Chrismukkah Table Setting

tablescape, table setting, hanukkah, christmas, holiday, chrismukkah, decor

tablescape, table setting, hanukkah, christmas, holiday, chrismukkah, decor

We celebrate Chrismukkah in the Sky household. My husband and I are Jewish (I converted prior to our wedding) however, Christmas is a big holiday for my family so we celebrate both! You may remember the show ‘The OC’ (it was really big when I was in high school) and Seth describes the holiday best – you can find the clip, here. Given that we celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas I try decorate the house and of course our table accordingly.

Last year, I went with a winter white tablescape and this year I was really into greens/boxwood. With Hanukkah beginning tomorrow, I thought I’d share our table! Our tradition for Hanukkah is instead of celebrating each evening (outside of lighting the candles), me and my mister have a traditional Hanukkah dinner together as a couple (which we started when we got married) – I’ll make the brisket, latkes, and more! Then, we have one evening of celebrating at my mother-in-laws with my husbands family. For Christmas, we stay at my parents house for a couple of days to celebrate with our family.It’s my favorite time of year! Fun fact: I used to get sick every Christmas growing up because I would get so excited that I’d get sick. Thankfully, that no longer happens, however I’m no less excited!

Chrismukkah Table Setting

This year, since I was into a lot of greens and boxwood, I selected a boxwood wreath and used it as a part of my centerpiece. I placed my new Mikasa crystal menorah in the center and added some baby’s breath around the wreath to accent it. As for the table setting itself, I used beautiful silver beaded placemats (similar here) which I topped with this fab silver charger from Crate and Barrel (which they now have in gold and rose gold…already picked up the rose gold because I can never walk out of there without more than what I planned). From there, I added our wedding china, a pretty silver napkin and these super cute mini boxwood wreaths I ordered on Etsy. I flanked the setting with my favorite gold flatware. Yes, I mixed metals – it was theme for my holiday decor this year, in addition to being a favorite look of mine. And just because I love it, I used our wood names at each seat. Since it will be a water and champagne kinda of night, I put these super cute Le Grand Courtage Brut minis for us to pour our own!

When setting a table for two, I try to make it even more intimate and personal. Like the place cards, the mini champs, the mini candles – it just adds a special and personal touch to the table!

Happy Hanukkah!

tablescape, table setting, hanukkah, christmas, holiday, chrismukkah, decor

tablescape, table setting, hanukkah, christmas, holiday, chrismukkah, decor

tablescape, table setting, hanukkah, christmas, holiday, chrismukkah, decor

photos by Anna Meyer Photography

This post was sponsored by Le Grand Courtage. All opinions are my own.

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