It’s officially pumpkin season! Pumpkins are everywhere nowadays including on my table! In case you couldn’t tell from this Blue & White Fall Patio post, I’m fairly obsessed with this color combo this season (well, not just this season!). It’s fresh but still comforting… so I’m proud to present my Blue & White Pumpkin Fall Tablescape to you today.
I found these sweet little pumpkin plates and the scalloped wood chargers at Michaels Craft Store and they are what really got me going on this. The pretty blue scalloped plates are part of the Pioneer Woman collection from Walmart, they are the Paige plates in Denim.
I really wanted to repeat the pumpkin theme with the centerpiece so I piled fresh flowers on top of a faux pumpkin. To keep your flowers fresh longer, use floral tape to attach a piece of wet floral oasis on top of the pumpkin and “stick” your flowers into the wet oasis.
I used a mix of white and blue hydrangea, a few sprigs of dusty miller, some lavender and a couple of sprigs from a few other potted plants I have around the porch.
The “real” blooms help this setting not feel too “fake” since I’m using faux pumpkins. I like silk flowers on some occassions but sometimes things can begin to feel a little too plastic-y. Do you know what I mean? I try to keep it all in balance.
I couldn’t resist sneaking in the felt acorns that I made last week. I’m truly smitten with these little guys and the colors are perfect here!!
The plaid Anchor “Manchester” glasses go with everything… and of course a mason jar is always a good idea too. I am so happy they have been bringing back the colors. I really want some RED mason jars and keep hoping that one of these holiday seasons soon they will appear on the store shelf!
One really cool element on the table is the flatware – it’s made of WOOD! I found it at Michaels Craft Store and thought it was too adorable to pass up. It’s fancy, but not, since it’s disposable… so sweet!
My ruffled burlap tablecloth is still going strong! You can easily make your own with my ruffled burlap tutorial here. It’s just the right blend of fancy and rustic for this table.
Pale khaki linen napkins are from HomeGoods while the galvanized metal napkin rings are from the dollar bin area at Target (they were $3 for a set of 4).
What do you think? Could you enjoy a blue & white fall table? Does it still feel festive to you even though there’s no orange in sight?
Pinning and sharing are super-appreciated! Plus, it’s a great way to save this for later inspiration if you like it. I love creating and sharing tables like this with you, and it really is my hope that you see something that sparks an idea for your table and helps you make your next meal a little bit more special without too much effort on your part. We’re all busy enough!
Thank you for reading, and as always,