Fall Decor: Style a Gorgeous Blue and White Fall Tablescape

It’s FALL, ya’ll! Okay, so the temperatures in Nashville haven’t quite received the memo, but I’m pushing ahead to all things autumn and hoping the weather cools down soon.

I wanted to share a new tablescape with you that’s perfect for these transitional months when you’re headed into fall and want a gorgeous themed tablescape for dinner parties, early holiday celebrations, or just for your family! 

Blue and White Fall Tablescape

Blue & White Fall Tablescape

I have always adored blue and white so I was hoping to incorporate these into a classic blue and white fall tablescape with autumn details. I love how it turned out, so I wanted to share it with all of you in hopes it inspires a tablescape of your own! 

I’ve included a bullet list of details for recreating this tablescape with items you have at home as well as a few links to similar pieces.

Of course, if you have any questions about this fall tablescape, please leave a comment below and I’ll do my best to answer them! 

Blue and White Tablescape for Fall
Blue and White Tablescape

One thing I wanted to note before I got into the specific details for this blue and white fall tablescape is that you can absolutely tailor this to your favorite hues. I want to give you ideas. I hope you close out this post with at least 1 or 2 (hopefully more) ideas for your own tables. 

You may not be a big blue and white fan. No problem! This can easily be recreated in gorgeous purple hues, greens, black and white, oranges for a more traditional look, etc.

Last year, I did a blush pink and orange fall tablescape that was featured in the current issue of Entertain & Celebrate Magazine. Similar ideas to create it, but totally different look with a change in color scheme! 

I also created a gorgeous Sage Green & White Fall Tablescape too! It’s a great alternative to basic neutrals yet still feels cozy and relaxing in your home!

Blue and White Fall Tablescape
Blue and White Place Setting

Fall Decor: Tips for a Fall Tablescape

Let’s chat details about this tablescape! I’ve shared links and tips below, but again, comment if you have a more specific question! 

  • Begin with a tablecloth or table runner. I found this beige and white check at a local fabric store and used no-sew hem tape to finish the edges. You can find tons of neat tablecloth ideas at a fabric store. Here is a similar beige and white tablecloth!
  • I love all things rattan and cane, so these cane chargers were the perfect addition. These aren’t available anymore, but I also love these for a similar look. 
  • Simple white dinner plates are a staple for anyone who loves to entertain! They can be used year-round for various holidays and seasons. I topped mine with Blue Willow salad plates. Here are similar plates in a dinner plate size. I also love this assorted set!
  • Gold flatware is perfect for fall, my set is the Olivia & Oliver line. Worth noting, this gold and white set is beautiful, and I use it all the time as well! 
  • Buffalo check reminds me so much of fall/autumn prints so it was the perfect napkin for this place setting. It’s a casual pattern so it kept the table from feeling too formal. Here are my navy and white buffalo check napkins!
  • You can choose our favorite glassware. I love the Juliska wine glasses and Waterford stemware for this table. 
  • I added in simple calligraphy place cards in gold and white for the perfect finishing touch! 
  • On the table, I used blue and white ginger jars as vases as well as smaller vases for simple white and green arrangements. I also tucked in tufts of wheat from the craft store to tie in the autumn vibe. 
  • Simple white pumpkins from Target were scattered around, and it gave a fall feel while still keeping my color scheme cohesive!
Blue and White Ginger Jar Tablescape

You can spot the wheat tufts below in the arrangement. You can easily recreate this look with colored florals as well. 

Blue and White Fall Tablescape
Blue and white fall tablescape

I hope you’re ready for fall and inspired for a simple tablescape that will transition you into the holiday season! I’ve shared a few other links below to other fall-themed tablescapes as well! Stay tuned, I have a spooky, festive Halloween table coming your way soon! 

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  1. Love this post! Ordered the napkins to use with my willow dishes. They are a beautiful match! Can’t wait to try this look on my table!

  2. Mary Elizabeth Bowie Guyton says:

    Courtney, I just love your tablescapes. They are so full of color and great ideas. Thank you for your amazing inspiration!

  3. This looks lovely. I’m so happy I’ve stumbled across your blog, the tablescapes are all beautiful!! I love the little white and gold pumpkins

  4. Gorgeous tablescape! I have blue willow, but I love how you used the white plates with the salad plates. I love, love, blue and white, and I especially love how you used the vases and ginger jars with simple green and white flowers. Stunning combination. Where did you get your small pumpkins with the gold stems? They add so much to the design! Thanks for sharing.

  5. I just read the rest of the post and you mentioned Target for the pumpkins! Thanks.

  6. Lasonia Wilbanks says:

    I LOVE the design of your table. The color scheme and floral arrangement is beautiful. It’s very delicate but bold at the same time. I will be mimicking your design this fall. Where did you buy the cane webbing charger plates? The charger plates add a nice touch.

    1. Hi Lasonia! Thank you so much! They were from Pottery Barn and aren’t available anymore, but I linked a similar look in the post itself above. Thanks!

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