Winter White Holiday Table

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host holiday dinner, hostess, holiday tablescape

host holiday dinner, hostess, holiday tablescape

I have a thing for winter white looks and decided to go for a white and gold holiday tablescape. We celebrate Christmakkuh in our household so, I wanted something that (with little to no changes) would be the perfect look for both holidays.

A Winter White Tablescape

My mom let me borrow these pretty spheres (similar here, here) as well as those FABULOUS Kim Seybert placemats (similar here). I’m obsessed with the beautiful beading! To keep the winter white look going, I chose simple white plates and light metallic napkins. To top it off, I added the perfect metallic ornaments with a crystal drop as the napkin rings. #uswewhatyouhave

I’ve been using my gold flatware more and more lately, it just gives that extra something to the table. Plus, it was a nice touch with the hints of gold featured. I found a calligrapher on Etsy that could make those gold laser cut wood names – how perfect for a place card?! Adding another accent to the table are the Chandon splits – which you could also use as a place card by adding a nice tag – think outside the box!

One of my favorite aspects of the table is the garland I made. I went to local florist in our area and picked up a few holiday greenery bunches and babys breath. What did I do? I laid them strategically on the table and added in the bunches of babys breath throughout. I also had some pretty gold pine cones that were placed along the DIY garland to tie in the napkin ring.

This is definitely my favorite tablescape to date!

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holiday, hostess, holiday tablescape

holiday, hostess, holiday tablescape

holiday, hostess, holiday tablescape

holiday, hostess, holiday tablescape

holiday, hostess, holiday tablescape

photos by Laura Metzler Photography

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