This post is a collaboration with Chinet. I was gifted product from Chinet to create this post, but all opinions are my own.
Fall has been my favorite time of year for as long as I can remember. Growing up in Southern California we did not necessarily get the weather associated with Fall, but there were always delicious meals, time spent watching sports with family and friends, and lots of time spent in the kitchen with my Mom.
My mom always encouraged my brother and me to get in the kitchen. One year my mom even asked me to cook Thanksgiving dinner for my entire family! I remember watching the Food Network for days trying to find the best recipes to make. Finding the recipes to make and cooking Thanksgiving dinner is still one of my favorite Fall memories.
Spending time together with family during the Fall season is so important, and that’s why I loved the opportunity to create this beautiful fall tablescape with Chinet.
I loved creating a beautiful centerpiece with greenery and some fun fall decor, then using Chinet Cut Crystal for all of the tableware. Instead of spending hours in the kitchen doing dishes, you can sit down and enjoy time with your guests.
For this tablescape, I purchase a neutral cream runner, used some ceramic pumpkin plates, and simple greenery. Your tablescape can be simple like mine, or you can add more of your style.
I tend to like minimal tablescapes because it allows your guests to feel less crowded. This is very important to keep in mind if you plan on bringing plates or bowls of food to the table. I also love greenery or small flower arrangements because your guests will be able to see one another rather than trying to look through a super tall arrangement.
Here is a list of everything you need to recreate this tablescape in your home:
Chinet Cut Crystal Dessert Plates
Chinet Cut Crystal Dinner Plates
Chinet Cut Crystal Cutlery
Chinet Cut Crystal 9 oz. Cups
Chinet Cut Crystal 14 oz. Cups
Cream Table Runner (You can find these at any local home decor store.)
Greenery (I typically buy greenery at my local grocery store for around $5-10)
Ceramic Pumpkins (I picked up these at Target. I also think this tablescape would be adorable with real pumpkins.)
Napkin/Napkin Rings (I picked up these at Target.)
Creating this festive Fall tablescape inspired me to make some delicious pumpkin muffins, which will be up on the blog tomorrow, so make sure to come back tomorrow to get the recipe or subscribe to get it sent directly to your email.