I WAS THINKING ABOUT HOLIDAY TABLES TO SHARE WITH YOUA ND IT JUST OCCURRED TO ME....
I'M JUST NOT THE TRADITIONAL RED AND GREEN DECOR TYPE.
I LOVE TO USE BOTH COLORS, BUT NOT NECESSARILY TOGETHER...
SO IT GOT ME THINKING HOW ABOUT SOMETHING CLEAN AND GREEN AND HOW ABOUT RED WITH PINK?
Without a second thought I knew I already had 2 ideas.
If you missed the last post on the green, white and gold accented table you can take a look here.
I think it is pretty obvious I very much like pink, but I have been experimenting with ways to make it more sophisticated and year round too. Deep green and burgundy or bordeaux are just perfect for an enchanted garden look.
Here I used my everyday dishes from Crate and Barrel for a preview Sunday night dinner.
I had purchased these gorgeous pink linens from Rebecca Udall.
They set the tone for the table.
I love anything marble or tie dye and found these tree ornaments in a local florist. I thought as an alternative to a placecard they could be cute for the place setting.
Alternately I love these marble napkins for the table as well. No1Alike has the BEST marble accessories!
Here's an overview of the inspiration for my Enchanted Garden Meets Sugar Plum Fairy
I just added these Ginori plates to my inventory. Holiday gift to myself!:)
I was really inspired by the pink and burgundy and there are so many possibilities for this look!
I am a huge fan of the tie dye ombre napkin from Kim Seybert.
I love every color it comes in but the burgundy /red here or the pink mist are just perfect with my dishes!
Add a festive napkin ring like this one from Kim Seybert to keep with the sugar plum feeling.
If placemats are not your thing and you prefer to cover the entire table- this enchanted cloth from Rebecca Udall is perfect for the holidays.
I love the gold and burgundy with pink accents.
It also comes in white with gold, which is so classic. You can own it forever!
Lots of candlelight make it special. I have gotten in the habit of looking for colorful candles. They can change the entire look of the table.
I actually prefer mixing them so you really see how special these are and they add just a touch of glam.
Just a touch of green to touch base on that enchanted forrest look!
The votives to the left and the patina glazed ornaments are from Petah Bashano's website Living Beautifully.
Petah has such a great eye and I think these votives are not just for the holidays but anytime. You could use the ornaments for placecards as well or hang for decor or nestle them amongst the logs and greenery on your table. The stemware is from Fete Home and adds just the right amount of accent color to the tablescape.
A little more greenery for you!
There is nothing I don't love from Mr. P'sPlacecards. I think all of these would be perfect for the tablescape placecards or make buffet cards if you happen to do a dinner buffet!
Honestly if it was up to me I would buy all 3 and assort the cards on your table for variety. They all have such personality!
Just mix up all your florals and add lots of greenery to your table.
Here you have it...Enchanted Forrest meet Sugar Plum Fairy!
However you set the table or celebrate I hope your holidays are enchanted!!