My blush pink and orange fall tablescape with details, links, and tips for recreating the look!
Hi, friends! I’m so crazy excited to share my fall tablescape with y’all today. I’ve shared dozens of tablescapes over the last 8 years (how has it been that long?!), but this one might just be my favorite.
I incorporated blush pinks with traditional oranges and autumn colors to create a pretty fall table that I’ll be leaving up all the way through Thanksgiving!
Fall Tablescape Details
Blush pink is one of my favorite colors, and it’s truly stunning any time of year. I love how pink pairs with orange so it was a no-brainer that a blush pink and orange tablescape had to happen this fall.
It makes me so happy to walk past my dining room and see this pretty table. We’ll enjoy meals here all season and of course – Thanksgiving too!
Even Blakely loves this table, but with the added pink, it’s easy to see why. ;)
I love to pull out all my wooden boards to use for appetizers or serving miniature desserts.
Fall Table Linens
It all started with this beautiful autumn tablecloth (from HomeGoods) combined with blush pink gingham napkins. They’re from Pottery Barn who sadly only has them in a few other colors now, but not blush pink. Their flax color is beautiful though and very versatile for year-round entertaining!
I did find these pink buffalo check napkins for a similar look. I’ll let you know if I spot the blush pink back in stock at PB though! However, don’t be afraid to mix patterns. Stripes are another option that I love – love – LOVE!
This flatware is one I use time and time again. The gold and white pairs so well with almost any decor. You can find it available here.
Simply white dinner plates (also HomeGoods) are topped with my very favorite white and gold pumpkin plates. I got these pumpkin plates at Michaels last year. You may have luck checking your local store. You can achieve a similar look with simple white salad plates topped with a white pumpkin!
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. Investing in a great set of white plates is so very beneficial for year-round entertaining. You can change color schemes, holidays, and occasions with a beautiful set of white dinnerware!
Speaking of little white pumpkins, Target’s Bullseye Sections had the most adorable miniature white porcelain pumpkins with gold stems so I stocked up on 8 for my tablescape.
Using real or faux white pumpkins are a good alternative for these too! You could even paint the stem with a bit of gold paint if you’re feeling crafty.
See how mini pumpkins add a touch of autumn to this blue and white fall tablescape here!
I pulled out my brass candlestick holders (here are similar ones) and a few different colors of tapered candles (oranges, blush pink, and a coral). One key is varying the heights of your candles and holders to add visual interest.
Flowers are my favorite! A few fall details like wheat stalks and fall berries were added in to lots of blush pinks and oranges. David Austen roses are one of my favorite varieties of flowers to buy because they’re such a beautiful rose. Whenever I have extra flowers and greenery, I use them in small bud vases to scatter around the table.
Adjust your Fall Tablescape for Thanksgiving:
What I love about fall is that you can easily create a tablescape and adjust it for Thanksgiving with a few tweaks.
- I’ll add in my family photo place cards (seen at last year’s Thanksgiving table). It’s a fun tradition that my family has done for years.
- Next, I’ll give Blakely a cute kid’s paper placemat with crayons to keep her busy. Target has some cute paper placemats in their Thanksgiving section right now!
- Lastly, I have a few “thankful” signs I’ll add to the table as well.
- I might also add a few cards for family to write down what they are most thankful for this year! This is an easy printable that you can DIY.
I hope you’re inspired to add an unusual twist to your fall tablescape! Whether it’s blush pink, purple (see this pretty table), or your own twist, I’d love to see it! Be sure to share with me! Plus, check out a few other ideas below for even more tablescape inspiration!