Welcome to the 331st Tablescape Thursday!
Recently, my friend Bonnie created a beautiful winter tablescape for a New Year’s Eve dinner.
This table setting included a Santa centerpiece dressed all in white, so this table would also work great as a Christmas tablescape, too.
Take away the Santa and this table setting would work great any time during the winter months.
Bonnie caught the Blue Hour in several of photos! Everything is so pretty contrasting against that Blue Hour sky.
Soooo beautiful! If you aren’t familiar with the Blue Hour, you can read more about it here: The Secret of the Blue Hour
Love these cute New Year’s salad plates! Bonnie found them many years ago in a Gilroy Outlet. The beautiful charger plates are from Joss & Main.
This salad plates depicts a cork exploding out of a champagne bottle. You can practically hear the sound, can’t you? What fun plates!
Snowflake napkin rings from Pier 1 work beautifully with the snowflakes hanging down from the chandelier.
Thanks so much to Bonnie for sharing her fabulous 2015 New Year’s table setting! Keep those snowflake decorations out. Christmas may be behind us, but winter isn’t over yet!
Chargers – Joss & Main this year
White wreath plates – TJ Max last year
Champagne salad plates – Gilroy Outlets, over 15 years ago
Glasses – Marshall’s
Flatware – Tuesday Morning
Tablecloth- Home Goods
Napkins & Rings – Pier 1, this year
Santa centerpiece – Pam Schifferl, Christmas at the Cove in Pacifica, very old.
Looking forward to all the beautiful tablescapes posted for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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