Tuesday, September 8, 2020

how to style your table for fall

Welcome to all things Fall! 

Today there are multiple FREE fall printables for you to use! Make sure you read all the way to the bottom of this post to see them all!

I love setting tables for different occasions and different seasons. 

This year my color palette for Fall is very neutral with subtle sage greens, ivory and cream, and bits of grey.


I was inspired by a large pumpkin I found at HomeGoods and used that in the center of my table. 

Then I went to Michaels and in the Christmas section I found these great neutral antler picks.

I tucked them up and under the large pumpkin, along with olive branches I found here. 

Some glass hurricanes surround the pumpkin. I added these great fake candles that flicker, tucking them in some white beans from the dollar store. 


Wood charger plates add to the rustic but neutral look.

I used our everyday white dishes, and white linen napkins. 

I did get these great wood napkin rings. 

The gold rimmed glasses add a touch of sparkle. 


At each place setting there's a little styrofoam pumpkin. 

Then I cut a little piece of grey velvet ribbon and tied it in a knot. 

Using a straight pin with a ball head, poke through the ribbon center and then into the free printable below.

I printed mine out on ivory card stock and cut them into 2" squares. 

To get your free printable, right click on the image below and save it to a word document. 
Resize and print! 

Here are a bunch more FREE printables for you to enjoy! 

Fall Countryside Landscape by Ella Claire Claire & Co. | Vintage Owl by Maison de Pax | Leaves of Change by anderson + grant | Apple Preserves Label by Boxwood Avenue

Fall Printable Recipe Cards by Designthusiasm | Give Thanks Barn by Live Laugh Rowe | Pumpkin Painting by Craftberry Bush | Enjoy Labels for Your Fall Table by My Sweet Savannah

Fall Apples Art by Lolly Jane | Welcome Fall Banner by Shabbyfufu | Fall Jar Labels by Nest of Posies | Autumn Bakery by Handmade Farmhouse

Set of Three Pumpkin Printables by Taryn Whiteaker | Vintage Truck Heritage Pumpkin Farm by The Happy Housie | Change is Beautiful by Clean and Scentsible | Leaf Collection by My Someday in May

xoxo, Melaine 

1 comment:

Jenn said...

The little place settings and tags are so cute! I've been eyeing that pumpkin at HomeSense too!

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