Wednesday, December 1, 2010

A Wintry Table

Here are a myriad of views of a wintry table just waiting for guests. As you know if you've looked at my other tables, I like to tuck all sorts of things in among the centerpiece, so look for nuts, cranberries, pinecones, and glass snowflake candle holders (Hint: there are red tealights in them).













Happy Holidays and Bon Appetit!

Resources:

Chargers: Target
Dinner Plate: An Avon incentive gift that the company allowed its affiliates (Tiffany, Mallinckrodt, Inc., etc) to purchase at cost), 20 years ago
Stemware: Mikasa Marquise

Flatware: Oneida
Live Greenery: Whole Foods

Reindeer: Pottery Barn
Snowflake Candle Holders: Crate & Barrel

 


15 comments:

Debbie said...

This is so pretty. I love the little cookies next to the plates for place cards. Your centerpiece is stunning with all the boughs and fruit, too. Just an all around pretty table!

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Such a pretty table, Patti, what a fun spot to sit and have a meal. You've done a great job putting it all together, thanks for linking up!! Merry Christmas!

My Cottage Charm said...

Hi there! Glad you liked my Christmas village...I too just love villages! This one means so much to me cause my little boy and I have put it out every year since he was a baby. He just LOVES it! :)
Your tablescape is so nice, so very festive! I just love to do my table at Christmas!
Have a great week!
Missy :)

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Beautiful table setting...I could just smell the greenery in my mind!

Kaye Barley said...

I'm a huge fan of tablescapes and this is delightful!

Deb S. said...

This table is wonderul! The centerpiece is even more amazing!

Garden Girl said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous china! Love Currier & Ives!

The edges on the cloth napkins are lovely.

Sherry @ Lamp Unto My Feet said...

Absolutely georgeous tablescape! WOW!

Tess said...

Beautiful table!! I love the centerpiece and I'll bet it smells wonderful as well!

gena said...

What an inviting table-scape ! It looks so wintry and cozy - just gorgeous !

thanks for sharing,
gena
www.thehouseonlavenderhill.blogspot.com

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Pattie, your gorgeous table has put me in the Christmas spirit this morning just when I need it the most.

We are in sunny southwest Florida this morning packing our car to go to the mountains for Christmas and it's cold there. I was dreading being cold until I saw all of the Christmas spirit on your blog and remembered why we're going there. To be in the Christmas spirit and that means cold. Thank you so much.

Also thank you so much for becoming a follower of My Carolina Kitchen. It's wonderful to meet you and I am really enjoying looking at your lovely blog. It would make a great book.
Sam

Heather said...

What an inviting table! Your guests must feel very welcomed!

Entertaining Women said...

A lovely Christmas tablescape. The centerpiece presentation bowl is very special! Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

Alycia Nichols said...

I love all of the natural elements used along with the fruit in the centerpiece. Very pretty and festive! There's just something about using natural flowers, fruits and greenery that makes a table so special!

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