Today is September 1st and Autumn is definitely upon us here in Vermont. I’m not quite ready for decorating with pumpkins just yet, however, a couple of friends stopped by over the Labor Day weekend and brought us these beautiful fresh cut flowers from their flower gardens. They are amazing! And I thought they would be so festive on our dining room table as a basket of fall flowers centerpiece.
I just adore all the vibrant colors of fall flowers.
I had this basket that I bought at Michaels for a couple of dollars and spray painted it a vintage blue, which is my color of the season. Do you have a favorite decorative color?
Enjoy this Fall & Halloween DIY Grazing Table with MacKenzie-Childs as well.
Antique Candle CO has an amazing new fall scent, Warm Caramel Crumble. And it smells simply amazing! My entire home smells like I’ve been baking all day!
You may also enjoy the post, Vintage Fall Centerpiece in 5 Easy Steps.
A few artificial Apples and my mother’s vintage tea set accentuate the color of the flowers—such a simple DIY table centerpiece.
PIN THESE IDEAS FOR LATER!
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