5 Pretty Place Settings For Some Serious Fall Tablescape Inspiration

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Photo: Sara Albers via Alice and Lois
Place setting ideas for your next fall dinner party.

Fresh blooms, pumpkins, feathers and greenery are just the beginning when it comes to fall tablescapes. Fill your table with festive and fancy place settings that all of your friends will envy. Whether you have a simple, minimalist style or like to go bold with your decor by choosing bright and colorful accents, these place settings are sure to inspire your next fall tablescape.

Give these DIY ideas below a try for your next fall dinner party.

  1. 1. Eucalyptus

    eucalyptus place setting
    Photo by Sara Albers via Alice and Lois

    Simple yet stunning, top your napkins with greenery by adding a stem of seeded eucalyptus to each place setting. Try adding a place card for a personal touch!

  2. 2. Mini Pumpkin Florals

    pumpkin florals
    Photo by Fish & Bull

    ​Fresh flowers and mini pumpkins combine to make these unique bouquets. Just carve out the seeds, stick the flower stems into floral foam and the centerpieces of your place settings are complete! (Tip: Use a shot glass as a vase for keeping these tiny bouquets alive.)

  3. 3. Kraft Paper Placemats

    kraft paper tablecloth
    Photo by Lemon Thistle

    Skip the tablecloth this season and use kraft paper to cover your table. Kraft paper gives off a laid-back look that's easy to dress up. You can even get creative with your table decor by drawing your own place settings.

  4. 4. Personal Platter

    personal platter
    Photo by Celebrations At Home Blog

    Surprise your guests with individual cutting boards full of sweets and snacks for a personal platter of appetizers. This place setting doubles as a party favor with name tags tied to each mini cutting board.

  5. 5. Feather

    feather setting
    Photo by Callie Manion via Style Me Pretty

    A single feather completes the look of this gorgeous tablescape. Mix and match different colors and sizes to get the perfect balance for your place settings.

    See these tips and more at Porch.com.