Sunday, October 25, 2020
Gather For Good Food And Fellowship
It all starts with a Beautiful table setting.
As the holidays approach, I’m already planning that special occasion with family and friends. On the table – it is all about the simple elegance of simple white dinner ware, serape napkins, vintage green goblets, crystal candle holders, the warm tones of gold & copper votives with brassy candle holders-mingling with nature.
You can create a warm and welcoming table scape for friends and family. Show your guests that they are special and loved with a festive fall gathering.
This table setting is filled with the rich and bold colors from the autumn centerpiece, the traditional orange & white pumpkins, emerald green goblets, to the brassy candle sticks, copper & gold votives. This is the bolder side of the season.
Candlelight sets the ambiance on the table, covers human error, and lets friendships shine. Candles seem to be the best place to start since they have been labeled as a symbol of warmth and coziness. If undecided on a centerpiece begin with candles and build from there.
You can have as many candles as your heart desires.
Warm golden autumn tones…
Warm & welcoming, earthy colors and textures…A natural tablescape that allows good friends & conversation to take center stage.
This table setting speaks a little rustic to me. Beginning with the natural centerpiece.
I love, love, love decorating for fall & this little cozy tablescape brought me so much joy this week with all it’s cozy vibes.
You might need to know that this was all completed on a budget! The plates are my regular dinnerware. The basket and green goblets were thrifted treasures. All other items I have had & not purchased recently. The gold & copper votives are purchased at WalMart in the bridal section.
Most recent purchase…white & orange pumpkins. The grasses mingling in the basket are gathered gifts from nature.
Just a warm and welcoming autumn table. I hope this offers you some autumn inspiration.
Sharing my ‘wild west stylin’ for some wild west livin.’