Hello, November! I've transitioned out my Halloween décor for more fall accents and little Thanksgiving touches. One aspect of my home décor that has remained the same since fall began is my tablescape. This year my autumn theme has been hues of blue and white. My table was not an exception. And it turned out just like I was imagining it in my head. I wanted to share with you the basic pieces you'll need to recreate this tablescape for your home.
I started with decorative stems from Michaels. I grabbed faux lamb's ear and some complementary Dusty Miller. I cut the stems apart, keeping big sections still in tact. You'll need wire cutters to cut the stems apart. I found the center of the table and worked out on each side to give a mostly symmetrical look, layering the cut stems.
Pumpkins are essential for any fall tablescape. All of my pumpkins were from our first adventure to the pumpkin patch. For dimension, I made sure the two large pumpkins were stackable. The four miniature white pumpkins were placed in the faux foliage, two on each side.
Then I used my antler candle holders (found two years ago at TJMaxx) and my wooden candlestick holders found at Crate & Barrel a little over a year ago. I nestled them into the foliage to complete the look.
If you have any questions about how I put this together leave a comment below or send me an email!
Stay tuned for my Christmas tablescape, I'm already brewing up ideas!