Darby Fallon Clark Shares Her Favorite Products for Hosting This Season

By Caroline Perrott | November 5, 2020 | Home & Real Estate Home & Real Estate

As the holidays swiftly approach, many Atlantans wonder how to safely gather this season while still keeping it chic.


Entertaining, fashion and lifestyle tastemaker Darby Fallon Clark is here to help navigate your holiday gatherings. The Atlanta native has garnered quite a loyal following on Instagram, sharing her life in the Meadowbrook neighborhood with her husband, Jack. (The two are expecting their first child early next year!) On weekends, Fallon Clark is quick to entertain family and friends with delicious meals, floral arrangements and exquisite table settings. Here, we sit down with the budding hostess savant to explore her holy grail products and practices when it comes to breaking bread with friends and family over the holiday season.


Hot Skwash Full Harvest set, maisonette.com

“During the months of October and November, the center of my dining table is filled with velvet pumpkins. I love using a variety of shapes and sizes for an effortless look.”


Williams Sonoma vintage etched coupes, williams-sonoma.com

“Festive glassware around the holidays is a must. I love the antique flair with floral handetching. Perfect for cocktails, Champagne and sparkling wine!”


Richard Ginori x Cabana green and white dinner plates, onlyontheavenue.com

“All Richard Ginori plates are works of art. This sophisticated, gorgeous green is the perfect addition to any fall tablescape.”


Loulou La Dune scalloped floral place mats in khaki, onlyontheavenue.com

“Elevate each table setting with these handembroidered beauties by Loulou La Dune.”


EtúHome wine glass vases, etuhome.com

“These handblown beauties are the perfect vases to show off your blooms. Scatter them around the table or place in front of each individual setting.”


Juliska natural bamboo five-piece place setting, erikareade.com

“A timeless, classic natural bamboo sets a warmly sophisticated table with an exotic touch and can be used year-round.”

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