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Beautiful Table Settings for Christmas

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A beautiful setting from Caitlin of Sacramento Street. Adore her blog and great style. More pics here.

 

In love with this gorgeous, simple table setting from Sarah of Honey of a Thousand Flowers via one of my favorite blogs Ruffled
Sarah Does it again! From Honey of a Thousand Flowers, she creates the most gorgeous florals and is the genius behind this rustic setting. Photography by Leo Patrone 
If you’re hosting Christmas dinner this year, I’m sure you’re doing some shopping this week to create a memorable table setting. To help you out, I did a little web browsing and found some breathtaking inspiration from some of my favorite blogs and designers. As you can see in most of these elegant table settings, the flower arrangements and greenery are what make the table stand out. Embellishing it with charming candles, neutral linens (monogrammed even better!) and some natural accents like fresh fruit will create one festive dinner table for your family. Sadly, this year I won’t be partaking in designing an amazing Christmas table because we’ll be in the Caribbean! But I’ll be planning a chic cocktail party for New Years, which I’m looking forward to. Read on to see more inspiration…

 

Erin from Apartment 34 styled this beautiful table. Here are more of her tips for setting a festive table
You can always stray away from the typical Christmas colors.  Try different hues of purple and pink to decorate the table as well. It still looks festive. The very talented Holly created the beautiful flowers, styling by Caitlin of Roost and photos by Rylee.
I like how Michelle from Sweet Something Design used a flannel blanket for a tablecloth. So creative! 
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2 responses to Beautiful Table Settings for Christmas

  1. December 19, 2012

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    xo, tasha
    twenty-something blog

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