Foliage and Fall Leaves
Okay, this one may seem obvious. Though never underestimate the elegance of bringing the outdoors inside as the temperatures get cooler and the patios lock up for the year. You simply can’t go wrong with the natural deep green, purple, and golden tones that autumn embraces. Dress it up even further with some copper and brass candlesticks or vases and you’re good to go.
Peak season for this fruit is the end of fall, and with the abundance of them, they are perfect for coordinating into your table settings or centerpieces. Their rich, deep red color is also perfect for transitioning into the holidays!
Orange Accents in Your Florals (Duh)
Not sure we really even need to say more, here. 😉
Something about faux fur is really speaking to us this fall. We’re seeing it in so much inspiration online, and we are loving seeing it incorporated in our events!
Some see the green grass turning brown as a sad thing – but we’re here to tell you not to! Remember that change is good! There are so many ways to use dried grass as decor – on your table as a centerpiece, tied onto a napkin or menu, draped over your mantel… and more!
Inspired by this post to start decorating? We now are, too!
Happy almost fall, everyone!