Monday, December 7, 2015

Christmas Tablescapes in Review

So many of us just love to decorate for Christmas and create beautiful tablescapes and vignettes. I think I must just love sparkle and glitz for the holidays since it seems many of my tables are full of sparkle. I am sharing a few of my Christmas tablescapes with you. Enjoy the review!





You may start your table design by creating the centerpiece first. In this post, I shared my design for a Christmas tablescape centerpiece


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A Lenox cookie jar was elevated then surrounded by red sparkling poinsettias. 




Silver garland of sparkling silver ornaments also surrounded the cookie jar and poinsettias. A Lenox tablecloth gave the table an elegant touch.  



A flocked tree with red ornaments in a mercury vase stood on a table to allow guests to move around the table freely. The large mercury balls were used for lots of glitz. 



Once you are past the centerpiece, the rest of your tablescape design starts to come together. 






My Sparkle and Spode Christmas tablescape featured bits of sparkle along with my Spode Winter's Eve - Cranberry dishes. 



Silver was used on the server with a large silver tray and silver candle holders. 






Silver ornaments and a Reed and Barton silver music box game the centerpiece added glitz. 



White glittered deer brought more sparkle for the table along with crystal candle holders. A cranberry tablerunner was used to compliment the cranberry color in the Spode. 





A big change in color was used for my Aqua Christmas Tablescape. Some of you may know how much I love aqua so, of course, I had so much fun creating this tablescape. I think I could use these dishes for any holiday or even just for everyday. 







Again, I just added lots of sparkle and glitz to make this aqua tablescape perfect for Christmas. 





Christmas Dining


Chartreuse was a fun color to use for my Christmas Dining tablescape. 


This tablescape was created for a dinner party at my daughter's house. 

I consider this tablescape as casual elegant with the burlap runner and the Lenox China used together 




The China, stemware, napkins, and silverware are Lenox Holiday Nouveau.


The silver glittered deer were from Nell Hill's and gave lots of sparkle. 




There you have it, hope you enjoyed the review and my use of lots of sparkle and glitz - Judy.  

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13 comments:

Pam Lauren said...

They are all so pretty! I especially like the turquoise and the lime green. I am pinning so I can keep these wonderful ideas handy! Have a Merry Christmas!

Lori @ Dining Delight said...

Reviews are always nice especially when we get to see beautiful tablescapes like these again! So many great looks and ideas. The cranberry one is my fave!

Christine Graves said...

Stunning review! The mercury glass table is one of my favorites.

Merry Christmas!

tablescapesbybev.com said...

These are all so lovely and it's absolutely impossible to pick a favorite! I love your style and how beautiful all of these are. The first one with all the red and the Lenox jar is just stunning!

Creations By Cindy said...

Oh Judy, I love the reviews! Every single one is beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Jacqueline said...

It is so fun to be able to look back at the tables. I finally decided to do a picture book on mine to preserve them. I posted about that one post ago.

Valerie Roberts said...

What wonderful photos you have. I enjoyed each and every one. Gorgeous!

Rita C. said...

Hi Judy, this is my first time visiting your blog (from Kathy's Delightsome Life). I love tablescaping, collect vintage china (on the verge of being a dishaholic), and yours are beautiful! All the added decor really make each one a stand out. Great photos, too. Happy Holidays.
Rita C at Panoply

Angelina PeoniesandOrangeBlossoms said...

You put together some really nice tablescapes! I think my favorite is sparkle and Spode, because I love red on a table the most!

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Hi Judy- I remember some of these! I especially like the one with the Lenox cookie jar, the silver ornaments and Mercury glass mix going through the center. I always feel like once I have a centerpiece idea the rest does come together!

Pam Richardson said...

Judy, what beautiful tables! I loved each photo! The Spode cranberry stole my heart! Thanks for the review of each lovely setting! Pam @ everydayliving.me

The Charm of Home said...

Your tables and tree are just gorgeous! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!

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