This gorgeous pumpkin tablescape is perfect for hosting your Thanksgiving dinner, a Friendsgiving get-together, or even a fun fall dinner party. It has a combination of faux and real pumpkins, eucalyptus garland, gorgeous tableware, and a free printable for each place setting.
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WHERE I FOUND THE DÉCOR FOR MY TABLE
I am such a sucker for a gorgeous tablescape. Regardless if it’s for a fun dinner party, a holiday, a special celebration, or even a dinner for two, I love beautiful table décor.
The centerpiece of my pumpkin tablescape is so easy to put together. I used a combination of real and faux pumpkins. I found my real pumpkins at our local farmers market. They are tiny and fit perfectly throughout my pumpkin tablescape. The faux pumpkins are from a local craft store, but you can find some similar to mine on Amazon.
I also found the eucalyptus garland at my local craft store, but you can find similar ones on Amazon. The artificial fall-colored berry stems were some I had hidden in a tote with fall items, but you can find similar ones on Amazon.
The beeswax candles add a touch of rustic and a touch of elegance to my pumpkin tablescape. They are displayed in crystal candlestick holders that I picked up from Facebook Marketplace. I’ve seen similar ones to mine on Facebook Market place for $5 – $8.
IDEAS TO INCORPORATE INTO YOUR PUMPKIN TABLESCAPE
- Faux or real fall leaves
- Dried flowers in fall colors
- Dried wheat stems
MY FAVORITE PART OF THE PUMPKIN TABLESCAPE
My favorite part of the pumpkin tablescape is my gorgeous bone china and the free Thanksgiving printable I placed on each plate.
I found this china by accident when I was buying some silverware to match my other china. The family had several sets of china they were trying to find a home for, and I’m so glad they found me! We have become friends, and I’m working on learning more about where the china came from and who it belonged to in the family.
I feel like this china is so simple, yet makes an elegant farmhouse pumpkin tablescape that just works. The added touch of the free Thanksgiving printable tags just pulls the entire look together, because I’ve incorporated the colors of the center by printing my tags on orange paper.
I love the simple china, and I think a busy pattern of china would take away from the pumpkin tablescape. The neutral colors of the dishes help the centerpiece to pop and the tags to pop.
If you don’t have china or nice dishes that would fit with your theme, buy paper plates! In my Simple Thanksgiving Tablescape post, I used paper plates and disposable charger plates that I found at Home Goods. It was super inexpensive and super easy to clean up!
Whenever we host a dinner party, it always seems a topics of conversation is about the table settings. I love that my table décor allows our guests to delve into the discussions about the hidden secrets our place settings hold.
ENJOY YOUr GET-TOGETHER
I hope you have fun putting your pumpkin tablescape together. It will be the perfect touch for this fall and throughout the Thanksgiving holiday season.