Just popping in today to share a few simple fall table settings with you, all of which were created in just a few minutes using things I had on hand.
As you know, creating casual, meaningful gatherings is one of my favorite things to do. It means a lot to me to see family and friends gathered around our table enjoying themselves.
I love using my table settings as a way to create a welcoming atmosphere that makes our guests feel special and comfortable. I hope you’ll find some inspiration in these fall table settings that you can bring to your own gatherings! All sources are listed below the post.
Simple Nature-Inspired Fall Table Settings
As you’ll see, I’m loving eucalyptus this fall–especially beautiful seeded eucalyptus, which was thrilled to find at Trader Joe’s for just $2.50 a bunch! If you’re not able to find fresh eucalyptus, Pottery Barn sells beautiful faux eucalyptus. Bonus: it lasts forever!
I love using eucalyptus as a centerpiece and running along the length of the table with candles interspersed. Paired with a bamboo table runner, it’s a fresh look for a fall table. And since we didn’t have real pumpkins in our local stores until recently, I’ve been using pears as pumpkin stand-ins!
I think they look pretty paired with these colorful plaid napkins from Pier One!
Pears also made an appearance out on the patio for a casual fall get-together.
Once the evenings get chilly, you don’t necessarily need to stop entertaining outdoors–as long as you have a cozy throw or two for guests to wrap around their shoulders!
Using woven items, like natural placemats and rattan chairs, adds a touch of warmth to the occasion.
And you can never go wrong with candles–especially in the fall! I love the glimmer of this copper one.
Back indoors, I used those same placemats, along with some faux artichokes and pumpkins, to create a simple fall table setting for a casual weeknight supper.
This is one of my favorite fall table settings, because it incorporates some blue! I love how pretty these napkins look against the dusty blue-green eucalyptus. The cabbage plates were a fun addition to the mix.
We’ve had a few chilly nights recently, which prompted me to bring some of my patio herbs and plants indoors. Needing a place to set them I put them on the dining room table, and with their pretty clay pots, I like how they work as a fall centerpiece!
I’m also liking these black linen napkins I found at Target. All they need is a simple touch, like a sprig of dried eucalyptus, to create a striking table setting.
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Thank you so much for stopping by–and happy gatherings! Make sure to check out these 16 Beautifully Simple Thanksgiving Table Setting Ideas for even more inspiration!