A Tale of a Table 3 Ways

A Tale of a Table 3 Ways

How to Design a Table Setting for 3 Seasons: A simple Set it and forget it process!!! Here is how to take one beautiful base tablescape and change it up for 3 seasons this fall. 

I am sure everyone can agree that the autumn season can be a very busy time of year. Holiday gatherings and family functions, on top of football season and all the fall festivals, it is enough to make ones head swim. That is what inspired me to make a tablescape that could easily be converted into 3 tables just by adding and eliminating a a few decorative items.This is our base autumn tablescape filled with pumpkins, green moss and cotton.  The focal point is the ton of milk glass vases topped with white taper candles. It is simple, yet it makes a huge statement when you look at it, plus it can add ambient dinner lighting. This is our “Haunted Mansion” Halloween tablescape. I simply added in black roses the existing center piece and by removing a few candles, I was able to add some additional black roses to a few of the milk glass vases. Keep in mind these are not just any roses. Do you feel like someone is watching you? Well it’s the roses, they are alive and looking back at you, with evil glowing eyes. For my Farm Fresh Thank-Full-ness Tablescape I removed the black roses, and added in some of my beautiful dried autumn hydrangea. These blossoms were use as a fresh table centerpiece for my Bushel and Peck Table  over a month ago. Now that the blooms have dried they will last for years, or at least months until you grow tired of them.  Since they are the autumn hydrangea they have a lovely touch fuchsia and purple and brown which goes lovely with our Thanksgiving table theme. 
Now let’s take a closer look at the actual place setting for each of these tables. We started with a basic formal white china setting, which could actually be reused again for a formal Thanksgiving Day dinner. Layer with a galvanized charger to pull the silver out of the china while adding a casual feeling. Layered linens also add a touch of elegance to the setting. For Halloween we removed the tea cup and saucer  and replaced it with a spooky cameo place card marker. This is really fun idea, especially if you can get the actual silhouette of your guest to be, from a profile photo. If not check out our free printable at the bottom of the page for some of my favorite stock cameos. Honestly, I am not sure why I find these black and white cameos so spooky, but they just evoke a classy haunted house experience. I imagine if you were to dine in a haunted house this is what the formal dining table might look like, so I call it under stated creepy. For our Thanksgiving Day table I eliminated the galvanized silver charger and replaced it with warmer more casual burlap charger. I utilized  my casual basketweave china and added a fun themed turkey plate from Pottery Barn. I decided to kept the solid gray napkins and added in a burnt orange napkin for some additional visual interest. It is okay to layer your napkins and linens it creates texture on your table.  I placed the orange napkin only on the under side of the plate to loosely emulate a turkey’s “snood”. If you are unfamiliar with what snood is, it is the orangish reddish thing on a tom turkey’s beak. 
Designer Tip- I like to pick classic items that can be reworked into many different design combinations. That’s a sure way to get the most use from them. 

The Designer Details:

Honestly I am going to tell you , they key ingredient to any decorating, event or entertaining is THE  DETAILS! What will set your table, your home, or your life apart from everyone else is attention to details. People will notice and appreciate the little things or unexpected surprises that sets a ordinary design idea or concept apart from all the others. RE-PURPOSFUL DESIGN- For this fun original tablescape centerpiece I repurposed the pumpkins. Literally, those pumpkins you see there are from this wreath, I made in 2012 for my front door. Be sure to check out our previous the post on how to Recycle Your Pumpkins for all the details. Amazing what a little vision and spray can do.  
For the Halloween Table I utilized cameo pictures instead of place cards. I tried to match up attributes of my guest to each of the cameo silhouettes. My original plan was to print out profile pictures of the people and black them out with a shaper then cut the away from the back drop and reprint. However you would be surprised how hard it is to find a good silhouette of people, in modern day pictures.  If you would like me to send you a free downloadable set of my favorite silhouettes used on the featured table please sign up  here:

