love the owl jewelry in the hair, but a vintage brooch would be just as nice, and could substitute for that ‘something old’
Vintage canning jars. How simple - really. Ask around your family, ask on freecycle or craigslist. Check your local thrift stores - let them know you will buy lots if they’ll call you and then give them your card. Or buy a box or two.
What really struck me about this photo is #1 - those napkins. I have that EXACT SAME fabric. And it’s a vintage sheet from our local Goodwill. Seriously. Plus how cheap is this project? Find a friend or family member, or shoot ask on freecycle or craigslist if someone will cut you some 2 inch thick logs. Wood burners (I already have one) are really cheap and you can do projects with them forever. Plus cheap dried moss. The cost of the projects probably ends up being under a dollar each. (if you don’t count your labor - which I don’t unless it’s very meticulous)
I love the simplicity of this table. The tiny little buntings, easily made with some yarn and scraps of fabric. Also the give-away bags in the background with their scrappy ‘button’ decorations. The simple easy on the eyes colors. The handmade food, you can TELL it’s handmade, but it’s got a beauty of it’s own and it looks delicious.