Hello and welcome to our Styled + Set Holiday Entertaining Blog Tour! I am excited to be participating alongside some of my favorite bloggers. For those of you visiting from Designthusiasm, welcome! Lory is our host and has gathered an amazing group. Hopefully, you remember my Thanksgiving Table which I shared with this same group. The links for all of the participants can be found at the bottom of my post.
Today, I wanted to illustrate how to use traditional Christmas colors of red, green, and white, while still showcasing gold and silver on my holiday table. (This post contains affiliate links).
I found a wonderful store bought Italian Cream Cake, removed the nuts, and added home made sugared cranberries for that festive, holiday table appearance. You can see another one I decorated here. I like to use a cake stand to elevate my desserts.
The pewter stemmed glassware elegantly compliments this holiday tablescape.
Get the Look – Tabletop
The votive candle holders are filled with tea lights. Their warm gold glow accents the table as you would want candlelight to do.
The red/white/green aspects are comprised of fresh pine garland, an amazingly scented rosemary tree, as well as a bundled holiday bouquet. I added crystal sprays to the greenery on the table so it would look extra special.
Get the Look – Centerpiece
And here is the finished table.
You can shop my dining room here.
Before you leave, I wanted to offer a sneak peek of my dining room tree which I flocked this year using Sno-Flock. More on that soon!
Get the Look – Tree
Be sure and check back next week when you will be able to tour my dining room as well as many other rooms in my home, each fully decorated for the holidays.
If you have followed this blog for some time, you know I am anything but traditional. However, today I wanted to illustrate how “traditional” can be mixed with “non-traditional” when it comes to holiday colors and decor. So, don’t be afraid to mix and match in this regard. I bet if you try it, you’ll be glad you did.
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