I have officially gone to the dark side of blogging. I totally drank the blogger Kool-Aid.
I decorated my table for a fake dinner party. And I had fun doing it. Like a lot of fun. Nate was equally as impressed when he came home to a beautifully decorated table but no supper to eat. I only have so much time in my day dear husband.
For those of you that aren’t bloggers, bloggers have these things called “link parties”. Usually these parties have a theme. Today’s theme is “Fall Tablescapes". I just realized explaining this is like explaining to your childhood friend that you are spending the night at a person’s house that you met off of the internet. Blogging is strange.
I picked up most of the items from thrifts stores or clearance racks throughout the past couple of months. I knew that fall and the holidays were big for table decorating in blogland and I thought I’d try it out. Seriously a ton of fun. I can’t wait to host more fake parties for Ike and I. Or I could invite real friends over but that’d just be weird. And I’d have to do dishes.
Overall, I’m digging the relaxed yet fancy vibe this little fall tablescape of mine has going on.
Sources: The greenery in the center was purchased at Michael’s for $1.99. Lucky find. The chargers were found at Goodwill for $0.50 a piece. The “china” was also from Goodwill. Marked $6.38 for a set of 12…and it was 50% off. The “napkin rings” are acorn ornaments found at the Salvation Army for $1.00. The pumpkins and napkins I purchased a few years ago from Joann’s. As well as the fabric for the table runner. The glasses are the Libbey Country Fair Drinking Jars that we use on a daily basis. We built the table (read about it here).
Decorated for any fake dinner parties lately? What’s your favorite fall recipe that I should eat at this lovely little fall table?