Thursday, September 22, 2011

Fall Fruit Tablescape

Good Morning!  What a wonderful day it is here!  The sky's have opened up and it's raining a bountiful blessing all over our freshly planted sod.  That makes me very happy!

I  feel so thankful for quite a bit lately!  After finishing my setting for Tablescape Thursday today, I stood back and looked at it and couldn't help but think how much it reminds me about the fruits of the spirit. I think setting a pretty tablescape for those you love is definitely a reflection of the fruit of the spirit.  It's even more fun when you create one that actually reflects that message.  Now, I don't seriously think the Mr. will really pick up on all that y'all, but at least I can and maybe you too!

These photos are going to be a little dark because it's quite overcast today.

That's why I decided to make a centerpiece out of my electric candle.

I think it's kinda romantic too!


Here's my setting! I brought out quite a bit of layers for this one. 

I started with my brown crochet place mats.  

Then added a bamboo charger.

The dinner plates are from my everyday dishes.

 I  then added a burgundy salad plate to give this setting more contrast and add a touch of fall color.

That was topped off with one of my everyday salad/dessert dishes.

My dinner napkins have fruit on them also.  It's hard to see in these photos but they actually have a blackish brown background.

I couldn't help myself, I just had to bring this bamboo flatware back out.  I just love this set.  If you don't have any yet.  You really should get some!  They literally go well with so much!

I finally got a chance to bring out the green goblets I've been itching to use this time of year.

Here's how they all stacked up!

Here's a few closeups of the centerpiece I put together on our lazy susan.  

I added a fruit candle ring to the light then mixed in a a small fall garland of flowers...

...and surrounded that with several ceramic pumpkins to add to the mix.


A little cream and sugar...

...along with salt and pepper and we're all set!



Placemats; Tuesday Morning
Chargers; Thrift store
Dinner & Salad Plate; Ross, pattern: Market Basket
Burgundy Salad; Pier 1 (from Goodwill)
Napkin; Tomlinson's Warehouse
Napkin Ring; Lenox Outlet
Flatware; Home Goods
Goblets; Walmart (Better Homes & Garden)
Cream & Sugar; Yardsale
Salt & Pepper; Cracker Barrel
Fruit Candle Ring; Home Interiors
Floral Garland; Michaels
Ceramic Pumpkins; Hobby Lobby & Dollar Tree


Thanks for stopping by today!
I hope you have a wonderful afternoon, rain or shine!