Honestly, I would never think of using my mother's vintage Noritake "Condoro" for fall because it seems so "spring" to me, but when I saw the color of the hydrangeas with it, I knew I had to put it together. I also used a Mikasa "Italian Countryside" dinnerplate.
I looked for yellow and orange maple leaves since the china has these colors in addition to the green. These will last at least overnight before they start to dry and curl up, so just plan on cutting them right before you need them.
I have used Oneida "Golden Julliard" flatware, vintage silver trays for chargers, Walmart mother of pearl napkin rings mixed with vintage silver napkin rings, and the same Pier 1 amber glassware from last week.
I put the hydrangeas in a Poole "Lancaster Rose" vintage silver wine bucket along with some "weeds" that I love to use, and placed that on a silver tray filled with antlers, gourds and pumpkins.
I love when the sunlight streams through the french doors...
Taking inspiration from nature, I combined some traditional and some not-so-traditional elements for a fall tablescape. I hope that inspires you to step outside the box and use something you might not have thought of in combination.
Thanks so much for stopping by!! I hope you are enjoying this beautiful season wherever you are:-)
I'll be joining Tablescape Thursday and Vintage Inspiration Friday.