Don’t you love fall table decorations? Would you like to create a gorgeous table, but you aren’t quite sure what to do? Then I am glad you stopped by! You can create a beautiful table on a budget. Below are some really easy and budget friendly ideas.
Fall Table Decorations
I recently attended a Parade of Homes and saw some beautiful fall table decorating ideas. This fall table was designed by Julie McCoy Interiors. A beautiful gold charger highlights the fall colored dishes.
Fall Table Decorations From a Bird’s Eye View
The twig place mats can be purchased at World Market for around $16.00 for a set of two. You can find inexpensive gold chargers, and inexpensive colored plates from stores like Old Time Pottery, or Hobby Lobby, or discount stores like T.J. Maxx. Next, look for fake corn husks at the craft store, add miniature white pumpkins and a cloth napkin on top of the salad plate, and you have a fantastic place setting.
Miniature White Pumpkins Are My Favorite!
One of my favorite design companies in Nashville is ReFresh. Lauren Blalock and Kara Blalock have such a wonderful way of making a house look and feel comfortable and homey. This white pumpkin paired with striped gray and white dishes is a perfect fall table decorating ideas.
One of my favorite things about fall decorating is using natural elements. Not only is it inexpensive, but you can’t beat God’s nature for the best decoration.
Making Some Cool Place Cards
I love making place cards! These little grapevine pumpkins were actually fall picks. I cut off the plastic pick close to the pumpkin, so it would lay flat.
These little pumpkins make beautiful Thanksgiving place cards!
It doesn’t take long to make your name tags. One trick I love is using my light brown stamp ink. After you cut out your name tag, use a small sponge and gently rub it over your ink pad. Next, brush only the edges of your name tag.
Decorating a Pumpkin With Ribbon
This is a plastic pumpkin that I decorated using ribbon I found in the sewing section of the craft store. I used black and gold Chevron ribbon on the sides of the pumpkin, and green and tan ribbon to create a bow for the top. I also hot glued faux wheat, berries, and leaves.
Remember, have fun creating you fall table decorations. Always walk up and down the craft aisles. You never know what might jump out at you. Happy fall!