This next unexpected detail that helps to create this spooky vignette table is to draw the curtains and light up some candles. It truly helps that my curtains are gray, an unexpected bonus. Also in most boarded up old haunted houses most rooms have no natural light and heavy dark curtains (usually covered in dust) blocking the windows.Finally I added a the creepy factor by adding eyeballs to the center of the roses. How unnerving is it when you sit down that you realize that the flowers are actually staring back at you. For this project I purchased black roses and glass eyes, then just hot glued the eye deep into the center of the roses. 
The final outcome is a subtle kind of creepy, which goes perfectly with our Haunter Mansion theme. I decided to use two different types of eye to illustrate the different looks you can achieve. The one below is based on human eyes and come in brown, blue and green. 
While the creepy glass monster eyes peaking out of the center of the flower give more of a fantasy or mystical monster vibe. Either way the end result is fantastically eerie, which ever eyes you choose. The last detail I would like to point out are the Autumn Hydrangeas, which do require “prior, proper, planning”. You must make sure to clip and dry the hydrangea in early autumn. I personally recommend late August to late September. Once cut them, you then can put them into a vase or bucket and leave them until they are completely dry. Check out my article on Autumn Hydrangea for my information. I hope you have enjoyed my post about a Table done 3 ways. My hope is that no matter who you are, these tips will enable you to save time and money to enjoy these holidays to their fullest. Hopefully these resources will let people think that you worked really hard on your table, but by utilizing these simple steps I promise you will be done in flash.   
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  1. Your idea is genius! The base is the same and you just change the details. It’s gorgeous.

  2. I love the autumn table setting, the little pumpkins are so cute! We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in the UK, but if we did I’d definitely use your styling as inspiration!


  3. OH yes! You are so right! The key to everything is in details. I love the candles! For me they have true romantic meaning! 🙂

  4. What a gorgeous set of table for the fall season and love that you kept the core center piece and just alter a few pieces, that is really very smart.

  5. Love this table it is so pretty with all the milk glass and hydrangeas, I can not wait to see what you design this year.

  6. This table is so pretty I really love all of the milk glass you have collected to make this statement. I personally could this in a Pottery Barn catalogue or a Southern living magazine it is that pretty.

  7. Neat concept to show one table for three seasons with minimal trade out. I like the idea a lot for a busy time of year especially.

  8. Love this ideas for a fall table and your vast collection of milk glass is the cherry on top. Absolutely gorgeous my friend so glad this table will be featured again soon!

  9. Wow has it posted already??? I gave permission for it to be used, but I was not sure if it had been released yet? Can you send me the link and I would love to see it 🙂

  10. I just saw your table featured again on a another post, for Best Fall Tablescapes I wanted to let you know! This is really such amazing table, you really did a great job on this one girl!

  11. Still by far my favorite table you have EVER created!!!

  12. One of the most beautiful tables I have ever seen, absolutely stunning.

  13. Ashley, I think that is absolutely a brilliant idea, and I love the sentiment behind the gratitude flowers. I hope you plan to let you kids create a few as well 🙂 they would love it. I can wait to see your pictures once you get the table created for Thanksgiving this year, please make sure to tag me or email me so I can see them 🙂

  14. I love this table and aspire to creating this for our Thanksgiving table this year. The milk glass is gorgeous! I do not think I will use candles since we have little kids, but I was thinking paper flowers with gratitudes statements might be cool, what do you think?

  15. This table is so gorgeous milk glass is one of my favorite things, my grand mother left me all of hers when she passed, so it is so special to me.

  16. Oh I love that you showed the same table 3 ways for the fall! What a great idea and help show your readers how to transition one set of decor easily, you are so awesome!

  17. I don’t even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was good. I don’t know who you are but definitely you’re going to a famous blogger if you are not already 😉 Cheers!

  18. Just hopping around your site, I love this fall table setting and that you showed 3 different holidays that is a cool idea.

