Toile Christmas Table Setting with Bon Jour Yuletide

Welcome to the 379th Tablescape Thursday!

Recently Gina shared some wonderful photos of her Christmas table setting and I loved it! In her email Gina said, “You posted on your blog a year ago, to take a second look at ornaments that do double duty for other things.  Well I did!  I have used ornaments as napkin rings this year on my Christmas Table.”

 I immediately recognized the beautiful toile pattern. I recently ran across it online and thought it was wonderful! If I hadn’t already just purchased red and white toile plates this year, I would have made a bee line for a set of these!

Christmas Table Setting with Bon Jour Yuletide Dinnerware and Deer Centerpiece

 

Gina’s gorgeous, vintage Noritake stemware is really beautiful in this setting and so perfect for Christmas!

Bon Jour Yuletide Dinnerware in Christmas Table Setting

 

The red and white toile dishware pattern is Bon Jour Yuletide.

Christmas Tablescape

 

It looks vintage, doesn’t it? Sooo pretty! You’ll find this beautiful dishware pattern here: Bon Jour Yuletide. I found matching cereal bowls here: Bon Jour Yuletide Bowls

Bon Jour Yuletide Dishes for Christmas

 

Gina created a beautiful centerpiece! I love these sweet deer. They would be wonderful in any wintertime table setting.

Deer Centerpiece for Christmas Table Setting

 

I would definitely keep these out all winter, even when the table wasn’t set.

Christmas Table Setting

Gina was so creative with her napkin rings. She combined two beautiful Christmas ornaments (deer and moose antlers) to create this fabulous design for her Christmas table.

Ideas for Christmas Tables

 

I just purchased an ice bucket very similar to this one. In fact, it may be the same one. If it has deer on it, I can’t seem to pass it by. A lovely friend gifted this one to Gina.

Deer Wine Cooler

 

When shopping for salt and pepper shakers, Gina said, “I like to purchase two similar sets or same theme sets, then mix the two. It makes for a more interesting set on each end of table.”

Oh, I absolutely LOVE this idea! Gina bought one set of Christmas trees and another set featuring deer, then she mixed them for this lovely pairing. Besides looking great and adding additional interest to the table, it would really help with remembering which one is the salt and which is the pepper.

Silverplate Christmas Salt and Pepper Shakers

 

Thanks so much to Gina for sharing her beautiful Christmas table! Going to be some very lucky folks dining here this year!

Pssst: I finished writing the tutorial for crafting the Hot Cocoa sign I shared yesterday in this post: Create a Hot Cocoa Bar for Wintertime Entertaining. That post will go up on Friday so stop by sometime this weekend and check it out!

Have a wonderful, wonderful holiday and a very Merry Christmas! Thanks for making this year so awesome, dear Friends! You are the best!

Christmas Table Setting with Bon Jour Yuletide Dinnerware and Deer Centerpiece

 

Sources

White Deer – Costco Warehouse
Ornament tree – Home Depot
“Word” Chargers – Michaels
Table Runner and silver Tree S&P from Kohl’s
Placemats, Silver Deer S&P, and silver antler ornaments – Pier 1
Napkins – Pottery Barn
Crystal gift boxes – Mikasa
Champagne bucket – gift from friend
Stag butter dish – Williams Sonoma, 2 years ago
Stemware – Noritake (vintage)
Dishes – Bon Jour Yuletide – Kohl’s

 

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Comments

  1. Beautiful table. Merry Christmas, Susan! I know it will be a special one celebrating with your son and his family.

  2. There are so many lovely ideas on this table!

    Have a wonderful Christmas with your family Susan, and a very happy new year too!

    XXX

  3. Merry Christmas, Susan. Thanks for bringing so much joy into my year!

  4. Cyndi Raines says:

    Really like the mix / match salt and pepper set idea. Can’t wait to see the tutorial on the hot cocoa sign. Merry MERRY Christmas Susan – may you have a wonderful family time and the happiest New Year Wishes to you also. You are a real blessing to us all. God Bless.

  5. Gina’s table is cute- love the mix of dishes and the reindeer on the table. Her suggestion about the salt and pepper shakes is a good one!
    Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

  6. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Blessed 2016. Thank you so much for sharing your talents and wisdom (some through trial and error). I consider you a dear friend – honest and down-to-earth. My kind of people!

  7. So pretty. I love those white deer and her plate stack is so festive. Thank you for sharing this, Gina and Susan. Merry Christmas to both of you.

  8. Merry Christmas Susan! Thanks for sharing Gina’s beautiful table~ I love the idea of mixing and matching the salt & pepper shakers!

  9. Gina’s table is very sparkly festive! Her salt and pepper idea is cute! Merry Merry Susan and thank you for all the wonderful parties!

  10. Always love toile dishes and Gina’s Christmas ones look fabulous. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Susan!…Christine

  11. So beautiful! Love every single element, especially those wonderful napkin rings.

  12. I always love toile dishes and Gina’s Christmas ones look fabulous. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Susan!…Christine

  13. Great tip on the S&P combo; it could be used with different ones throughout the year. Thanks Gina. And Merry Christmas to all.

  14. Have a wonderful Christmas Susan. Your posts brighten my Inbox every day throughout the year! Thank you!

  15. robin smalley says:

    Merry Christmas to all and to all a good new year. I really enjoy your blog. It is the only one I follow.

    rls

  16. Merry Christmas Susan! Thank you for having us into your home each week, it’s always a pleasure! Christmas hugs….

  17. Nerry, merry to you and yours and thanks for all that you share

  18. Oh I love Gina’s Christmas table. I’ve been stuck on gold for too long. I love the silver theme, looks so elegant. Her ideas are so creative.
    Merry Christmas.

  19. When I try to link up, it always says I didn’t give a link back in my blog post, but I do. Any reason why this happens? Thanks.

    • Collen, is it a live link that takes you to the party when clicked? I’m traveling in a car today so can’t check InLinkz right now to see it. sorry

  20. Hi Susan, thank you for sharing this festive table with us! The red, white and silver theme is just stunning! I also love the salt and pepper shakers! How cute! Merry Christmas Susan, to you and your family! Hugs- Christine

  21. Iris McCloud says:

    Merry Christmas, Susan and a Joyous New Year.

  22. Susan, Hope your Christmas is extra special.

  23. Thanks for sharing Gina’s table! It is stunning. Love the idea of mixing the S and P’s! Hope you had a very merry Christmas. I’ll party this coming week, hopefully!!!

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