Today’s Celebrate Christmas Blog Hop is hosted by Leen from Sand Dollar Lane. I am participating by sharing my own Christmas Tablescape in Pink and Gold.
I haven’t ever done a tablescape like this before, and I am so glad I gave it a try. And I hope you like it as much as I do, too.
If you are visiting from Postcards From the Ridge, I am so happy to have you here. Today’s Christmas Tour is filled to the brim with Christmas decorating from Christmas trees, to tablescapes, wreaths and door décor.
You will be inspired to design your own home in gorgeous Christmas style. I will be listing all the links at the end of this post for you to enjoy.
As a child, my Grandma, Mom or Aunt would host a Christmas Eve dinner. Afterwards we would play games and open presents. But the real delight for me was when they would serve hot tea and an array of desserts.
Thinking about those childhood memories, inspired me to decorate my own Christmas Tablescape in Pink and Gold.
Their dining room tables would be filled with festive cups, plates, handmade cloth napkins and candles.
Using my thrifted and gifted tea cups and saucers was the inspiration my own Christmas party table.
For my version of a Christmas table design, I filled a vintage candy dish with glittery bowl filler from Hobby Lobby to add to the color pallet. As well, as stacks of thrifted and vintage tea cups and saucers, fairy lights and pine cones. Bringing in the touches of Christmases past helps me share my own family traditions and history.
I like using layers on my tablescapes. Like a vintage shutter as a table runner. I found this one at a recent estate sale in California.
The DIY embellished ornaments resting on the assorted faux greenery add so much sparkle and shine.
The lovely blush pink plate chargers are from Hobby Lobby. I think they add such a gorgeous tone to the table. Especially stacked with a clear glass plate and vintage saucer in coordinating pink shades.
Each piece of glassware adds a collected style and creates an inviting atmosphere. Especially something like a homemade craft such as my embroidery hoop “welcome” wreath and the tin can glittery vases.
Grandma always had a special stocking or ornament for each one of us. Instead, I have purchased little glass birds with feather tails and strings of crystals as gifts (from Amazon) for my guests. As they leave, every guest will have a memento of wonderful food, laughter, and love.
Creating a pink and gold Christmas tablescape has brought back so many childhood memories along with some fresh ideas for my own family Christmas celebrations. What Christmas decorations bring back happy memories for you?
It has be a joy to have you here today. I hope you have been inspired to create your own Christmas Tablescape in Pink and Gold.
As you leave here be sure to visit Hearth and Vine for a beautiful Christmas centerpiece idea. Then sit back and enjoy the whole Celebrate Christmas Blog Hop.