Rich Jewel Tones
Last year's glam was all about an abundance of silver and gold. This year we're seeing tons of rich jewel tones and luxurious details. This example of fall table decor uses a stunning floral table runner, golden flatware and chargers, crystal plates, and lightly colored glassware.
Gold Dipped Leaves
Little metallic glints can add so much to your fall table decor. You could turn this gold-dipped leaf DIY into place cards with guest names, table numbers, or do as they've shown here and write small messages of gratitude.
Are you a fall traditionalist? Provide each of your tables with an array of napkins in different shades of orange, yellow, and red. Select floral centerpieces that use the same hues to tie everything together.
Using woodcuts on tables has been a popular trend for several seasons. But this tablescape with its woodcut chargers and birch candleholders shows just how pretty a fall table can be with just a few woodsy elements.
It doesn't get much simpler than these easy fall farm-to-table centerpieces. Using the autumn fruit of your choice, seeded eucalyptus, candles, and a cool platter, you can DIY this arrangement in no time.
Although pumpkins will always be the favorite fall symbol, this year wheat is popping up on tables everywhere. Used in centerpieces or just as a sweet touch at each place setting, it adds texture and dimension to your tablescape.
There's a lot to love about this outdoor fall reception. The idea for hanging lights from poles placed between the tables is nothing short of brilliant and the potted centerpieces are a terrific seasonal solution. On a clear autumn evening, few things are more pleasant than a meal outside with friends (just make sure to provide cozy blankets).
This place setting is so charming due to its juxtaposition of different textures and details. The engraved brass charger, soft moss, and sweeping brustrokes of the calligraphy menu create a lovely welcome to the table.
Classic Earth Tones
Another trending color scheme this fall is light earth tones. Shades like ivory, gray, slate blue, and muted ochre add up to a serene, peaceful tablescape that will hep everyone feel a little more relaxed (and at a big event, a bit of zen is always appreciated).
Whether you are hosting an elegant Halloween wedding, or you just want to have a moodier vibe for your fall tablescape, black glassware and details can add so much mystery.