A Little Autumn Splendor
Set a one-of-a-kind table with glowing pumpkins to create a special-occasion table. This centerpiece is full of pretty and easygoing elegance. Using pumpkin-shaped cloches filled with twinkling LED – mini lights and blush colored mercury glass make the Autumn, Halloween, or Thanksgiving season feel all the more magical. You just can’t hide the glimmer of mercury glass as they pick up the shimmer from the twinkle lights.
Whether you want to host a traditional Thanksgiving Day celebration or you plan to do something completely fresh and original this November, you can always find ways to be creative.
What’s On the Table?
No flowers? No problem! Line the center of your table, with pumpkins or place them together in a textural vignette. Real or faux, doesn’t matter. Add some candles, pretty branches, dried citrus and apple slices for layered interest.
One adorable mercury glass pumpkin with curly q stems + dried citrus = pretty little details.
Fill your pumpkin cloches with mini-LED string lights or use them with a flameless candle inside.
Continue the Magic
Continue the magic with candles. Candles will do the trick of adding more charm and ambiance to your table. Candles set in golden brassy toned holders continue the autumn splendor.
Pretty plates and cups with an autumn appeal – with sunflowers. Vintage finds with the golden tones & greens of autumn are repeated around the edge. Simple silver flatware is tied up with velvet ribbon and layered on lace edged napkins.
Golden rimmed wine glasses just add another layer of pretty and polished to the autumn theme.
You can shop this look –
The plates & serving pieces are all thrifted vintage finds.
The clear glass pumpkin cloches are from Pottery Barn & you can find them here. The mercury glass pumpkin and gourd are found items from Home Goods and Marshalls several years back.
The brass candlesticks were found at a local antique store. But you can find something here.
Dried fruit slices can be found here. I sliced and dried my own fruit & gathered leaves and branches from the yard.
I hope you have enjoyed my autumn tablescape & inspired you to use what you already have by shopping your home. Be thrifty this season.
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