I hope you enjoy these tips on tips on how to set a table for fall.
Whether we are ready to accept it or not, fall is finally here. It’s time to swap beach days for homework. And late summer night movies for enforced bedtimes. I do miss summer but I have to admit it’s a lot more fun to entertain when it’s not 100 degrees outside. Today I thought I would share a few of my favorite fall tables and also share some tips on how to set a table.
We are hosting some friends for dinner and I thought it might be fun to enjoy our warm fall weather and entertain on our back porch. I am thrilled to partner with Balsam Hill and Thos Baker to create an awesome dinner party with new fall decor. I love transforming our home for fall with gorgeous fall decorations and outdoor furniture.
I am excited to be part of a Fall Blog Tour for so many reasons! The first is that I am a huge fan of all of the talented ladies who are in this blog hop. (All of the links to their blog posts are listed at the end of this post.) And fortunately, I now have some fall decor in my home. It’s hard to make the transition for fall when it’s ninety degrees outside. But the minute I decorated our dining room table and added some fall decor, I knew I was ready. I love this color palette. And I love setting the table for fall.
Today I am so excited to be posting my first thoughts about Fall! Since I live in Southern California, I have to remind myself our fall doesn’t arrive until October. Believe it or not, our hottest month is usually September, so it still feels like were are in the middle of summer. But I love fall, and I love tablescapes, so sharing fall table ideas is something I love to do.Read More
As I put the last of the dishes away and marvel at the Tetris game happening in my refrigerator with leftovers, I am still smiling from the fabulous Thanksgiving table setting and dinner we hosted in our home. We were a group of twenty-three family members and spent the entire day cooking, laughing, cooking, playing games, cooking, hugging and cooking some more.
Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away and my table is almost set. I know you are surprised since I love to set tables in my dining room. But I am almost done. I still have to decide on the china pattern and I need to plan out my flowers. I think one way you can personalize your table is by making your place cards for your Thanksgiving table. So I had some fun today and created a few options.