year you may recall that Jenn and I created a Fall Tablescape that was a riot of traditional color. This year I was inspired to create a wine dinner party.

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

I love this vintage purple glassware that we used for Jenn’s wedding last Fall.

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

The main centerpiece is this treasured antique dough bowl. I wanted my party to be casual – not stuffy – so, I filled the bowl with wine corks and placed pillar candles inside.

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

Instead of flowers I bought artichokes because they were on sale and because they were the perfect color.

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

The greenery was clipped from my front yard shrubbery. Here’s where I really had some fun. I created this Wine List board and a printable so our guests can make a selection…

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

I will share more of this project with you on Thursday!

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

I crafted individual place cards from miniature clay pots and succulents.

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party


Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

The smaller wooden teak bowls were a wedding gift from decades ago…

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

When I’m setting the table I always try to use what I already have on hand. The white dinner plates were purchased a couple of years ago from the Dollar tree.  The driftwood chargers were also a previous purchase.

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

New purchases were the luncheon plates – on clearance at Target. I really loved how they look like hammered metal…and at $2 a piece I couldn’t pass them up! The grainsack napkins and runner were purchased on clearance from World Market.


Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

This 1920’s bottle is my personal favorite…

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

…and this ink bottle is a close second 🙂

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party


Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party


Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party


Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

Remember last week I shared with you how we have so many wine corks?

Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party


Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner Party

Fall Tablescape Collage

Hope you liked our Fall Tablescape Wine Dinner party. Don’t forget to visit our friends and their fabulous decor!

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  1. I love the wine corks. I love the wine board. I love the pot place card holders. I love it all! This was such a fun group to tour with!

  2. When can I come over for dinner and leave with that dough bowl? Stunning tablescape! Love it all and the unexpected color palette is refreshing!

    1. Debbie – you can come over any time! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful week with us!

  3. I love this table setting and all those gorgeous purple bottles that really pop. Only one problem I didn’t see my name on a place card. 🙂

  4. This is so pretty! I love the place card holders you made. Everything is beautiful!!

  5. Dearest Vicki, this tablescape is stunning! I love your use of colored glass and natural elements. It reeks of class and well appointed style. Wish I could write more but it’s going to take me a while to pin all of these pictures. Well done, Coco

    1. Dearest CoCo – Your kind words and friendship mean more than words can express. Thank you so very much!

    1. Hey Angie – Thank you so very much! It’s a high compliment coming from you! We appreciate it.

  6. I am taking visual notes on this beautiful tablescape…I belong to a Wine Club (Sisters of the Vine) and this table is perfect for the next get together!…love how you used the corks as a filler for the candlesticks!….and those lavender vintage bottles are gorgeous!….Wonderful table!!!
    Great to party with you on this tour!

    1. How exciting Shirley. We would love to know how a Wine Club works…sounds like fun! We are honored to share the tour with you. Cheers to a great week!

  7. It looks great! Wonderfully put together with an aire of comfort, inviting friendly conversation over wine and savory fall dishes.

  8. Now this is a Fall tablescape right up my alley – how fun. Love this idea! Those fabulous purple bottles gave me inspiration for my daughter’s wedding next summer. Her colors are purple.

    1. Oh gosh Marie – congratulations on your daughter’s wedding! We had a lot of fun collecting this vintage purple glass for Jenn’s wedding. It really made a statement on the tables.

  9. How over the top gorgeous. Love the colors, the wine theme, the name sign place holders, well just everything. Can I come over?

    1. Hey Kathy – You can come over anytime…and Surprise – we will have wine LOL. thank you so much for inviting to share the week with you. We appreciate it more than you can know!

  10. Absolutely lovely! Elegant and rustic at the same time. The lavender and shades of green are very soothing and restful and such a great alternative to traditional fall colors. Always inspiring, Vicki!

    1. Hey Bambi – This is a high compliment coming from the Hostess-with-the-Mostest! Thank you so very much. Now…lets have a glass of wine!

  11. Vicki, this is gorgeous and love the pops of purple color and wine corks and pretty bottles. Just beautiful. xo Lisa

  12. What a fun tablescape! I love how you filled your wooden bowl with wine corks to make your centerpiece. I also love your place cards. I want to be a guest at this dinner! 🙂

  13. Well isn’t that the prettiest thing! The purples are so sticking and I love them playing with the green. Such a pretty table!

  14. What a fantastic tablescape!! I LOVE the wine cork centerpiece and every detail is just beautiful!

  15. so that’s what I do with all those corks! Brilliant. Now I have to have a wine party!!! Very beautiful ladies! kim

  16. Wow! This is my first visit here and I love your creativity. I also love the name of your blog. Your tablescape is divine! It’s one of the most creative I’ve seen in a long time. I’ll certainly be back for a visit.

  17. Oh how I love this! The purple bottles are gorgeous! I’ve seen them at our local flea market and after seeing yours, I now realize I need to get some the next time the flea market rolls into town. Love all your wine corks too! And the place cards are adorable!

  18. Stunning and creative tablescape! I’m completely smitten with the placecard holders! Please add me to your invitation list, I’m sure this party will be fantastic!

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