November Tablescape


Welcome to November!  Our first week tablescape combines the colors of Fall with yams, potatoes, gourds, and apples.


The leaf water glasses add a nice touch to the table setting.


Love these napkins!  They were at Pier One for $.38! They look gorgeous with the rust napkins that I also got on sale there and some glam to the table setting.


Indian Corn Tablescape


Reusing some of our elements from last week, our tablescape shows the colors of Indian corn which is a great fall icon.


The centerpiece is Indian corn in a crate that says Farmer’s Market.  I love the Farmer’s Market in our town where I bought the Indian corn!  They have such a nice variety of vegetables, fruits, legumes and baked goods to choose from!


These corn on the cob holders fit the theme and so I used them for decoration! (Just be careful to put them out of the reach of little hands!) But for an adult table, they make a nice addition.


The table setting shows the colors of the Indian corn as well as the fall colors.  We layered a brown charger with bronze plates, red salad plates and dark yellow bowls. I love how the colors complement each other!


As usual feel free to send me your tablescapes and we will post them!  If anyone local needs help decorating their table for the holidays, contact me and we will set up a time to meet!

Happy Fall!

Harvest, Plaid

Fall Tablescape – Gourds



This beautiful tablescape with colorful gourds and fall themes is perfect for the start of October!


Start with brown wood-grain charger that grounds your place setting


Add a red dinner plate for contrast.


A yellow salad plate adds in the fall color scheme.


Adding a table topper to finish the look.  In this case I used a gourd to go with the theme, but you could add a bowl or appetizer cup.


Add a coffee cup on the left and the napkin and holder ties in the placemat with the theme.


The water glass adds a touch of  class to the look.


These water glasses added color and class to the look.  And they were only a dollar each!


The candle centerpiece is meant to be shorter so that guests can see each other.  The colorful gourd in the center brings the theme together.


Each gourd or pumpkin on the place settings is different to change up the look.