Adorable White Pumpkin Soup Tureens!
Fall is definitely coming…in fact, in some parts of the country, it is here!
I am so excited because I love Fall/Autumn!…and even though we don’t have drastic changes in our Seasons here in Florida, we still have Seasonal changes.
The leaves that have fallen off of my shady lady Olive tree tells me each day, that Fall is getting nearer and nearer.
I have another confession to make….
I have been playing with my dishes again folks…I love tablescapes, as you know… and I have set up a Fall Tablescape, which is perfect for soup on a chilly day.
I found these wonderful white pumpkin soup bowls and tureen with ladle on line a few months ago and I fell in love with them.
They almost match a set of three white pumpkin bowls that I had gotten online at QVC several years before. You can see the white glazed graduated sized pumpkins in last years Thanksgiving tablescape Thanksgiving Dinners and Carving The Bird
Last year, I saw these adorable deer salad plates on the Pier 1 website. I had to smile at the 4 pretty little birds nestled in the antlers…well, I just had to give it up and go with the flow and I ordered them. And when they arrived, I couldn’t keep from smiling. Aren’t they the cutest ever?
I placed the deer salad plates on my Spode Woodland dinner plates. You may remember I used the dinner plates and matching salad plates in the tablescape Changing of the Guard/Seasons!
The flatware is so unique…they are bronze colored and shaped like twigs, which remind me of Fall.
I LOVE IT!!!
AND…the napkins have a cute little orange leaf embroidered in the corner and I used napkin rings in the shape of deer antlers that I also found at Pier 1….the good news is they were on sale!
As usual, at the end of this post, I will list the source of my Fall tablescape for this week.
I am sure you noticed that I just could not cover up the sweet deer’s head with the white pumpkin soup tureen. So the soup tureens all sit a bit off kilter to the side of the dinner plate.
I used rattan chargers which I think which grounds the tablescape and brings the natural woodland theme together.
Along with the Autumn/Fall leaves, I added a pretty Fall ribbon that I casually wove in and among the Fall leaves.
And being from the Midwest….I also had to add a few sunflowers…can’t forget my Kansas roots.
It was beginning to get dark, so I thought you might like to see the candles lit….I really think candles set the mood, don’t they?
So tell me, my dear readers, are you ready for all the Fall colors and leaves and fireplaces and pumpkins and apples and…..
Well, you get the picture!
Rattan Chargers: Hobby Lobby, many years ago
Glasses: Pier 1, about 15 years ago (I used to have a set of 12, but the Captain broke one right after we met) hahaha!, I’ll never forget because I had just said to him that I couldn’t find anymore of them!
Flatware: Pier 1
Dinner plates: Spode Woodland Pattern
Deer Salad plates: Pier 1, Alexander Pattern, 2 weeks ago
Napkins: Too long ago to remember 🙁
Napkin Rings: Pier 1, a couple weeks ago
Pumpkin Soup Tureen w/ladle and individual soup tureens: Temptations stoneware
Candle Holders: Gift from BFF about 10 years ago
Autumn Ribbon: Dollar store, this month
Autumn leaves: Hobby Lobby, several years ago