Cooler weather brings in seasonal harvest from apples and pumpkins to cabbage flowers in a glorious range of shades and colors. When it comes to a seasonal tablescape, why not look to autumn's harvest vegetables for a fresh and fabulous take?
These beautiful centerpieces featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs are made from artichokes, lettuce, asparagus, deep purple hydrangeas, and wheatgrass.
How amazing is Martha Stewart Living's table with cabbage flowers and turnip votive holders?
Fabulous artichoke candle holders and place cards from Colin Cowie? Yes, please!
Brussels sprouts never looked so good as topiaries from Better Homes & Gardens.
For the seating chart at this wedding featured on Love And Lavender chart, they assigned each table a vegetable and pinned their guests names onto corresponding vegetables. Each table then included that vegetable in it’s centerpiece.
Bella Fiori's centerpieces were created with kale, yellow garden roses and peach hypericum berries.
In the November issue of Better Homes And Gardens is a gorgeous tabletop using a hollowed purple cabbage as a vase. Even the candles get special treatment; they are wrapped in napa cabbage leaves. Check out their free download to create a great place card for your Thanksgiving spread.
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