Like most, Fall has to be undoubtedly my favorite time of year. Other than the fact it is socially acceptable for me to wear oversized sweaters and boots most days, I love gathering together with loved ones and celebrating a time of Thankfulness. Joining around a beautifully decorated table with good food and great laughter is what the holidays are all about. So I thought I would share with you my take on a fall table setting perfectly curated for a great get together.

When it comes to setting the perfect table I start with my base, here I have used a fun buffalo check fabric from Hobby Lobby, you can click the link here to check it out.

Next, I love to layer with different textures, styles, and colors. I started with an oversized wood slice serving platter from Target as my charger. Then I moved on to a fun bright napkin, where I then set a simply elegant white plate, that I also purchased from Target. (Target is my weakness. Can I get an AMEN? Here are those links, Wood Serving Platter, Dinner Plate)

Then comes the fun customized piece of my place setting. To show my loved ones a little piece of the appreciation I have for them I created a sweet little place setting and treat that they can take home with them. I found an adorable galvanized metal crate and filled with a crisp granny smith apple and added some yummy caramel dip to a miniature mason jar. I love incorporating a little-customized treat for any of my guests, because who doesn’t love getting a little something special? Am I right?

I then embellished the center of my table with a couple of bundles of fresh greenery from my local flower shop and topped everything off with some adorable little white pumpkins.

I hope my take on a DIY Fall table setting inspired you to get creative and have fun for your next special get together with friends and family. Let me know what YOUR favorite table setting element is in the comments!



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