We had quite a busy Christmas this year hosting both my family on Christmas Eve and then my husbands family on Christmas Day. It is a lot of work but, Oh, so wonderful getting together with family to celebrate!
I only remembered to snap a few quick photos of the tables just seconds before the guests arrived on Christmas Day so there aren't many here to see but thought I'd share them with you anyway.
I used my old Christmas china called Holiday Ribbon from Belks in the kitchen combined with my darker green glasses. I think the green goblets are Libby. The Christopher Radko cookie jar served as my centerpiece paired with candles and Santa salt and pepper shakers.
In the dining room I used the new plaid tablecloth that I purchased from last years after clearance sales at Walmart.
I kept the centerpieces simple in both of these rooms. Since I had to move them in order to clean the linens after the first nights use and because I like to keep the table less cluttered when family is sitting around the table, I decided less is best.
In my dining room I used the Butler's Pantry china combined with the Holiday Gatherings salad plates, both are from Lenox. My lighter green goblets are from the Better Homes and Garden collection sold at Walmart. My cloche filled with sparkly white, gold and silver balls served as our centerpiece. Very simple and casual just the way we like it!
I realized while setting these tablescapes this year how limited I was on holiday linens, specifically napkins. Having to work first thing on Monday morning for our after Christmas sales at SteinMart has it's advantages! I was able to snag a few bargains for myself to help resolve my limited amount of Christmas linens. I'll be sharing a sneak peek of those with you soon. But already, I am dreaming of next year's tablescapes!
I am joining BNOTP for Tablescape Thursday. Please be sure and visit this link to check out many more beautiful settings. I bet there will be plenty to enjoy from the holidays!
Here's wishing you all many blessings for a Happy New Year!