I have received an arrangment from FTD for this post. All thoughts and opinions are still 100% my own!
Decorating tablescapes and creating centerpieces for fall often include autumn leaves. This year, try creating a fall tablescape centered around plants! I received a beautiful WonderFall Wishes Harvest Dish Garden fall arrangement from FTD and adore how the plants bring a different perspective to fall decorating. I often use a lot of fall florals and leaves, but this fall global boho tablescape uses a different type of leaves and I’m loving the look! I’m joining Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate and other talented bloggers to share a variety of fall tablescape ideas to inspire your own autumn table arrangements. Be sure to click the links at the end of the post to see all the tablescape ideas throughout this week to spark your own creation.
Global Boho Fall Tablescape
My kitchen table tablescape started with a large moroccan tray. I just love the size of this tray! Not only is it large enough to house this entire tablescape, but its makes transporting this centerpiece easily to the side during meals. The Wonderfall wishes harvest arrangement contains several different plant types and I’m looking forward to having this arrangement for a while!
Fresh sprigs of eucalyptus line the tray to continue the green color of the plants. To add small pops of color, I used roses in recycled glasses. You better believe I showed my hubs this other advantage of keeping those recyclables! He keeps wanting to toss them out, so on occasion I have to justify the cabinet full of spaghetti jars, milk glasses, baby food containers, etc. Though, he did enjoy the World Market inspired mini succulent hanging jars I created with the baby food containers.
Create a more “fall” looking tablescape by inserting a few seasonal items. Pop in a few cinnamon and orange scented pinecones or juicy apples, in my case both, with a few candles to finish the centerpiece. I love to use a mix of led candles and real candles.
Green and blue is my favorite color combination. I used my blue willow plates with a plain white napkins to finish the table. These vintage napkin rings were part of the huge bag of thrifted napkin rings I used for my tablescape last week! You can see that neutral fall tablescape here. Still shocked I found over 20 vintage rings for a jaw dropping $5!
This fall, consider creating a centerpiece with plants! With the addition of a few seasonal pieces, you too can create a beautiful global boho fall tablescape featuring plants! Be sure to continue the fall tablscape inspiration by hopping over to Kim at Cozinest. Use the links below to start the tour from the beginning or to check out even more ideas throughout the week!