Are you ready to set a beautiful fall tablescape with fabric pumpkins? These darling DIY fabric pumpkins will look beautiful at each place setting and they make such a sweet gift or sussie for your guests! They also look precious in a fall vignette or just about any other little nook or cranny you can find. However, I’m going to show them off in a fall tablescape today.
Fall Tablescape with DIY Fabric Pumpkins
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Fall Tablescape Place Setting Details
This year I decided to go with french blue and deep gold/mustard colors for my fall home decor so I made my little pumpkins to compliment my color scheme. If you’re wanting to learn how to make your own DIY fabric pumpkins, click here to view the tutorial.
Fall Tablescape Inspiration
I layered my fabric pumpkins on top of some white plates that have a sweet scalloped detail. I found these plates at Goodwill. There were only two, so I mixed my place settings up. Don’t be afraid to mix and match place settings. It’s fun and it really adds to the beauty of the table!
To tie some blues into the place setting, I used beautiful robin egg blue linens that I picked up from Hobby Lobby a few years back. I love the sweet little pom pom detailing around the edge.
I decided to use jute chargers (linked below) to bring some warmth back into the place setting and tie in the pumpkin stems and the other natural elements that are in the centerpiece.
You’ll see I placed a flower frog place card holder at each place setting and added some torn book pages for interest and texture.
No table is complete without a vintage pair of salt and pepper shakers. I mean… can they be any cuter?!
Fall Tablescape Centerpiece Details
This has to be one of my all time favorite table centerpieces. It incorporates all the things I love…pumpkins, ruffles, white dishes, a wooden riser, and a wicker basket. The textures and colors of it all, have my heart! The fabric pumpkins are more that I made and you can click here to head over and view that tutorial. I’m working on a tutorial for the wood riser also.
To finish it up, I bundled some wheat and bunny tail grass and tucked it in between the dishes and then placed some mini pumpkins and little acorns all around.
I know this year has been a bit crazy, but even if it’s just for you and your spouse or you and your kiddos, I hope you’ll take a little time to make your table festive this fall season.
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