Easy Farmhouse Fall Table
Happpppppppy Monday to you sweet cheeks! How was your weekend?? It was pretty low key around here for the most part, which was a good thing. I mentioned to you guys on Friday that we got our new countertops installed in the kitchen (hallelujah!) so I had high hopes of finishing some big tasks because I’m so excited to share the final reveal with you guys. But honestly, Mr. LVN and I were just way too tired to do much of anything. I felt so run-down all weekend, like I was getting sick but not quite full-blown sick. Does that make sense? It’s like your body is just telling you to slow the heck down and REST. So that’s exactly what we tried to do and it was really nice. Sometimes you just need to be lazy and completely ignore your to-do list, right?! I think so. Anyway, I’m rambling. Let’s get on to today’s post, which is all about my easy farmhouse fall table. I put this look together using some of my favorite things I already had on hand, along with a bunch of candles for a warm, cozy feel!
I’m still loving these galvanized chargers and my lace trim napkins. The combo of the rustic and feminine elements is just so appealing to me. Add in a little white pumpkin and BOOM. You’ve got an easy fall table setting.
My vintage card catalog has been through a few different looks this fall, but it’s such a fun spot to decorate so I can’t help myself. I wanted to keep this look pretty simple, so I just used a few candlesticks and stacked a couple pumpkins together for an easy breezy vignette.
I love using touches of copper in my fall tablescapes, so these candles are perfect. I used them in this simple fall centerpiece last year too. And they smell absolutely divine–even when they aren’t burning!
This look was so easy to put together and I really like the warm, cozy feel with all the candles. And believe it or not, those white pillar candles were the ones we used at our wedding over 10 years ago. Kinda crazy, huh? My mom actually gave them to me a few weeks ago. I tell ya, that woman keeps everything. But I’m sure glad she does because it’s really fun to have all of these candles in our home so many years down the road. We got married so young and all we wanted was a simple, small wedding. I can still remember using these candles to style the centerpieces on each table at the reception. And now here I am styling them in a pretty fall tablescape almost 11 years later. That’s kind of surreal in a way and it brings back so many memories. Sheesh, who knew you could develop emotional feelings about a bunch of cheap pillar candles?!
Thanks so much for stopping in today. You guys ALWAYS brighten my day!
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