30 fall ideas for the home including a hot chocolate tray and dried flowers – how to create a fall tablescape.
Dried Flowers – How to Create a Fall Tablescape
I love fall.
Pumpkins, hot chocolate, salted caramel lattes, brilliantly colored leaves, a cool breeze, football games, and mums – there is so much to love.
One of the things I love the most is the warmth of the color palette with its soft greens, burnt oranges, and rich reds.
And second to my fireplace mantel, the tablescape centerpiece is my favorite place to begin adding touches of fall.
My very favorite flower of all time is white hydrangea bushes.
We have 10 of them at this house, and I will definitely use white hydrangeas in our landscaping again when we build.
In the summer, they have a beautiful white flower that come late July starts to turn a pretty light green.
Every year in August, I clip a bunch of the dried light green blooms and lay them out in the center of the table.
I love my super cute wooden trays!
They come in a set of 2, and you can find them HERE!
These particular roses do not dry well, but they make a pretty table for a day or so.
I love my coral-colored rose bushes!
“Blessed Beyond Measure.”
We had hot chocolate for the first time of the season this past weekend!
When I’m done with the tablescape I use the dried hydrangeas in vases around the house.
These are about 2 years old now.
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