I know many of you are hosting and are probably looking for some fast and cheap ideas for your Christmas table, so here's some inspiration for you!
A couple of years ago I styled a house as part of the Fair Haven Holiday House Tour. My design was all about the mix. Vintage and new, silver and gold, different textures and natural materials. It's casual, layered and very personal. Dean's Florist in Red Bank provided the center arrangement. Each place setting had a Seckel pear with a name tag on it, and a mini bouquet in a cordial glass.
All you need here are some greens, candlesticks and pillar candles. Very simple and chic. The placemats are a nice touch but I don't think you necessarily need them. :)
I love plaid for the holidays and what a fun way to incorporate it into your decor!
A sweet bouquet which you could source from your (or a neighbor's) garden. Buy a bag of cranberries, throw it all in a glass vase and you're done!
Here we have my favorite - eucalyptus! What I like about this arrangment is that it'll look great into the new year.
Don't you love this idea? All you have to do is cut a few greens and you're good to go. Just make sure you don't let the candle burn down to low - fire hazard!
I hope I've given you some ideas on how to make your holiday table look festive this holiday season!
I hope you have a wonderful holiday and a great new year!
Until next time!
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