This may be my favorite tablescape I’ve ever shared on the blog before! This table started with a colorful find while I was traveling in Rhinebeck, NY for my sister’s bachelorette weekend. We spent the afternoon browsing some sweet local shops and when I spotted this tablecloth I knew I had to have it – the warm oranges and bright cornflower blue and subtle lilac tones just screamed ME!  I scooped it up and knew it was going to be the inspiration piece for a bright, festive autumnal tablescape.I shared the linens with my friends at Winston Flowers and they took off running with the colors as inspiration for the most beautiful flower arrangements. I love that their floral designers brought the colors to live with the peach and amber toned dahlias and warm orange roses. They also designed the arrangements in some of their rental pieces, which I love for being both eco-friendly and really special looking (the blue and white vases were a favorite!). I set the table with rattan chargers and layered my everyday white plates with modern lavender striped plates from Kate Spade. I like how the graphic print of the plate plays off the more organic textures of the rattan and wild pattern in the tablecloth. The real stars of the table are the monogramed napkins by Monogram Mary! They pull out the orangey-coral coral from the tablecloth and have a hint of the soft lavender tone behind the bold monogram; I love how bold they look! I finished off the settings with some modern black and gold flatware and festive gold-striped glassware.  Most of the time I’m serving beer and wine at parties, so I picked them because they come in a pilsner glass and wine glass, but are versatile enough that they can double for champagne flutes and water glasses. A few orange and white pumpkins got tucked into blank spaces to complete the table design, and I’m so delighted with how it came out. It’s a cheerful, colorful harvest vibe that felt so very festive for the season!


Please note: Winston Flowers gifted me flowers for this post. All opinions, images and content are my own.