• Lillian Smith

Fall Tablescapes with Palm Leaf plates

I have created three Alfresco Dining options for your outdoor tablescapes using these amazing @thekijanicompany plates. These Plates are biodegradable and made from Palm leaves that were dropped on the ground. This means no trees cut down for these disposable plates. It is an ecofriendly option and an easy cleanup- a Win Win for us and the environment. These plates can be found on Amazon.





These Fall tablescape items were

all from the Dollar Store, everything except the Palm leaf plates.

The place mats were $1 each

The Plates were $1 each (glass)

The Glasses were $1 each (plastic)

The succulents were $1 each

The flowers bushes and stems $1 each

Total cost for this Fall tablescape -$20 total

(Flowers I cut one bushel apart to separate the peonies, I used the flowers and stems to embellish my lantern for fall ) See next photo

I found these beautiful candlesticks at Roundtop, TX Antique Road Show - Always look out for candlesticks when antiquing.


This tablescape was brought to you via Big Lots, Target and Steinmart.

I like to add height to my tables with risers or in this case a cake pedistal from Target. The tray and the flower box were from Big Lots. Have you checked them out lately? They have great items and sometimes really great prices. I added some napkins from Steinmart and the napkin rings to add a little extra surprise element outside. I have several styles and colors of chargers and I do like them better than placemats because they are easier to clean . Just wipe and go is easier for outside dining. Add what ever you have for the season to add some volume to your table , "dress it up" is how I like to call it.




This tablescape I call it my Parisian Alfesco set. I love the organic feel of this tablescape with the fruits , palm leaf plates and the touch of french green glass. I found these lovely plates, platter and pitcher all at Tuesday Morning and all on sale. I added a cheese pedestal that has a marble top which brings in more texture to the table. Layers, levels and color are the three things to remember when dressing a table. Remember height too for conversation, you don't want to obstruct the view when enjoying conversation and dining.


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