Welcome to the 432nd Tablescape Thursday!
Happy Upcoming New Year to you! I’ve been out-of-state visiting family, just got back late Tuesday evening. I spent yesterday unpacking and running errands, picking up birdseed and suet for the birdies and doing a little grocery shopping. I also managed to squeeze in some clothes shopping, lots of great sales going on right now including THIS one. I picked up a cute shirt in the after Christmas sale.
New Year’s Punch Recipe
If you’re looking for ideas for a New Year’s Celebration, check out some of the tables and ideas I’ve previously posted here: New Year’s Table & Celebration Ideas.
You’ll find a printable recipe for this delicious champagne punch here: Insanely Awesome Champagne Punch.
When I make it for New Year’s, instead of using colored sugar around the rim of the glasses, I use colorful nonpareils. I love their festive look for New Years! Make several batches because guests love it and it goes fast!
I know Christmas has passed, but I couldn’t let the season get by without sharing this cute table from Gina.
This table is special because Gina lost much of the beautiful dishware you’ll see in this table in a mishap during a previous move. That would be so upsetting to have a favorite dish pattern broken while moving, wouldn’t it?
Gina has a good friend who recently purchased some new Christmas dishware. She had this same pattern and no longer needed it, so she gave Gina her set.
This Oneida pattern is Twelve Days of Christmas and was designed by Debbie Mumm. Such a beautiful pattern and such a nice friend! The plaid dinner plates are Haddington Plaid from Pier 1.
The cute flatware is Nikko Christmastime-Holiday.
The holly patterned glassware is from Dollar Tree. I bought some of this pattern a couple of weeks ago when I stopped in to buy a 2017 desk calendar. It’s really cute! I thought it would go well with my Lenox Holiday Christmas china.
Gina created a beautiful centerpiece incorporating in some very sweet deer. This one is resting, undoubtedly very tired after helping Santa deliver all those presents! 🙂
Thanks to Gina for sharing her Christmas holiday table with us for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
Twelve Days of Christmas Salad Plates & chargers: Debbie Mumm by Oneida
Plaid Dinner plates: Haddington Plaid, Pier 1
Dark Rattan placemat: Pier 1
Christmas glass and goblet: Dollar Tree
Flatware: Nikko Christmastime-Holiday, Amazon
Placemats, Napkins: Poinsettia, Kohl’s
Plaid Napkins: William Sonoma
Napkin Rings (2), metal pinecones and natural twig: Target
Poinsettia cut-out round placemat and runner: Kohl’s
Christmas Centerpiece: Michaels Crafts
Deer and Spruce Tufts: Home Goods
White vases: Vases from Edible fruit arrangements
Plaid S&P Shakers: Hobby Lobby
Plaid Fruit Bowl: Previous Teleflora arrangement
Place card holders: Nutcracker ornaments used as holders
Looking forward to the beautiful table settings shared for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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