  19. This table is angelic, I have to say it is one of the prettiest things I have seen you create. I am sure you have more ideas like this up your sleeve, but this is my favorite so far.

  20. You created such pretty table, if you took out the pumpkins you could really use this anytime of year!

  21. I just had to send you a comment o tell you how much I love this table design. I really is so stunningly beautiful. I can totally see where you wedding floral influence creeps into your design here.

  22. Such a pretty table perfect for any occasion. I love how you transitioned it for several holidays, toss in a few easter eggs and you have another. 🙂 Great post sweetie.

  23. Sp pretty I am so surprised at the resurgence of milk glass. It seems like it is everywhere I look because of all the farmhouses these days.

  24. Wow such a pretty table I thought it was easter then I started looking and saw pumpkins??? I realized this was from September last year lol. I can not wait to see your Easter table. Did you have one last year?

  25. This table is so pretty your could have left it up all year, just take out the pumpkins of course. I saw it on a pin and actually thought it was for spring. lol

  26. Oh my, how I love this table setting. It is really something very special and looks beautiful. I would love to dine by that kind of candle light.

  27. I just wanted to tell that I have enjoyed reading your blog today. It was perfect for a rain day read to keep my mind engaged and interested in something, instead of just sleeping ha ha. I do hope that you continue to write and bestow all these beautiful ideas and pictures upon us.

  28. I saw this table on Pinterest and I just had to get a closer look at it. So pretty, you have a lot of talent. Bookmarked

  29. You have a very nice blog site and I am very happy to be bookmarking it for future reading. This table is to dye for, so pretty.

  30. Hi Darlene thanks for visiting my site and leaving such great comment. I saw a picture on Instagram, where a lady had used them a candle holders on a old antique dressing table. She had grouped a few together for a vignette picture. I can still draw a clear picture of it to this day, and it really resonated with me. I knew that I would have to do something similar on a grander scale, if not for wedding inspiration than as a over the top tablescape, which I tend to do regularly.

  31. I love this idea for a table setting, how pretty. What inspired you to make them candle holders?

  32. I have been checking out a few of your post today after stumbling upon you, and I love what I see. I well be adding you to my bookmarks.

  33. Hey Julie thanks for stopping by!!! I did have a few piece that belonged to my mom, but the majority of it I had to go find at thrift stores and antique shops. I got lucky and found a whole bunch for $3-5 a vase last year so I bought them all.

  34. Pretty, pretty table. How did you get all that milk glass? I am betting that you already had it being a floral designer.

  35. Milk glass is one of my favorite things on the plant, so you have to imagine my enjoyment of seeing this compilation you made for your table. LOVE IT

  36. You have so much talent which is apparently just by looking at this table. I think it great for readers that you showed hoe to transition it to the holidays as well.

  37. I got to tell you this table is so pretty. I love all your creativity and dedication to your craft. Thanks for brightening my day.

  38. Oh my I really love this table idea, which you have shown 3 ways but honestly you could have done a Valentines, Easter and Mother’s Day version too. So really 6 ways.

  39. I just love milk glass and the collection you have is very impressive. I love that you gathered it all together to create a statement.

  40. VERY PRETTY table with all that beautiful milk glass. This is really very helpful thank you.

  41. Your table is exquisite, but I am a fan of milk glass, in fact I have ton of it in the basement. I should really break it out a do something with it. I feel like it is making a come back.

  42. I actually decided to copy this table fro Christmas, minus the pumpkins of course. I added holiday balls instead, and it turned out very pretty thank you so much for the inspiration.

  43. I am so coveting you beautiful milk glass collection and the utilization of it. So pretty for a farmhouse, and might try to do this for Christmas.

  44. This is one of the prettiest tables I have ever seen. You talents are clearly undeniable.

  45. Your table skills are amazing, I rarely like table settings but your are so unique and different.

  46. Great tables alive! This has got to be one of the prettiest thing I have seen in a while, with all that beautiful milk glass. You have a beautiful talent so glad you have platform to share it with the world.

