September Table Setting Inspo



Alright, who doesn't love Fall? More importantly, who doesn't love Pumpkin Spice Lattes? Really! 


Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. The weather is perfect, the trees are turning, I can whip out my scarves, and I can shake up my table settings with a little bit of spice -- Literally! 

Once the first day of September rolls around, I am already laying cinnamon sticks and pine cones on the table. I am THAT excited about it!


I wanted to share some of my inspiration with you too! Check out my Pinterest Board on Table settings for even more neat ideas! 



You have GOT to have some Fall food staples to bring together a seasonal ensemble. Get out those cranberries, roasted nuts, and plenty of softer florals to create this look! 



Even adding darker hues to a table that's typically "un-seasoned" adds a touch of Autumn to the atmosphere. For those of you who aren't quite ready for the Pumpkin Spice scented everything, try this out and ease your way into Fall. 



Succulents. I LOVE succulents! Mix it up with pine cones and white floral, and you have an instant Autumn! Extra credit opportunity: use scented pine cones and garnish your centerpiece with cinnamon sticks for a natural spritz of Fall scent on your table. 



I like this setting, because you can reuse aspects of it year round! The only things you'd have to limit to just one season is the flora you use on your table. That can be really easy and affordable if you have plants around you that people associate with the holidays. For me, I pick pecans with my girls and bring home small branches from pine trees. Super easy, and fun for the whole family! 



If you really look at this closely, there isn't really any one piece unique to Fall, but the pain table cloth paired with deeper colors goes a long way. If the colors on your table match the colors you'd wear at that time of year, then you're probably doing something right! 


All these Autumn thoughts are making me want to roast pecans... Pray for my diet! 


XOXO - Darbie

Darbie Angell

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