I am so excited to join some of my favorite bloggers to give you some fall inspiration for your tables and entertaining. Thank you so much to the talented Angelina of Petite Haus for organizing this fun tour! If you are coming over from Back to the South , welcome! Wasn’t her tour beautiful! If I am your first stop on the tour, head to our amazing host’s list at the bottom of this post to see the schedule.
To set my fall tablescape this season I found inspiration in Vintage Pretzel Tins, and Plaid Touches like coolers, plates, and paper. I set an Oktoberfest theme with Apple Cider, Beer and Homemade Pretzels.
The florals I have gathered over the past few years from Hobby Lobby, work so well tucked in between all the items on the table. A variety of craft beers are waiting in my plaid Scotch Cooler. I have wool, plaid can koozies from Stormy Kromer that I love to tuck them in.
I love these vintage pretzel tins. I first go the Charles Pretzel tin because it reminded me of sitting with my Grandpa as a little girl and eating Charles Pretzels with him. The bigger red pretzel tin was a fun recent find. I thought I could use it to hold a plant or for storage. I love it’s colors and typeface. The two tins together gave me the inspiration for this Ocktoberfest themed table.
I am so drawn to plaids and when I found these salad plates at Pier 1 I knew they would work so well mixing and matching with my other dishes! I love their autumn colors and that each plate is a different pattern. Cute plaid straws from the Dollar Spot at Target and my vintage Plaid cooler pull it all together.
I love all the textures of the pinecones, berries, feathers and pumpkins. They add so much to the tablescape!
The pretzels are a favorite Copy Cat Auntie Annie’s recipe. You know those delicious mall pretzels? You can have them at home! Here’s a link to the recipe from Cooking Classy.
I’m so glad you joined me for this Tour! Here are links to continue the Tour or find posts you’ve missed. You will find so much inspiration!
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