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Wednesday, August 17, 2016


Fruit for Fall tablescape

September, 2015

Fall will be here before we know it. To get us in the mood for crisp Fall air and leaves on the ground, I'm sharing some of my Fall tablescapes from the past.

Picnic in vintage Bronco-Bargain Decorating with Laurie

September, 2015

Last year, we had a Fall picnic. To see the full post for any of these settings, click on the image or the date under it.

Leafy Fall Tablescape-Bargain Decorating with Laurie

This table was all about the vibrant Fall leaves.

Bronand WhiteFallTablescape

September 2015

A brown and white table served soup on a chilly night.

Elegant Fall Pumpkin Tablescape

October, 2014

I used velvet Fall pumpkins and silver for an elegant table setting.

Fall Sunflower Tablescape

October, 2014

Fall brings Sunflowers to the table.

Apple Basket Tablescape for Fall

Apple baskets became the theme for serving dinner in a basket.

Almost Autmn Tablescape-Bargain Hunting with Laurie

September, 2013

This harvest table combines fruit-decorated plates with Apple Blossom plates.

Tablescape for Fall

November, 2012

The centerpiece for this table was simply long-stemmed pumpkins in wood boxes

Fall Farm Tablescape

Fall on the farm was the theme on this table in 2010.
Fall cottage-themed Tablescape
September, 2009

This table was inspired by the village depicted on the dinner plates.

Cotton theme Fall Tablescape
 In 2009, I was inspired by the cotton picking that takes place in the Fall in my area of the country.

I'm not ready to give up warm Summer days yet, but I know when Fall arrives, I'll be ready for cooler temps. Are you thinking about Fall yet? It was great to have you come by for a visit.


The French Hutch said...

Hi Laurie, It is so hot here it is hard to get serious about Fall which doesn't happen here till later October. The good thing is I get to enjoy everyone's Fall celebrations. So happy you reposted all of this gorgeousness , so much inspiration!!! I've wanted to have a picnic all summer but it's now planned for Fall. I love your "Fall picnic" so I will be enjoying all of these flashbacks today. Thinking of you..................Blessings.

Peggy said...

Hi, first time visitor to your blog. What lovely and creative tablescapes you have made. It gets me into the fall mood. I'm trying to hold out because here in Western Pennsylvania fall comes all too soon and is all too short. But it's my favorite season so I can't wait to get out all the oranges and yellows.

Ginger said...

You have some beautiful fall tablescapes. I am looking forward to fall, but it will be a long time for us here in Las Vegas. We have this desert heat until October usually.

Anonymous said...

Hi Laurie! Oh, these are lovely tablescapes and I just can't believe Fall is just around the corner. Seems like there should be some more summer! Hope you're doing well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Stacey said...

Laurie, you've always been such a talented tablescaper! I love that you've always set tables for the adults and the kids. That's pure sweetness!

Happy Thoughts of Home. :)

Darlene Gardner said...

You have been on my mind - hope this post means you are feeling much better. All of your tablescapes are so creative and different from each other. Lots of inspiration here, as always.

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

all the table settings are inspiring and make me want to start fall decorating right now. lovely.

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Laurie, you have had some great Fall settings! I think the picnic setting was one of my all-time favorites! How fun that must have been. I haven't started any fall decorating yet; but, I'm getting ready. I have put away my decor that is more Summery; and I am doing what I call 'transitional' decorating.

xinex said...

All these tables are nicely decorated, Laurie, hard to pick a favorite. So glad to see you stop by. Hope you ate doing well....Christine