Saturday, December 27, 2014

Festive Table Settings for Christmas



Christmas may be over but there is still entertaining to be done!

We definitely follow the many days of festivities after Christmas Day.



So today I wanted to share with you a few photos of table settings we have used this beautiful Christmas season.

Red glassware that was gifted to me on my birthday in September was  a joy to use this Christmas.


It just made the table look so pretty and festive!

That's a new mini Christmas tree in the corner of the dining room, too.



It's a four-foot  white tree I bought for $24 in Big Lots.



It's decorated with  mostly pink ornaments and pink faux roses and white lights.







SOME PEOPLE DISLIKE ENTERTAINING WHILE  OTHERS LOVE IT.  HOW ABOUT YOU?




11 comments:

Nellie said...

Love that tree! Entertaining is something I love! When plans for a surprise birthday party didn't materialize earlier, I proceeded to serve a party menu when part of family arrived anyway. :-)

Sandi said...

Love that red!

Martha's Favorites said...

Your home looks beautiful! Love your table my friend. I love to entertain. Hugs, Martha

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: great Christmas decorations. I really like the dishes in red. Nice pictures. Happy New Year. Keep in touch

diane.stetson said...

Very pretty Susan..I like the new tree too!

Stephanie said...

The table is simply beautiful, Susan, and I love the way you have the napkin tucked into the fork.

Also, your pink tree is so dreamy and pretty :) Hugs to you!

Bookie said...

Such lovely, lovely tables! I think it does not matter how fancy the food if it is served at such a lovely table!

Primroses Attic said...

Love your white tree. I had a white one in my kitchen this year.
Your table looked so pretty.
I love to entertain, but do get stressed because I want everything to be perfect.
Rosezeeta.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

If I had the right kind of space, I would love entertaining, but so hard to keep anything clean here. I only invite over people who aren't gonna do the white glove test. Those are true friends anyways, right. :) I love that little white tree - it's something you could leave up nearly year round by changing up the colors. The Christmas tree plates are very pretty and I love the redware. My mom collected it when I was growing up. Best wishes, Tammy

Red Rose Alley said...

What a pretty white tree decorated in PINK, Susan. My sister first introduced me to Big Lots many years ago, and I go there every now and then. It's funny because I was just thinking that I wanted a little white tree next year to decorate. Yours looks lovely.

~Sheri

Chatty Crone said...

I have to say that the tree is absolutely exquisite!!! I think it is delicate and pink and beautiful flowers - fits perfectly!

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