Well we are back this Monday with another beautiful table design! This time we are doing a more natural organic look! This past weekend, we decorated for a wine tasting dinner, but this style of tablescape could easily be used for celebrating thanksgiving dinner!

I was immediately inspired by the green hues in this room. I love how everything turned out!

I started out with an 8 foot olive branch and seeded eucalyptus garland. Nothing is prettier than fresh garland! I used my local florist to source the items I needed for the garland but for ease of use, I have linked below live garlands that are available for shipping!

To keep with the season, I scattered ivory velvet pumpkins around the table. I then saw these genie bottles and thought they would be perfect for the table. I popped in creme spray roses.

I finished the tablescape with copper and gold mercury glass votives.

For the place settings, I used hammered copper charger plates, white dinner plates, and black flatware. The napkins were lined with emerald thread. I took a small piece of the seeded eucalyptus and tucked it in each napkin. If you wanted a more spunky look, you could use buffalo check pattern for napkins, I have linked some below! Lastly, I added emerald green goblets to complete the look.

Do you ever juggle around the table trying to figure out where each family member is going to sit? Make it easier for guest, by using place cards at each place setting.

Make the room consitent with the the theme of your table. I wanted to showcase this beautiful buffet with a 6″ natural olive tree branch and seeded eucalyptus garland. This is your “main station” shall we call it for your wine or beverages, or even better a dessert table! Yum!

One tip on garland, try giving it life!! What I mean by that, is, a lot of people will just plop it on their table and not give it any movement.

Here I left the garland to naturally flow down the buffet table.Give the garland an organic flow.

For flowers on the buffet I wanted to continue the theme of “wine” with the floral so I selected flowers with deep purples hues and burgundy’s. If you go with the natural look, I encourage you to use pops of colors somewhere else in the same room!

I am really into flower boxes these days! There is nothing more simple and elegant at the same time then white roses.

Thats it! I hope you got some nice ideas. To get a similar look, I have linked items below! Thanks for stopping by!

Until next time,
Whitney Elaine