It’s the Great Pumpkin!

To see the complete pictorial for “It’s the Great Pumpkin!”, please click HERE or on the “Autumn” tab above.

Those of you who know me know I love to eat! Luckily, so do many of my friends! We enjoy dining like the Europeans: slowly and with purpose. For this casual 3-hour dinner on the deck, the pace fit the menu and the colors are all about the season!

To see the complete pictorial for “It’s the Great Pumpkin!”, please click on the “Autumn” tab above.

I count myself lucky to be joining the ladies and gentlemen for The Style Sisters’ Centerpiece Wednesday and Susan’s Tablescape Thursday!

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14 thoughts on “It’s the Great Pumpkin!

  1. It’s a Great tablescape! How do you do it? I do believe each tablescape is more creative than the one before. You are an amazingly gifted woman!! I truly look forward to your posts. Thank so much for sharing. You inspire me.

  2. I went to the tab and thoroughly loved the Great Pumpkin tablescape! The centerpiece is out of this world, and I loved the napkins. That’s one of my favorite folds!

    And I’m a gal who likes a cute place card too.
    This table is really my cup of tea!

  3. I just love visitiing this site. You are so talented, and obviously must love what you are doing. I plan on coming to your house on Sunday for brunch and I expect something “just for me”.

    Oh! That’s right, someone else may have your attention for that event. Maybe later. Come up with a creative State theme.

  4. Hi Alycia, Your table is really a great celebration of the great pumpkin in your centerpiece! I can’t imagine why hubby did not like the place cards–I thought they were wonderful, and with the menu on the back they were extra special! Hope you had a wonderful meal! Linda

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