Simply Elegant Fall Tablescape
If you’re looking for a simple yet elegant fall tablescape DIY, you’ve come to the right place! This simply elegant fall tablescape is easy to throw together and uses pieces that can be re-purposed for other tablescapes throughout the year! This set up is great for Thanksgiving or just a nice meal at home.
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I love this neutral fall tablescape because most of the supplies needed are super easy to find. You can pick up mini pumpkins at your local market for very little. Use solid white plates and cloth napkins, and you can use them year round!
You will need:
- Mini pumpkins for each place setting
- Fall color craft leaves
- Small circular wood cuttings
- Paper clips in fall color of choice
- Hot glue gun and glue stick
- Round rope placemats
- Solid color plates and bowls
- Cloth napkins (that coordinate with plates and bowls)
I will try to provide links to items that are similar, but most are not exactly the same as what I used. I do personally have the Corelle Bella Faenza set and LOVE it!
Let’s set it up!
Lay out the place mats at each chair, then top each with a solid plate and bowl.
If you like the centerpiece in this picture, you can easily make it! Check out Easy DIY Fall Centerpiece
Next, make a quick name tag holder for each setting. Grab a circular wood piece, and hot glue a fall-colored paper clip to the wood. Once dry, you can just slip a piece of cardstock with name into the clip. Super simple!
Next up, place a mini pumpkin and craft leaf at each place setting to create a warm fall setting.
Last, fold each cloth napkin to your liking and put out your utensils! I am not a napkin folding guru. I highly recommend you do a quick search on YouTube if you want an easy napkin folding tutorial. 😉
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