Creating tablescapes are the thing to do when it comes to celebrating the fall season. Take a look at how I took some fresh herbs and dried hydrangeas, mixed in with a few zinnias and pinecones, to create this fall tablescape.
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I’m always trying to come up with unique ideas when it comes to creating fall tablescapes. For those of you that have been following along for any amount of time, you know that I do my very best to incorporate anything I can from my garden. That is, whatever is left in the garden this time of year.
Jute Silverware Pouches
What a fun idea this is! Check out these cute silverware pouches from Cutlery Couture. I love the rustic look and feel of the natural, woven jute. This set came with 4 herb-themed pouches.
Adding Fresh Herbs to a Fall Tablescape
By cutting some fresh herbs from the garden, and adding them to the plate, along with the silverware pouch, it brought a little extra pizazz to the table.
Flowers From the Garden
The zinnias are still in bloom in the garden, and matched the dried hydrangea color palette so well, I thought it would be fun to mix them together in my rusty vintage chicken feeder.
These varieties of zinnias go perfectly with the dried hydrangeas. They are Zinnia Queen Red Lime and Zinnia Queen Lime Blush.
Shop the Look
Copper is always the perfect accessory to add to a fall tablescape. I love how these mugs brighten up the table.
Adding some candlelight to the fall tablescape with herbs and hydrangeas is the perfect final touch.
I hope this post on creating a fall tablescape with herbs, hydrangeas and more gave you some good ideas that you can use the next time you are thinking of adding a little something from the garden. Don’t forget to visit my friends below to see more inspirational fall tablescapes. As always, I love hearing from you. Leave me a comment.
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