  47. All those candle have me spooning over this table, I may do this for a candlelit Christmas Eve dinner. Thanks for the inspiration.

  48. Thanks for stopping by. Sorry, no I am not a trained photographer. I just got a good camera, and I eye for what I like. No training needed lol.

  49. Hi Rebecca, You counted right there are 21 milk glass bud vases. I got most of them at a local antique store called The Green Bean Exchange. The rest I already had from my mom and grandmother’s collections. Thanks for stopping in and leaving a comment 🙂

  50. Such a pretty table I can not wait to see your Christmas table up close, I am sure it will be beautiful.

  51. I am so impressed with your pictures, they really look like magazine quality, are your photographer too? You have so many talents I would not be a bit surprised if you were.

  52. Very nice table setting, it has a very romantic feel, perfect for a date night with my lady friend. 🙂 Thank You.

  53. Wow, look at all those candles. I can not believe you lite them all too! Wow, just wow!

  54. Oh my this table is so pretty I can not even imagine setting down to hav a fancy dinner here. It is the stuff fairytales are made of, for sure.

  55. I am loving all that milk glass you have. How did you get so much of it? I am dying to know, I must have count 20 or so vases.

  56. Such a pretty table layout, you have a lit of talent. You take a everyday living area and exceed and expeditions of it.

  57. Pretty tables, I would love to see a basic not so fancy version in your future.

  58. I saw this picture on instagram and loved it, then noticed your had a blog! OMG I love this site, you have so much content, and I did not even know.

  59. This table is so pretty, I love all the ways your altered it but my favorite is the first one with the china. Perfection!!!

  60. Thank you for providing such great table setting inspiration and showing us how to change it up for the holidays. You have a rally great blog and I really enjoy the posts you are offering.

  61. First I love that you say tablescape, it reminds my of Sandra Lee one of my favs. Second I love how beautiful your table is and that you transitioned it through out the seasons. You have a wonderful blog and I think the new year will be your best yet!

  62. This table has so many possibilities and I absolutely love it’s diverseness.

  63. You have so much talent as seen with these really wonderful tablescapes. Great idea to show how to covert them easily.

  64. I saw this table and had to check out this post. Great idea to show how to revamp during the season, working people don’t have time for all that cha cha all the time. I think you have found a great niche.

  65. I keep coming back to this table design for my Christmas inspiration, it is just that beautiful.

  66. Pretty tables and nice way to dress them up for the different back to back holidays. Great post, you have some really nice ideas.

  67. This table is incredible, I bet your family loved it! I would feel so classy sitting down to dinner at that table.

  68. You tables are stunning, I am just in awe of how pretty they are. I would see this one used for a weeding venue or on the cover of a magazine. You have so much talent thank you for sharing your beautiful visions with us.

  69. My favorite one is the first one with the fine china, it is just so beautiful. I do think it is fun that you showed how to change it up for other seasons.

  70. The picture was scroll stopping on your site so I had to see what this was all about. I love that table design it is breathtaking!

  71. This table of your is fantastic, you could use that candle set up for so many occasions too, add in some red for Christmas, it would still be pretty.

  72. Beautiful table for the holidays, and so many options to change it up between each the of the holidays too.

  73. I bet your family loved this table for Thanksgiving. I know I would be awe struck.

  74. Wow you had a pretty Thanksgiving table, did you leave all those candles on there or did you take them down for the dinner? Just wondering, inquiring minds.

  75. Goggled Thanksgiving Day table and found you fantastic site, now I am fan. Good news you table helped to inspire me for a last centerpiece, that the family loved.

  76. Love this table and the milkglass vase as candle holders I think I will do for Christmas for a grand look, ornaments instead of pumpkins, and red candles.

  77. This really helped me out for a easy Thanksgiving table I pinned it and was able to replicate it with things I already had stored away from last year. Thanks for the great inspiration.

