Simple Fall Tablescape

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Hello friends. I hope you’ve had a nice week. Fall officially starts tomorrow and I’m ready for cooler temperatures. Notice I said ‘cooler’ not colder.  Speaking of colder, I know some of my friends in
Alberta got a dusting of snow the other day….ummm? definitely not ready for that just yet.
Each season brings us so much beauty and I’m thoroughly enjoying decorating with seasonal fruit. Do you remember a couple of weeks ago, I told  you about my neighbours who have a peach tree? Well, a little bit further down the road, I have another neighbour who has a pear tree. ha.
No, I didn’t ask them for pears, but I can spot their pretty little pears in the distance and so….
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I went looking for pretty little pears at the grocery store. These are just the perfect hint of fall colour and it’s such a simple way to adorn your table.  Falltablescapecraftberrybush-3
I put together a little arrangement with inexpensive grocery store flowers. I then anchored it on top of this pizza board along with some baby boos and more pears.  Falltablescapecraftberrybush-4
Super simple and super sweet…:)
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I think these flowers are called football mums and last time I bought some they lasted for over two weeks!  Falltablescapecraftberrybush-6 Completely effortless, just remember to place cutlery on the table , unlike me. oops.
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As usual, thank you so much for stopping by and I also want to thank Alicia for putting this blog hop together.
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Much love,

Lucy

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Comments

  1. Marie says

    With or without the flatware it is stunning. Early fall we have lovely pink and orange hues. Will be simulating using pomegranates.

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