Today I’m sharing a fun and easy DIY tablescape inspired by a fun, eclectic mix of rustic and glam! I created this with Thanksgiving in mind (I’m actually using it for a fun Friendsgiving I’m throwing!) but you can really use this for any fall dinner party you might be throwing! My color scheme was Rose Gold, Navy, Burgundy, and Pine Green.
I started with a white table cloth and added a burlap runner for a classic rustic touch.
Then I added a navy ribbon down the center of the runner. To add in the navy of my color scheme!
For the center piece I started out with two pine branches and added some burgundy berries to each side. ( I know this looks christmas-y but bear with me, it’ll get fall-ish I promise!)
Then I added fake pumpkins and leaves that I spray painted with rose gold paint! The easiest and prettiest way to add some glam to your fall decor!
Next I added my favorite part of the whole table which is this light that says “gather.” It adds such a cool element to the table! People expect candles or flowers in a centerpiece but almost no one expects a light like this- it’s the perfect wow factor! It’s battery powered so no need to string an extension cord to a nearby wall! I just tucked the battery pack into the pine branches and no one can see a thing!
For plating, I used a combination of patterned and solid paper plates. I like printed paper plates because they make clean up easy & they’re affordable for large parties, but also they bring a cute pattern to the tablescape! I did use real glasses though because I thought it would add a little bit of fanciness since this is a glam dinner party 🙂
So, right before this shoot I was running through Target grabbing last minute things and I found these Pine Tree Stir Sticks in the dollar section ($3), and I DIE. Like, seriously how cute?! I know they’re a little christmas-y but it matched the centerpiece, come on!!
This is the main plating I used and tossed a little leaf on the plate to tie in some fall.
And that’s it! I hope you liked these tablescape ideas and implement them into your Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving celebrations!
PS- If you need some cute thanksgiving printables for some decor checkout this post from last year where I designed a bunch of free artwork you can print off and hang up for seasonal decor!
Oh and, here’s all the links I could find for what I used:
Have a great Thanksgiving, friends! I’m thankful for each and every one of you!