  78. Lovely table I decide to do something similar minus all the candles since we have littles running around. Thanks for makes our turkey day complete.

  79. I totally knocked off your table design for my family Thanksgiving, my mom was so impressed. Thank you for posting early so I could find the right stuff at the right prices, did you know that Hobby Lobby went 80% off the week before? That is crazy I picked up great stuff for so cheap.

  80. I have the Pottery barn Turkey plates too! So I followed your lead on what to pair with it and it turned out so pretty, thanks!

  81. Thank you for such a great inspiration for the holidays I used the very idea of table 3 ways when I saw it and It worked great. Just a few tweaks and it changed up easily. Mine was more to the orange side of things and no milk glass but lots of pumpkins and leaves.

  82. Oh your table is going to be so pretty for Thanksgiving! Have fun tomorrow and enjoy your family.

  83. Thanksgiving at you house must be a very special event to have a table setting like this. Wow I do not think I have ever sat down to a table this fancy.

  84. This table gave me chills, so beautiful and then to show it 3 ways brilliant.

  85. This table is so gorgeous, I have no idea where to begin in building something like this. The volume of milk glass alone, sheesh.

  86. Your table makes me want to come to your house for dinner! What time should I be there? LOL Just kidding it is really beautiful.

  87. You tables have me so envious, how beautiful they are, I love them.

  88. I have table envy right now. That is such a pretty table scape you have created for the holidays.

  89. I love that your have shown us 3 ways to make a table of this caliber. I am not sure I could create that base design, but I sure do love it!

  90. I just had to get a closer look at this table it it beautiful!

  91. These tables are all beautiful, it is nice that you gave your readers options to change up a base style. God knows we are busy this time of year, especially us designers!

  92. I like the first table with the fancy china for Thanksgiving, but the turkey plates are nice too.

  93. Is it wrong for me to like the dark Halloween one best? I guess I am channeling my inner goth girl.

  94. The prettiest table EVER! Will you actually have your dinner here? I got to ask, because my kids would trash it.

  95. This table makes my goals list for next year. I am going to try and decorate more as one of my news resolutions.

  96. Your table is glorious, with all those candles. I seriously think it is magazine worthy. I am surprised it has been picked up yet, especially with the trend on Farmhouse Design.

  97. Looking around your sight and I saw these pictures! I have to tell you that is a very impressive table. It feels like royalty.

  98. Hi there Rita! That is a great question, I actually did shave down the width at the bottom of some of the tapers, but the majority them fit perfectly. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  99. GORGEOUS! STUNNING! This is what magazine tables are made of! I am so jealous this is your holiday table!

  100. Such a beautiful table, the holiday will be perfection at this table for sure.

  101. I have been surfing online more than 2 hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It is sooo worth itfor me, in my humble opinion. Honestly if all site owners and bloggers made as good of content as you do, the internet will be a lot more useful than ever before.

  102. OMG, this is absolutly the most beautiful thing I have seen today. That milk glass is beautiful. I have to ask how did you get those tapers to stand up in the bud vases? Some of them are so narrow.

  103. This is a spectacular table. I love the volume of candle you used, it really makes a great statement. It really looks like a Pottery Barn catalogue table, they should hire you.

  104. Your table is one of the best things I have seen this season. I would love to celebrate a Thanksgiving day surrounded in candle light.

  105. Wow this table, is absolutely beautiful. It reminds me if the Biltmore so elegant and opulent.

  106. Thanksgiving perfection right here. This table is so elegant and festive I love it!

  107. I love this table for the holidays. Also I really appreciate you showing me how to change it up better the holidays

  108. The sheer volume of the candles makes that table! Have you actually lit them all? I bet that was a site.

  109. This picture of your dining room table was scroll stopping on your page. I am telling you it is beautiful and you family is lucky to such a pretty table to celebrate the holiday at.

