Need some inspiration to get your home ready for Fall? In addition to the Autumn Table Setting that I am sharing, there are links to 28 other bloggers and their brilliant, fall-inspired ideas.
What better way to prepare for the first day of Fall than with weeklong Fall Fest!
I am thrilled to be joining my friend Angie, Postcards from the Ridge, in her 5th Annual Fall Ideas Tour! This year we have 29 home bloggers sharing their favorite ideas for mantels, tables, and porches, as well as some wreath and DIY/craft ideas. Every day has a different topic so you’ll want to see what’s new each day.
Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see a sneak peek of their ideas!
So, I remember when I was younger, my mom and her friends would have ‘coffees’ at each other’s home from time to time. Simple treats and coffee or tea were all that was needed to encourage fellowship among this group of young moms.
I love that idea and have decided that I want to make an effort to reintroduce this ‘coffee’ idea with small groups of my friends. So, welcome my friends! Grab a muffin or a scone and a cup of tea, coffe or cider and let’s catch up!
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I ‘shopped’ my house for every single piece of this fall table setting. I purchased the Pumpkin Harvest plates last year and was looking forward to using them again this year. They are perfect for my Autumn Table Setting and will get regular use from now through Thanksgiving.
I picked up the small milk bottles several years ago in various antique stores while on a wedding anniversary trip up through New York state. They get used throughout the year, holding wheat stalks in the fall and zinnias in the summer.
The copper mugs were also purchased last year from World Market. They have been used for warm cider in the fall and Moscow Mules in the summer! Apples, thinly sliced with my mandoline, are a perfect addition to mugs filled with cider. Just make a thin, 1/8″ wide, cut halfway through your apple slices to let them easily sit on the rim of your mug.
Of course at ‘a coffee’ you expect…coffee. But, I’m also serving tea and spiced cider today! This recipe for Mulling Spices makes it easy to prepare spiced cider anytime.
These pumpkin cookie cutters make the perfect napkin rings. I knew all those cookie cutters would come in handy someday! I couldn’t even tell you where or when I found that white ceramic pumpkin…but it is a handy piece come fall. And I purchased the rust linen runner and napkins during my Williams-Sonoma employment days.
Cinnamon Apple Swirl Bread is easy to make and always a hit.
You can’t go wrong with Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars, with a crumb crust, a moist and spiced pumpkin layer, a tangy cheesecake layer, and crumbles on top.
These Apple Cider Muffins really are tasty! And yes, their Apple Filling center is a lovely surprise and makes them all the more perfect as a fall treat with a cup of coffee or tea.
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Thanks for stopping by my friend! Let’s make sure that we don’t let so much time pass by before we do this again! And do take a minute to check out all these wonderful Fall ideas from these talented ladies.
Tuesday – Tablescapes
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