DIY grazing tables are all the rage this fall and Halloween season. Feast with me today around our early fall grazing table on the porch in partnership with my friends over at MacKenzie-Childs.

What is a grazing table? A grazing table is a buffet-style or sideboard table filled with all your favorite provisions, like desserts, cheeses, fruits, cocktails, mocktails, soups, etc.

See more of my dessert grazing tables with MacKenzie-Childs in the Summer Desserts with MacKenzie-Childs Check Designs post..

What do you put on a grazing table? I gathered all the old-fashioned candies, cheeses, cookies, crackers, and meats that I purchased from The Vermont Country Store for this grazing table.

My neighbor topped it all off with a fresh bouquet of fall flowers from her gardens. Aren’t they just stunning?

The flowers looked absolutely fabulous in MacKenzie-Childs’ Courtly Check Enamel Pitcher on our fall and Halloween grazing table

Next, I layered the Courtly Check Enamel Cheese Course with the old-fashioned eateries. Paired festively with the MacKenzie-Childs’ Supper Club Cheese Knife Set.

Can we talk about this witch’s cauldron? It’s absolutely fantastic!  It features a color-dragged Courtly Check pot with a gold-painted interior sitting on a pair of fun, fanciful orange witch’s feet.

Join me on the blog today for all the details and how to make your own fall and Halloween grazing table for your next outdoor gathering.

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