Wine and Cheese in the Garden


Happy Monday, Friends! If you are visiting from the Fall in Love with Texas Tour or the Fall Porches and Patio Tour, Welcome! Setting a festive table outdoors is one of my favorite ways to enjoy the beautiful fall weather. No need to fuss with a full meal--why not celebrate the season with wine and cheese in the garden? Check out how I used an assortment of thrifted finds to do just that...


Wine and cheese in the garden fall tours


Last week, I shared 5 Thrifty Tips for Creating a Cozy Fall Home indoors. Today, we're headed outdoors--won't you join me in the garden? 



Wine and cheese in the garden fall tours


With the exception of the food, flowers, and glasses, everything on the table was thrifted--including the vintage quilt I love to use as a fall tablecloth and the fun wine cork wreath hanging in the background. Oh, and the glasses were a clearance find from Target! I added chalkboard contact paper to a thrift store tray to create an upcycled cheese board. 


Wine and cheese in the garden fall tours
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The vintage dishes, mossy pot and wine basket are from my thrifted collection. If your fall garden blooms have faded, pick up an inexpensive grocery store bouquet like these gorgeous sunflowers! 


Wine and cheese in the garden fall tours


I forgot to mention the stamped wine glass tag was also a clearance find from a local shop that's going out of business.  I got several I'll be using soon, but I prefer this one on the wine basket. Salud! 


Wine and cheese in the garden fall tours


The wine cork wreath was a yard sale find that had seen better days, but I gave it a quick upcycle by replacing the bare spots with more corks


Wine and cheese in the garden fall tours



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Wine and cheese in the garden fall tours


These outdoor poufs were another clearance find and they have been so versatile! 




Here's the line-up for the Fall in Love with Texas Tour


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Here's the Fall Porches and Patio Tour line-up! 


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Hope you enjoy the tours! Be sure and leave me a comment if you're new here--I'd love to visit your blog or respond with a note! 

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34 comments:

  1. I'd love to join your for wine and cheese in the garden, Cecilia. You've made your table so welcoming with the pretty sunflowers, dishes, and of course the wine and snacks. The quilt is a beautiful thrifted find!

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  2. This is adorable. The quilt is gorgeous. The chalkboard paper is genius. Thanks for sharing with Let's Add Sprinkles. I'm thrilled you are a stop on our tour.

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  3. I appreciate how you always show us how to make beautiful spaces without breaking the bank! Your garden is a serene spot and perfect for enjoying some beautiful Fall weather.

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  4. Cecilia I adore your autuminal vignette. I woud love to join you!

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  5. So inviting and pretty. Your garden is a special place. Love the happy sunflowers.

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  6. This is so charming and inviting, Cecilia! I am going to make a note of the chalkboard paper idea. So clever! Everything about this vignette is joyful and fun. :)

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  7. Such a charming little spot! Thank you for the tip about chalkboard paper, that sounds so much easier than spray paint. I think you have inspired me to make a swing by Texas Thrift today :) Happy Fall!! xo, Andrea

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  8. I love the comments; charming, inviting, thrifty, welcoming, joyful, fun! With finances being watched, a setting like this is just so perfect! Reusing beloved possessions in a new setting is just heartwarming!!!

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  9. I love everything- and I especially love everything because they are thrifted treasures.
    We have that love in common!
    Everything looks wonderful and you have inspired me to find a fall colored quilt.

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  10. What a lucky find that quilt was! So pretty with those gorgeous flowers.

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  11. Cecilia, alfresco dining is my favorite. I'd love to pull up one of those comfy looking poufs and join you. We can toast the days of autumn!

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  12. Cecilia,
    The sunflowers are so beautiful and perfect for the quilt. Such a lovely outdoor Fall table!

    Judith

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  13. Cecilia, I'd love to join you in having wine and cheese outdoors. We could talk about all the great finds you've put together here, where you sourced them, and how much we love the hunt. Great assemblage!

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  14. What a cute tablescape and I love that quilt!

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  15. What a perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine on a cool fall evening. Just charming!

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  16. Your wine and cheese set up is so cute. Love the poofs and quilt. Happy touring!!

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  17. This is so charming, Cecilia! I love the quilt you used...and the contact chalkboard paper for the tray is so smart!

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  18. What a great idea. Wine and cheese couldn't be more perfect and I love your setting. That quilt is amazing.

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  19. Wow, you even place the crackers with such thoughtfulness. I'll just invite myself over if I'm ever in your area! Always enjoy hopping with you!

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  20. Let me start with telling you that the yellow quilt is so beautiful! Having wine and cheese in the garden sounds a little bit heavenly especially if it's with girlfriends. :)

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  21. This looks like such a pretty place to relax and unwind. Fall is definitely one of my favorite times to be outside and enjoy nature. You have a beautiful place to celebrate in! Happy Fall, CoCo

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  22. You find the best things while thrifting! Your outdoor space looks like the perfect place to enjoy wine and cheese.

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  23. It looks so pretty the way you decorated the table with the pretty yellow flowers. It’s the perfect time of year to sit out and have wine and cheese.

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  24. How fun, Cecilia!! Two tours in one! Happy to be with you again on this year's Fall In Love With Texas tour. I love how all of your outdoor table decor here are thriftshop finds ~ that's great! I love going around to the thriftshops in the the area ~ you just never know what treasure you will find.

    Happy fall to you,
    Barb :)
    www.frenchethereal.net

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  25. Cecilia, great idea to host an outdoor party. I love the yellow quilt and it's perfect as a bright tablecloth. Love the cork wreath. I should make one since we have so many corks!

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  26. SO fun and fall festive. The quilt and sunflowers pop for sure. Enjoy!

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  27. This is such a pretty outdoor fall tablescape! I always associate grapes with harvest time. Your use of chalkboard for the tray was a great idea too!

    You did a great job tying both tours together! So happy you could still join us. Happy fall!

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  28. One post, two hops...smart;) You know I love all your vintage, thrifted finds! That quilt tablecloth has me drooling; love the yellow and white! Old quilts make perfect tablecloths!

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  29. Perfect spot to wine and dine! I especially love the quilt!!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  30. What gorgeous sunflowers! This looks like so much fun and a wonderful way to spend a pretty autumn afternoon. It has been so much fun touring with you!

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  31. It's after midnight and now I'm hungry after reading your post.

    I love your yellow and white quilt.

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  32. I want to come over right away! Yum! I love that yellow quilt! How perfect for this fall setting! All so beautiful!

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  33. Everything looks so beautiful! I love the yellow...so elegant for this outdoor setting! Have a great one!

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