  110. Absolutely jealous of this table of perfection! No not really, I love it I just wish I had your talent.

  111. Gosh I don’t think so, I will have to see if they featured me without my knowledge. Do you know when you saw it?

  112. This table is simple beautiful, was it featured in Southern Living? I swear I have seen the picture before.

  113. Pretty I love all the candles, creates a very dramatic flair.

  114. I covet this table, Your designs are so pretty and you have so much talent. Thanks for sharing all this eye candy with us!

  115. This table is so pretty, even the spooky one for Halloween. I love your style, great job.

  116. You have taken our breath away with the stunning table. Those candle are such an easy way to make such a grand statement.

  117. Girl come do my tables right now!!! I must have a jaw dropping table like this for Thanksgiving.

  118. You tables are by far some of the prettiest tables I have seen. This feel like a romantic wedding reception, then becomes a creepy dinner party and then bountiful for Thanksgiving.

  119. OH MEM GEE this table is so gorgeous, I would give anything to have you do my holiday table.

  120. How lovely your tables are, I personally like the first one for fall but the other two with holiday themes are good too.

  121. I am completely and utter smitten with this table. In fact, I think I saw it on Instagram today, now I have to go back and check. Anyways, I love the table and just you unique style for everything you do.

  122. This table is perfect for more fun occasions in the future for those who read your blog. It would be simple to do, I am thinking a head table for our wedding next spring.

  123. This makes the perfect holiday table, and the ability to carry over 3 holidays is even better. Honestly is looks like a table you would see in a magazine or catalog. Absolutely beautiful pictures.

  124. Your table is glorious, all those taper candles reminds me of feasts in Greece. So very pretty, keep you talent flowing.

  125. This table is so beautiful, how did you come up with the combination of things? It really is the perfect mix of everything, you must be a a designer or something …LOL

  126. You tables are really gorgeous. I love all that milkglass, how did you get so many? I have one of two but this is quite a showing of them.

  127. I have throughly enjoyed my reading time here today! I must say this table is has been one of my favorite things on here so far. It is soooooooo pretty.I willl be bookmarking your page and come back often. I noticed that you post twice a week which is amazing for a blogger, most of the ones I follow on post once and week or twice a month. So thank you for all the great reading material.

  128. Hey Marcie thanks for the sweet comment. To answer your question I literally reached every antique store in a 30 mile radius, and bought everything they had! It loved how it turned out too, it one of my top 5 favorite tables.

  129. This is the most beautiful table I have seen in along time. Classic and stately!

  130. Bravo! This table belongs in a magazine! It is stunningly beautiful, and so elegant. Yet you still kept that farmhouse feel with the milk glass bud vases. Such a ingenues used of them.

  131. Hello gorgeous this table is the real deal. I would love to have a fancy dinner for the holidays there.

  132. There are actually plenty of details like that to take into consideration. You supply the ideas like above as well as basic inspiration. Beautiful!

  133. Your table is breathtaking, I have not seen a fallible this pretty to date! I think it is the large amount of candle and milk glass you have which creates almost a wedding style runner. I could totally see this for a wedding.

  134. This table is like a fairytale come true. I like how it looks with the Halloween and then becomes a Thanksgiving table too. Very inspiring.

  135. Milk glass makes me think of my grammy, she loved and had a ton of it. I need to ask my mom if she still has any, because I love this idea!

  136. It’s exhausting to search out pretty tables capes for the holidays, some people just post a pinecone on the table and call it a tablcscape, ROTF Thanks for making something worth seeing.

  137. This is such time saving idea, this momma here can totally appreciate that, thank you!

  138. Clearly you are my long lost sister as we have the same flare for the dramatic. This table is one of the best things I have seen the season!

