Fall Table Ideas

Tomorrow is Kate’s ” Fall Tablescapes and Vignettes” link party, so I wanted to pop on one more time today and share a couple of links so that I could join in on the fun over there tomorrow!


These are super simple projects that didn’t take a lot of time, or cost a lot money to create.

First up, a pheasant-themed Thanksgiving Place Card and Party Favor:

Thanksgiving Place Card and Party Favor | The Lettered Cottage

And second, How To Make A Ship Centerpiece For Thanksgiving:

How To Make A Ship Centerpiece For Thanksgiving | The Lettered Cottage

I’m sure there will be TONS of fun projects linked up over at Kate’s place (CentsationalGirl.com) tomorrow, so if you’re looking for Fall-inspired tabletop ideas- you’ll definitely want to swing over to her site! Happy Fall-ifying!

PS- We’re wrapping up our It’s Fall Y’all link parties with a “Outdoor  & Door Decor” link party at Southern Hospitality on Thursday!


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  1. says

    Bahahaha! I totally read that as a “PEASANT-themed” tablescape. I thought, “Hmm, odd choice, but I suppose the pilgrims were sort of peasants. Let’s see where she’s going with this.” I almost spit out my coffee when I realized what you’d really said.

  2. Dawn says

    I love these ideas! My daughter and I will enjoy making them to take to our family Thanksgivings!

  3. says

    Adorable! I love that you have shared Thanksgiving ideas. I love Thanksgiving and it always gets lost in between Halloween and Christmas. I want to make the little turkey cups for my sons pre-school class. And I love the ship.

  4. says

    I love these ideas. The turkey cup is so cute and my nieces and nephews would love it. I’m in charge of decorating the thanksgiving table this year and I’m thinking I will be using these!

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