Take some fall leaves and hang them the light above the table to get a wonderful addition to your tablescape! It’s a great accent and can really pull all the decorations together.
Get some glass jars and fill them with popcorn kernels. Place a few of these around the table for a nice tablescape. You can even add a few tea lights to the jars for a better effect.
I love pinecones, and I think they look great as a fall tablescape. You can just put them in naturally, or you can paint them to spruce up the decorations.
Pumpkins and gourds are a classic fall tablescape decoration! Scatter them around the table (using ones of different sizes) and, if you want, you can even paint some of them!
Use burlap as a table runner to tie your whole tablescape together! It can be the basis for your tablescape and then fill it with other items.
Get these fantastic white antlers that you can use on your fall tablescape. Just place them around the table and pair them with other light colored objects.
For a super easy and creative fall tablescape, use some natural branches. You can simply place them on the table, or you can paint them and add hanging items from them.
Find fall floral that is in season and then use that in your tablescape. Find cute little vases or tall jars to put the flowers in!
Find tall and elegant candle stands or candlesticks that you can use for your tablescape. If needed, you can paint them to get an even classier look.
Take some pumpkins, cut the center out, and turn them into natural flower planters. Stick some fall foliage into the pumpkins and you’re good!
Bushels of wheat are another great fall tablescape idea! Just add the bushels to each of the vases or containers and then put them on the table.
I love the idea of scattering apples across the table to add a nice fall sense to the tablescape. Get green and red apples (if they work into the colors) and combine them with other elements.
If you have small and plain candle holders, then you can add some birch around it or small twigs to give it more of a fall feeling. It’s a quick, clever, and cheap idea!
Get real or artificial corn and then paint them to act as a nice and simple tablescape element. You can paint them gold or another color to fit into your theme.
Get tall, thin vases and fill them with mini pumpkins. It’s a cute and fun idea can make a few of these pumpkin vases to scatter across the tablescape.