Hello Friends! I am so excited to share this year’s Christmas tablescape with you. There are some familiar pieces, and some unexpected pieces, and I think that’s what makes it feel eclectic. It’s a little bit of this and a little bit of that, and I pulled it all together for the holidays! Also joining me today, are some blogging friends sharing their beautiful holiday tablescapes, so be sure to check them out at the bottom of this post!Now for the fun part… on to the tablescape ~
I brought out my favorite mercury glass trees I scooped up from HomeGoods a few years ago. You might remember I used them first on this tablescape HERE, they truly are one of my favorite Christmas decor items, so it was no wonder they made it on to this years Christmas tablescape.
Making them come alive, is the fresh eucalyptus branches I placed around the trees, adding a slightly whimsical feel, with their unexpected branches scattered throughout.
Grounding the entire centerpiece is a wool blanket I bunched up down the center of the table first, in deep forest green and navy blues. It’s a big contrast next to the white linen tablecloth, and silver trees.
I tucked in some silver deer votive holders for a slightly woodsy feel, nestled at both ends of the trees. Their antlers provide an elevated height for a warm candlelight glow at night.
I love how the blue goblets play off of deep blues in the wool blanket, giving it a jeweled tone look. I know blue isn’t a traditional Christmas color, but I love the way this combo still feels festive, yet with an unexpected twist. **Click HERE for similar blue goblets.**
Tiny mercury glass ornaments hang down from the chandelier above, for an extra touch, making things feel just right for the holidays.
For each place setting, I first placed a simple eucalyptus stem, and then topped it off with a mercury glass ornament tied with a sage green ribbon. Making each place setting feel like a gift, to tell my guests I’m so glad you’re here!
Ready for some more inspiration! Be sure to fill up your mug, with a nice hot beverage, and hop around to my friends different homes to see how they have made their tables festive for the holidays ~