Fall Tablescape

I’ve teamed up with five bloggers I met while at the Haven conference for a month long series celebrating the unofficial arrival of fall.  If you’re visiting from 2 Bees in a Pod welcome! If you’re a regular to this blog and you’re missing Feel Good Friday’s, no worries, we will be back on schedule in October.  When we first started talking about a fall series for September, it gave me the giggles.  As a native Floridian, in September we’re preparing for hurricanes and the mums have yet to bloom.  While the rest of the country takes pride in golden colored leaves and dropping temperatures, we’re still in flip flops and tank tops.  In a sea of pine trees and palmetto bushes the signs of fall can be few and far between.


To help me get in the mood, I brought out all my must haves.  Louis Armstrong belting out “Autumn in New York,” my favorite fall scented candle and the ultimate nod to the season, a Pumpkin Spiced Latte.


I bought these place mats while out shopping one day with my Mom.  As soon as I saw them I knew they would be perfect for a fall tablescape.  I love the warm tones of the sticks held together with a simple piece of jute.


You guys know how much I adore white plates and vintage china in general.  I don’t know if I will ever tire of them.  Swoon.


I picked up these wagons at The Warehouse a few weeks ago. A big shipment of holiday ornaments had just arrived.  I chose these wagons, birds, tree plates and vintage snowflake ornaments.


I bought these garden tool ornaments as well. They remind me that fall is a time of harvest.  The fresh herbs are from my garden.   You can pick up white gift tags just like this at any local craft store.


I really wanted to use items from my home or yard, so I chose these magnolia cuttings for the centerpiece.  If you decide to bring in the outdoors, make sure to clean well.


I’ve been keeping these weathered gourds all summer.  I really want to grow some of my own.  I hear they appreciate sandy soil, which is exactly what I have.


I use these white candles and glass holders all the time.  They’re an easy way to add a bit of ambiance.


Some of my favorite memories have happened around the dinner table.  I wish you guys were here to hang out.  We could visit for hours.


Be sure to check out Bobbi’s fall tablescape at Blu Water Life  tomorrow! She has the heart of an islander.  I’m so excited to see what she has in store.  If you missed any part of the tour this week check out: The Striped HouseConcord Cottage ,The Altered Past and 2 Bees in a Pod. I’ll be in the kitchen next week with a fall recipe for you!


Many blessings for a fall like weekend,



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  1. Love how you got your fall vibe on with pumpkin spiced latte! White and neutrals with candles and greens are always one of my fave looks ~ and magnolia with fresh greenery is perfect Coco!! I’m with you on the islander view of fall ~ but we find a way to embrace the season because it’s comin’on. Love your interpretation, from one island soul to another <3 Bwg ~~~

    1. I love pumpkin anything Bobbi! Thank you for all of your sweet comments on my tablescape, I really appreciate it!

  2. It’s beautiful CoCo! Those wagons are adorable! Now I want to run to Old Time Pottery and see if they have anything like that. Such a cute place card idea!! Love your tablescape! Hugs! Angie

    1. I really appreciate it Angie, thank you so much! I hope you find some ornaments, I will keep a look out for you as well in my neck of the woods!

  3. I simply love this tablescape! The vintage wagons and place card tags are my favorite! And you know this Southern girl is diggin’ the magnolia 🙂 Great job!!

    1. Can you believe those are Christmas ornaments Vicki? It was a great day at the warehouse that day my car was loaded!

  4. Liz Bonin says:

    I LOVE your table! Kudos to you for thinking outside of the box and creating a table that makes me feel a change of seasons without the use of traditional fall colors or pumpkins! It’s simple yet elegant and beautiful. ❤️Liz

    1. Thanks so much Liz! It is hard to decorate with fall colors when it’s so hot outside. I think I could totally be a mountain girl during the fall season 🙂

  5. I love, love, love this table scape. The white table setting and the green are perfect. I have to say my favorite things are those adorable little wagons. So very cute. You have touched my heart with the little place card with my name on it. Well, I am assuming it was for me. HA! I wished I could be there with you enjoying a cup of coffee and conversation with you over your beautiful tablescape. Love and prayers my friend.

    1. This place card was for you Renee! Thank you for all of your kind comments. Can you believe those wagons are Christmas ornaments? I was so excited to find them at the warehouse. Love and prayers to you too sweet lady!

  6. Coco, Omg I love your story telling and the way you describe where you live, it makes me feel like I’m right there..lol. Love your fall table and the rusty wagons and mini lawn mowers mixed with the greenery and herbs. It looks fab with the white china and candles. LOVE!! have a great weekend, Lisa

    1. Lisa, you leave the sweetest comments, thank you!

  7. So cute. I just love those little tools!!! How sweet. I had my first pumpkin spice latte last week, and then I had another the next day 😉

    1. Thank you Kelly! I bought some pumpkin spiced coffee and now I’m on the hunt for pumpkin spiced syrup. I hope I’m not all pumpkined out by Halloween 🙂

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