An easy and Elegant fall tablescape with lovely golden yellow tones, leaves, heirloom pumpkins, and cozy candlelight is easy to put together for warm and inviting Autumn entertaining or even Thanksgiving dinner.
It seems like traditional fall colors aren’t as popular as neutrals or nontraditional colors lately, but I still love them. When the air begins to turn crisp and the leaves begin to change, I love adding warm tones to our home. There is something very cozy and inviting about bringing the beauty of fall indoors. I truly can’t think of a more beautiful time of the year.
The leaves on some of the trees have begun to change, but it seems like it is at the highest point of most trees- higher than I could ever reach. I have these faux branches that I think look so real (I think I got them at Hobby Lobby but it was a couple years ago) and I love how the leaves have all of the fall colors. I put them in an antique French galvanized bucket so they are easy to move from table to counter and back for our fall decor needs.
I added heirloom green and white pumpkins to the table to compliment the leafy centerpiece. I used a vintage apple picking blanket (I found it on ebay years ago) as a table square/ tablecloth so the red stripes would compliment the reds in the leaves. And of course I added candlelight- my favorite thing to add to an inviting fall table.
I made homemade mini loaves of French bread for each place setting by using my favorite recipe (recipe HERE). I split the dough evenly foo make 8 loaves and followed all other instructions from the recipe. I did also scale back a little on the rise time before baking- about 15 minutes. This French bread recipe is really so good and easy to make.
I grew some of the pumpkins in my garden this year, but the green ones are from a local grocery store. I was so excited to see their pumpkins out! I think pumpkins are the cutest vegetable by far.
I love the cozy golden colors of fall. They remind me of wonderful things- sunsets, cornfields, and the golden glow of autumn at dusk.
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