Advice & Planning

The Weekly Love List: 5 Favorites for Fall Tablescapes

Each week, we ask the our D Weddings editors to share their current crushes—from skincare regimes, honeymoon destinations, or registry must-haves. Consider “The Weekly Love List” your D Weddings editor-approved wish list for before, during, and after wedding day.

Carolyn Salad Plate

from Ralph Lauren Home

“I am currently coveting Ralph Lauren Home’s Carolyn collection for pieces that easily transition your fall tablescape. Made of porcelain with 24k-gold highlights, the lively feather motif colorfully paints each item. Adding the salad plate or bread and butter plate to your everyday table would be the perfect accessory to channel fall.”

—Mary McMullen Welch

 

Tortoise Flatware

from Sabre Paris

“I love adding tortoise elements to my table during autumn. It pairs perfectly with the tones of fall foliage while elevating a traditional rustic palette. This Sabre Paris flatware serves as a neutral with visual interest and matches any china pattern or table linen set for the season.”

—Mary McMullen Welch

 

Copper Palo Santo Holder

from Citizenry

“I just bought this copper palo santo holder thing from The Citizenry and, in addition to being, like, really pretty, it comes with these woodsy-scented palo santo sticks that smell so fall. Plus, they’re sustainably harvested so I feel as good as they smell.”

—Caitlin Clarke

Teak Root Serving Wedge

from Crate and Barrel

“I like to go for an earth-toned aesthetic in the fall, and this reclaimed teak serving board does the trick. It elevates any charcuterie board, whether it’s part of your Thanksgiving appetizers or football watch party.”

—Sarah Bennett

Dinnerware

by Your House or Mine

“Fall feels like a time for things that are natural—nothing that’s too perfect or “done.” I’m having a thing for ceramics at the moment, which is right in keeping with that vibe. Currently I’m coveting the dinnerware by Your House or Mine at Magic Hour Vintage Shop.”

—Jessica Otte

Terra Cotta Taper Holders

from Rico Terre

“I am also coveting these beautiful taper holders by the ever-talented Adam and Alicia Rico (the brains behind Bows & Arrows florals). I just love the idiosyncratic nature of ceramic pieces like these—no two are exactly alike yet each is totally beautiful in their own right.”

—Jessica Otte

 

 

 

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