Last weekend I worked on a Fall Tablescape. It was a lot of fun to put together! I started with the DIY centerpiece box I build last year (Find the easy tutorial HERE) and then filled it up with a whole bunch of fall goodness.
The white pumpkins are real, but the gold ones are inexpensive plastic ones I bought at Hobby Lobby and spray painted gold.
The gold leaves are from last year too. I found some oak leaves in the yard, pressed them flat for a few days in between books, and then spray painted them gold. Quick and easy!
The green hydrangeas might just be my favorite part. My mom cut these from her yard earlier this summer and dried them. She brought me over a whole bunch - they are so pretty!
The purple-blue flowers are some type of thistle, I think and came in a grocery store bouquet. They were in water, but I think they will dry really nicely here in the centerpiece. The other bits of greenery are Lamb's Ear, a perennial we have growing in the yard. They were a perfect filler for the centerpiece box.
The place mats are brand new - I just bought them from Crate & Barrel. Find them here.
I'm sharing this post with Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Through Life.