Tablescapes, Falling Leaves

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Bright autumn leaves

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and pumpkins galore

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My favorite parts of fall

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There’s no need to say more~

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Enjoy every leaf, every sight and smell

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The cool crisp air, makes everything well

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Nature’s last flurry of colors delight the eyes

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Before winter sets in with eternal gray skies

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Just like Cinderella, beware of the time

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Autumn won’t last forever, winter’s not far behind

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Enjoy your pumpkin as if it’s your carriage

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Pumpkins and leaves make such a sweet marriage!

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The joys of fall!

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Juicy Details

table is set with leaf place mats atop a Folded Runner on a gray & white graphic tablecloth

leaf napkins and ceramic pumpkin bowls/World Market

Napoli oversized dinner plates and salad plates/Pflatzgraff

grapevine wreaths, wheelbarrow, faux leaves/Hobby Lobby

Custom Candlesticks

painted wine glasses/JMdesigns

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13 Responses to “Tablescapes, Falling Leaves”
  1. Mary says:

    There is nothing prettier than leaves and pumpkins this time of year Jenna! I’m thankful for our week of rain that will keep our leaves from turning crispy and falling off the trees before changing color. I love your wee wheelbarrow of pumpkins as a centerpiece and your Napoli rimmed plates look perfectly paired with your tiger stripe pumpkins at your table 🙂

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  2. The wheelbarrow is so cute! Love the three different candleholders with pumpkins. Pretty Fall table, Jenna!!

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  3. Emily says:

    You always know how to celebrate the seasons with your tablescapes, this is just lovely. I especially love the centerpiece using the pumpkins and tall candleholders with leaves. Great autumn inspiration………..

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  4. lulu says:

    I like this, Jenna. It’s a simple table with just enough on it to be interesting.

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  5. Lynn says:

    All happy fall colors-enjoy:@)

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  6. sandi magle says:

    Really stunning with the elevated small pumpkins. This is certainly making me rethink my candlesticks. Great post, Thanks, Sandi

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  7. Kim says:

    What a wonderful fall leaf post! I like the candle sticks with the tiny pumpkins stacked inside. Your plate stack is amazing! The charger looks very pumpkin-like with the sections around the rim of the plate. I’ve never seen a vine wreath between plates before, but it looks really neat on your table. You are so daring sometimes, and it works! 🙂

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  8. Beautiful again. You are so talented! Love your use of the candlesticks.. The colors and variety of your plate stack are so striking. Thanks for sharing. Valerie

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  9. hollybertone says:

    Hi Jenna – I’ve been in a tablescape slump lately and I love your tablescape – it’s given me some new inspiration. Love the pumpkins on the candlesticks! I’m going to have to dust off the china and get back into the tablescape cult this week. Happy fall to you! Hugs, Holly

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