Welcome, dear friends! I am so excited that you are visiting today, because you are in for a real treat. Today, I’m joining several of my blogging friends to bring you our autumn tablescapes. Our hostess is the talented Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate. A list of all of the participants can be found at the end of this post.
With our temperatures being in the mid 90s with high humidity, I decided to move my tablescape to the breakfast area of my kitchen. I had every intention to do an outdoor tablesetting, but I just couldn’t handle the sweltering heat.
The pretty autumnal orange roses and sunflower was the inspiration for my tablescape. I adore the traditional fall color palette. The Country French tablecloth with colors of red, green, and yellow compliment the color scheme.
Each place setting consists of a green straw placemat for texture topped with a Mikasa English Countryside plate and cute pumpkin salad plate by Better Homes and Gardens. Rounding out the setting are French Country red napkins in a traditional pattern, Reed and Barton flatware, and Godinger Dublin crystal glasses.
Sweet friends, your visits and gracious comments always make my day. Be sure to visit the other tables on the blog hop. I know you will find lots of beautiful inspiration for your fall tables. Take care, and have a most blessed day!
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Shannon, I understand about the heat and humidity…it has been brutal. Finally, we have had a break in the humidity.
Your table is beautiful and perfect for autumn. You have the prettiest French country linens, I love the tablecloth and napkins. The place setting is so lovely with the BH&G pumpkin salad plates. Are those new for this year? Your flowers add the finishing touch. Wishing you a joy-filled day sweet friend!
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Good Morning Shannon. What a lovely table you have set for the fall with your French country linens. They are quite lovely. Your centerpiece is exquisite. The flowers add so much. And those salad plates add the autumn touch. Quite lovely my friend!
Take good care… hope your ankle is doing well.
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Shannon, Your table is so charming. It was so creative to surround the vase of flowers with the apples and eucalyptus. I was immediately drawn to it. Then my eye went to your apple plates.
You have lovely french linens and your straw placemats add just the needed texture.
Have a lovely day and a wonderful week.
I do so LOVE your website that my name and address are filled in and I don't have to type it each time!
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So pretty! Happy Fall!
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What a wonderful fall setting! Love the pumpkins plates!
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Really cute and cozy?
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Apples, pumpkins and sunflowers are all my favorite fall elements Shannon and your table is just delightful! I don't blame you for setting the table inside where it's cool!! I love the bright flowers you chose to ease our way from summer heat to a more gentler fall…Love your pretty pumpkin plates and the soft green place mats matching the eucalyptus leaves, and your wonderful cloth is a great base for all your fall touches!
Shannon, your table is beautiful. I do love your centerpiece, with your lovely arrangement surrounded by apples. So fall. Your linens are gorgeous as well as your pumpkin plates.
I do hope you soon see cooler days. It is beginning to be a little cooler here, but the AC is still going.
Have a great week, my friend.
Shannon, truly a delightful table to welcome fall. The centerpiece is gorgeous with the rich colors. love that you added apples in your tablescape. How pretty the plates are. The french country linens are always a treasure and look gorgeous. I do understand about the heat. it's too hot and smoky to dine outdoors here. Always a pleasure to hop along with you.
Beautiful table Shannon! We have been treated to a break in the heat and humidity that has kept me in the air conditioning most of the summer! Your table for four is delightful! Your centerpiece is so pretty. I love how you have paired the flowers with a ring of greenery and apples! And, those pumpkin plates are darling! Pleasure joining you on this blog hop today!
Love those pumpkin plates.
Where can I find some of those?
Shannon, as a dishaholic, I have to comment on your Mikasa English Countryside plates. My mom has that pattern and I've always loved it. They are the perfect pattern to use for Fall and you've done a beautiful job with your table. So, what time is dinner?
Beautiful table, loving your tablecloth and the pumpkin dishes are very pretty.
I'm not a summer person at all so I'm ready for cooler weather.
Those beautiful plates are just perfect for a fall tablescape! I love your vibrant colors and the way you surrounded the vase with apples – so pretty! Great hopping with you again!
Shannon, I love your beautiful table and tablecloth! It’s the perfect foundation for your English Countryside dinner plates and pretty pumpkin salad plates. I love the addition of the seeded eucalyptus and apples bordering your pretty flowers too! I can totally relate with the heat and humidity.
So happy to hop with you again and celebrate fall. ♥
What an inviting table – I can almost smell the apple pie baking! Love your plate choice, they look slightly familiar! 🙂 It's so fun to be on a hop with you! Take care and have a wonderful rest of your day!
Shannon, your tablescape is lovely, and it really speaks autumn to me. I'm crushing on your pretty place mats w/ woven edges. Would you care to disclose where you found them? I've never seen ones like that. Hugs!
So pretty Shannon, very cozy and inviting. Your tablecloth is the perfect foundation for the pieces you've assembled. The plates are so pretty and I'd be tempted to use them often. Beautifully styled!
Shannon, no need to burden yourself with the heat and humidity when the tablescape inside is as welcoming as any can be! I have those salad plates and I loved how they resembled the more expensive version by Pottery Barn. You've styled them beautifully with your textiles, and the centerpiece of food among the flowers is delightful. Happy September!
Shannon, it has always been my desire to collect French-inspired tablecloths. I love the mixture of patterns like the napkins with your lovely tablecloth. I immediately feel that I am in the French countryside. It really blends beautifully with your lovely floral centerpiece with its bright pop of color and it is all tied together with the subtle sage green color and pumpkin plates. Although it might be very hot outdoors, I feel like I am in the midst of the scenic beauty of France seeing your lovely table. Stay cool.
Shannon, your pumpkin plates are so pretty and I love your floral centerpiece–such a lovely fall tablescape! Pinned & tweeted! Happy Fall!
Shannon, once again you have set a beautiful table. I love the colorful centerpiece and your darling plates. I understand about setting the table inside. And, today, it's poring cats and dogs.
Shannon, your fall table is beautifully set for the upcoming season. Your floral centerpiece is so pretty, I like the way you adorned it with the eucalyptus and apples. I am with you in liking the traditional colors of fall, and you have captured that wonderfully with a French county flair! It is always fun to hop with you. I wish you cooler weather to enjoy!