  139. Ok I just had to look this table with all the candle very cool!

  140. I love those cameos, but those eyeballs….GIRL!!! Wonderful inspiring tablescapes, I need to up my game 😉

  141. This table is the tops! I love how it is so comfortable and the candles are mesmerizing.

  142. An fascinating dialogue is worth comment. I feel that you must write more on this subject, everyone these days are looking for time saving tips, available on there phones,lol. Cheers

  143. Wow this is such a good way to switch out between the seasons, I like that you have a base arrangement that you changed out parts for each season. Plus that base with those beautiful milk glass candle holders is spectacular, I would want to change it either.

  144. You have some of the best ideas, what busy mama wouldn’t want a easy convertible table that beautiful, like this? Come on ladies it is a no brainer.

  145. All of these table are gorgeous mainly because of that fantastic candle runner you created out of milk glass vase and pumpkins! I wish I had half your talent, then I could actually get something done.

  146. Discovering your blog is like finding water in the dessert. It is rare, and needed for the blogging world today. Please keep doing what you do best! Love the tables they are absolutely gorgeous dear.

  147. These are such pretty tables, thank you so much for sharing your vision and inspiring me!

  148. I really never decorate my tables but if I did, this would be the way to do it, so it could last for 3 months. lol


  150. You always have such inspiring seasonal ideas. Thank you for sharing and brightening my day.

  151. I’m just commenting to let you know how brilliant you are. The concept behind a transition table is something everyone is looking to do, time and money saving techniques for everyday people. Thanks for the inspiration.

  152. I truly appreciate that you have made a post on transitioning tables for the holidays, such a great idea since they all hit so close together. Good Job Girl.

  153. What???? How is this possible???? You are making the holiday so much easier for me thank you, thank you , thank you.

  154. A table done 3 ways is exactly what I have been looking for, thanks for sharing.

  155. I just had to thank you, I do not know what I could possibly done to easily transition my table, but you revealed a great solution to my problem. I am just thankful for your information and then sincerely hope you really know what a great job you are doing teaching people using your site.

  156. Nice table setting, you are doing nice things for the holidays.

  157. This is such a good idea I wish I had seen it sooner. Ugh I will pin for next year, I guess I am destiny to be a year behind, always. Thanks again.

  158. You always have the prettiest tablescapes that I have ever seen, I know they take so much planning and they always turn out great.

  159. All the holiday advice you made is so cool. Also this is a easy website to navigation, it loads fast and it’s everything astounding!!! Brilliant, and that is quite serious I promise. Thank you for all ideas!

  160. I still can’t get over how pretty this table is. You made some great money saving points there. I can’t wait to try a do this with my table next weekend.

  161. Thank you so much for giving everyone an extraordinarily rare opportunity to read in detail how you created these tables. I amorally enjoying reading from this blog. It rare to find a lot people using or creating cameos these days, and I’m just certainly happy for the eye-popping advice from you.

  162. Wow I love this table! Those candles are so dramatic, granted they would never survive in my house, but your house they are beautiful! Thanks for everything!

  163. Love all the milk glass what a beautiful table and really great idea to show it done 3 ways.

  164. Thank you so much for giving everyone such a terrific table tips. It’s a really lovely site and also packed with amusement.

  165. Clearly we are fans of milk glass and are collectors too. You have a very healthy collection of milk glass, have you ever had it appraised? Right now milk glass is becoming very popular and we are seeing raise in people wanting it. No doubt because of beautiful article and uses like this. Thanks for driving up the market, if anyone on your site is interested they can contact us for pricing and availability.

  166. This is such beautiful table and dining room. You furniture is gorgeous and then you layer all that rustic milk glass on top with candles. Brilliant design work girl! I could see a lot of people wanting that look for a wedding.

  167. I just had to leave a little note about how pretty this table is! I love the milk glass! Very farmhouse chic, and looks like ad for Pottery Barn. Kuddos girl color me impressed.

  168. A girl friend of mine told me about your site and I had to come check it out. Your design concept for this table is amazeballs! The milk glass, and cotton are just perfect for a outside the box fall table. Great job!

