Fall Table Setting With Dried Flowers

Throughout the year, I save a few flowers from any bouquets I receive and dry them. Some of my favorites to dry are roses and hydrangeas. The colors become rich and are the perfect accent for your Fall tables. For roses, I hang them upside down and using a rubber band secure them to a door knob for a week or two. Hydrangeas do not need to hang upside down, they will dry perfectly in the vase.

So give your flowers a longer shelf life, dry them and add a pop of vibrant color to your tabletops. Enjoy!
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Table linens West Elm • Dinner Plates JCPenney • Chalkboard Tags Martha Stewart

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    • AngelaAngela says

      Thanks Ms Gina! =) I didn’t think yellow roses would dry that well, but they turned out gorgeous. Now I think pastels are the best bet.

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