I’m so excited to be joining some blogging friends for one of my favorite posts of the year! Today’s Styled + Set Holiday Tour is hosted by my friend Lory from Designthusiasm, and has 12 bloggers sharing their holiday tables and entertaining ideas!
You all know how much I love to set a pretty table. It’s one of my favorite things to do, and even more so during the holidays. Whether you’re having a gathering with some friends, or a big Christmas dinner, it’s so nice to set a table that is a little extra special. After all, it’s the holidays!
This table was influenced by the holiday palette in the rest of the house. I’ve been incorporating a touch of French blue in my holiday decor, and I wanted to continue that with today’s Christmas table setting! With lots of silver and white (and just a touch of that French blue 😉 ), this Christmas table gives a soft and wintery take on the season…
Earlier in the season I created both a classic Christmas table with a touch of red and one with lots of greens and gold. For this table, I knew I wanted it to include the soft blue I’ve been using this year. I’m totally smitten with the blue and I love that it works so well with all my other neutrals.
I had a vision of a centerpiece with a parade of bottle brush trees down the center of the table! Then I added lots of greens (eucalyptus and cedar), along with ornaments in blue and silver, and mercury glass candlesticks.
I’ve been collecting the bottle brush trees for a few years now, and I’m so glad I bought them! They’re becoming a lot harder to find now!
I used my everyday white dishes along with my favorite flax-colored linen napkins.
The silver-plated napkin rings are from Pottery Barn. Just a sprig of cedar and some faux white berries tucked into it keep it festive (and simple!)
The little wreaths have made an appearance again! They were on the dining chairs last year with cream colored ribbons. I simply changed the ribbon to the soft blue that I have elsewhere.
On the sideboard I created a sweet little Christmas vignette with cake plates and cloches, along with some glittery trees and a few vintage-y Santas.
I love these silver chargers, they’re so versatile and I’ve used them on all kinds of tables!
Of course, you don’t need a charger, you can simply layer your salad plates over your dinner plates, but they do add a little more texture to the table which I love!
I hope you enjoyed this Christmas table! For sources for most of the items on my table, you can click and shop the photos below.
Christmas Table Resource List
*please note some affiliate links are included for your convenience*
Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure to stop by some of the other fabulous ladies linking below!
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If you enjoyed this Christmas table setting, you may want to check out a few of my other holiday tables below!