Tips and Tricks to Welcome Fall
Don’t sulk because summer is over celebrate because fall is just beginning! Gather some good friends to drink great cocktails and munch on pumpkin pie. Check out our inspirations and tips for welcoming in the fall season.
Fall is just a hop, skip and a jump into a pile of leaves away! Are you ready to celebrate the colorful season with some hot cider and pumpkin pie? Although summer may be dying down and the air is feeling crisper, don’t sulk when you can celebrate. Fall is a great season because everything looks so beautiful and raw. Collect some leaves in your front yard and use them as décor instead of piling them in the garbage. Check out our inspirations and tips for welcoming in the fall season.
Fall Inspired Table Settings
A simple way to transform your table from summer to fall is keep the color scheme full of rich tones. Reds, purples, browns, and oranges are perfect fall colors for your place settings. I love how this table is set with creative red berry napkin rings, making it perfect to welcome in the fall.
Caramel Apple Dessert Kabobs
These caramel apple kabobs take the traditional, children’s caramel apple to an entirely new level. Kick it up a notch by using sliced apples and drizzle the caramel on top. Not only is this recipe healthier, but it’s also much easier to bite into!
Classic Pumpkin Pie
This is a fall staple and a must have if you’re inviting friends over to welcome in the season. This classic pumpkin pie isn’t just a dessert to serve on Thanksgiving Day. Top it off with a dollop of whipped cream and you have the perfect final treat for any fall dinner party.
This fall leaf garland can be used with real, dried out leaves or just a leaf die cut. This DIY craft adds instant décor to your kitchen or living room, perfect for hosting a fall party.
DIY Ruffled Fabric Pumpkins
As fall gets near think about creating these adorable DIY fabric pumpkins. They are perfect centerpieces for your kitchen table or throw pillows for your couch. These pumpkins are so simple to make and you can mix and match the fabrics to match your home’s décor.
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