Hey there friends!! Have you started decorating for fall yet this year?? I’ve started easing in a few things here and there. Since the temperatures are still pretty warm here, I just can’t jump all in…yet. HA! I knew I wanted to create a fall tablescape for y’all, because it’s honestly one of my favorite things to do, and y’all seem to like it as well. I hand in mind some things I had on hand I wanted to use and then I saw these cute chargers at Dollar Tree and the ideas started flowing!! Here’s where I started.
Pretty right? Not the orange and black table that I put together last year. And not even the fall color scheme I typically gravitate to, but let me tell you I love the way it turned out!!
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I bought these wheat stalks years ago on clearance after Thanksgiving at Hobby Lobby. I think the black is so interesting. I placed them in simple glass vases from the Dollar Tree. The Dollar Tree truly is a great place to find table decor. I know I’ve told you this before, but it’s true and I continue to find new things to add to my tablescape hoard.
I tied the wheat bundles up with some ribbon from Hobby Lobby. I also used this ribbon to make napkin “rings” – by just tying a bow around each napkin. This is wired-edged ribbon, which makes pretty bows possible for me.
A little dried eucalyptus (also from Hobby Lobby) and some collected brass candlesticks, round out the centerpiece. I staged this table with white candles, but I would not burn real candles on this table because of the large wheat stalks – fire hazard. But, if you have some battery powered candles, that would look lovely. 🙂
The Dollar Tree chargers pair nicely with my Dollar Tree plates. Love the woodsy look going on here! The napkins were another end of season clearance find from Target last year. And I finally decided to invest in some “gold” flatware! I found this set on Amazon. It’s stainless steel, dishwasher safe, and a great price!
Table decor doesn’t have to be crazy elaborate, or crazy expensive. I think this table looks pretty grand with those tall wheat stalks! This picture gives you a better idea of how tall those wheat stalks are.
I love it and I plan on using a few of these ideas for our Thanksgiving table this year! Here’s your preview family! 🙂