  169. You made some respectable points here. I like the idea of set it and forget. I think you know how I think, which is scary. LOL

  170. You tables designs are so exceptional. You should really be a designer for holiday magazines or catalogues, like Ballard, Front Gate or Pottery Barn. I imagine what you could do with a room full of there stuff.

  171. I am here to tell you that mama’s everywhere are singing your praises. Thank you for creating a easy seasonal plan we can copy and use this holiday season. You are the best!

  172. I am so excited about this idea. I am a busy mama and don’t have a lot of extra time to decorate and re decorate, but I do like pretty things. I also want my family to be impressed for the holidays. Your technique of setting it and forgetting it is fantastic for us average peeps out her that do not process you super decorating talents. Thanks for the whole lot!

  173. My word your table is by far one of the prettiest things I have seen this season. I love milk glass and to make those bud vases candle holders, well that’s just genius. Are you on Instagram? I need to follow you.

  174. You know all of us mama’s ain’t got time for all that fluffy stuff, but you have giving us options, make it pretty, on a budget once. Thank you for taking our real lives into consideration. I guarantee we will love you for it.

  175. I just wanted to send you a quick note of appreciation you for all the superb pointers you have on this site. This post with the 3 tables designs will be a bright spot for you I am positive of it.

  176. This table is stunning! It is between the eyeglass table and this as to which is my favorite. I LOVE all that milk glass, so very farmhouse. Glad I bookmarked you, it seems like you never disappoint.

  177. I was mainly here for the recipes but then I saw this beautiful table that stopped me in my tracks. Wow it is stunning, the pictures look like they cam straight out of a magazine. If you are not published you should be, especially for this table!

  178. Your site is beautiful but if I could pick my favorite post it might be this one. Only because I love the message you are sending and these picture are fantastic. I mean that table is completely mag worthy!

  179. Thank you for all your work on this website. I really love see you carry out all the craft projects, especially when they are really simple to grasp. Many of us notice the lively manner, you create sensible decor tricks through the web site, and therefore we want to increase your response from readers. Have fun with the remaining portion of the year. You are still doing a brilliant job with you blog, keep up the good work.

  180. I saw this pic on Insta and I had to link over and see the entire post. I love this idea of the milk glass vases with pillar candles, it is just classy and chic. Pinning this to my Dinner Party Inspiration board, thanks for the inspo.

  181. Just wanted to get a closer look at that table. Wow you did such a nice job transitioning the season’s, I wish I had half your talent.

  182. This is such a great post to show people how to rework there table decor. Nice job lady keep up the good work.

  183. Wow, now this table is really pretty. I love all those candles, they are so elegant. It makes me want an invite to your dinner parties, just to set down at a table like that would make my day.

  184. I love these tables, and how you easily converted them for each holiday. My favorite is the Haunted Mansion table, you are right those eyeball roses our pretty creepy, I could not imagine sitting down and feeling like something was looking at you. Talk about a living centerpiece! Those cameos turned out really great too, thanks for the printable!

  185. Jen, I love this idea. You are making decorating even simpler for those of us not born with your creative thumb. I really think I could actually pull this off.

  186. Now this is my kind of decorating, set it once and forget, no truer words for a busy mama like me. Great post I will have to mention during carpool pickup at school to get you more followers.

  187. I really love your dining room! Thank you for doing a post that shows your beautiful table as it transitions and progresses through the autumn season. Also thank you posting in enough time I can copy you. 😉

  188. Your table is sheer perfection! Thank for showing me 3 options, in such a simple manner. I wish more bloggers would do this type of post. They should keep things that a relevant to ordinary people. I imagine their area lot of busy mommies and working women that could benefit from this type of plan.

  189. I love that you are showing us how to layout a table 3 way for the fall season. It is hard as a busy mama to keep up with everything, so this concept makes my life a whole bunch easier. Also thank for mot breaking the bank with the supplies, that is the best part, I can see why you blog is so popular. I must take my friend out for coffee as a thank you for referring me.

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