Neutral Fall Tablescape

Happy Tuesday everyone! 
Are you ready for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season? Parties, gift shopping, meal prepping, decorating? 
Can I tell you a secret? 
I sure the heck am not!
 We still have two birthdays and one birthday party to make it through before I can shift out of birthday prep mode and change it into holiday mode. 
BUT since the holidays can be such a busy season, I have a simple, neutral fall tablescape to share with you today that you can easily create even when you have a full schedule with little time to spare! 
I kept it rather simple and I love how it came out. 
It will probably just be my little family for the holidays like usual so it doesn’t need to be over the top but still feels special. 
Let’s take a closer look.
I layered a wood charger with a simple white plate and placed the linen napkin on top of the plate with this green pumpkin plate on top.
 I found these green pumpkin plates in the dollar spot at Target. I love them and will be the perfect bread plate during dinner. 
I also bought these linen fringed napkins at Target. 
I just tied them loosely with twine so they can easily be opened up for use. 
These white plates are actually are every day dishes but they can easily be dressed up for holiday meals.
And you may recognize these wood chargers from my Christmas tablescape last year. I bought them in the dollar spot at Target last year and wanted to use them in this tablescape again. Yes, it is spun upside down because I didn’t want to see the pine tree and the plate hides it when it is turned this way. lol It is a faux wood charger so I couldn’t just flip them over to use. 
Simple wine glasses round out the place setting, I need some pretty water goblets but that’s another story.
I placed a linen runner with gold dots on the ends down the center of the table, also found a few seasons ago in the Target dollar spot. 
In the center of the table, I placed my stacked floral pumpkins and my simple lace pumpkin along with some candles and dried hydrangeas from our garden.
I love how these hydrangeas dry out before I cut them. They were originally white but turn green when they begin to die out and then start to turn pink as well. Perfect to cut and add into your fall decor!
We will enjoy eating our Thanksgiving dinner with the set up and since
there are only four of us, there is plenty of space on the ends of the
table to place all the yummy food we will enjoy!
There you have it!
Do you like to set up your table even if it is just your small family for a holiday meal?

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