ic Kathe With an E: Christmas Tablescape

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Christmas Tablescape

So here we are, the day before Christmas. Everything that can be done, is done. All that is left is church services later this afternoon then meeting Mr. B for our traditional dinner out for Chinese food (he has to work today). When we get home we will watch, repeatedly, A Christmas Story and then head to bed to await Santa's arrival. Christmas morning we will awaken and Linda will make some sticky buns while I pour our traditional mimosas.  We will eat, drink and open presents together.  I will hope to get to face time with Peanut & Sweetpea sometime during the day. Then, the final hurrah of the holiday, dinner.  Prime rib, roasted red potatoes, roasted asparagus and homemade rolls. We will sit at the formal table that I have set for our Christmas feast.
Christmas Tablescape
A bright red holiday table cloth is set using the same gold chargers I used for the Cookies With Santa Table earlier. 
Christmas Tablescape
I then layered my great-grandmother's Epiag china dinner plate and topped the plate stack off with a holly green salad plate from Hobby Lobby.
Christmas Tablescape
In keeping with the red & gold theme that started with the mantel and continued to the china cabinet I also used my vintage, hope chest gold plated flatware.
Christmas Tablescape
Estate sale white and gold trimmed napkins are finished off with red berry napkin rings.
Christmas Tablescape
Green wine goblets from the Dollar Tree are at each place setting. 
Christmas Tablescape
The pallet wood centerpiece that Mr. B made for me is filled with greens, ornaments and candles.
Christmas Tablescape
Gold and while candles are strategically placed around the table.
Christmas Tablescape


Christmas Tablescape


Christmas Tablescape


Christmas Tablescape

Christmas Tablescape

From our table to yours, we wish you the Merriest of Christmas!
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16 comments:

  1. I hope you get to Face time with the grands. Enjoy your holiday. Have a mimosa (my fave) for me!

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  2. Merry Christmas! Such a lovely table and I like that you found some inexpensive items (I never would have thought that dollar store goblets could look so lovely). You inspire me to try my hand at setting a pretty table.

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  3. Very pretty Kathe! Hope you have a good Christmas!

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  4. It's beautiful, Kathe! A very Merry Christmas to you!

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  5. Merry Christmas Kathe,

    Your Christmas feast table setting looks lovely!

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  6. It's all lovely -- a very Merry Christmas to you all!

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  7. Merry Christmas! Lovely table. I hope you had a wonderful day and face time with the grands!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  8. What a great table! I love the green majolica salad plates! Everything is very lovely! Merry Christmas!

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  9. Hi Kathe,
    This table is a very beautiful and so relax. My hubby's highest fave, so far.

    TY for sharing and happy holidays.

    GReetings,
    /CC

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  10. Thanks for sharing your beautiful tablescape with Foodie Friends Friday. I chose this as my host favorite this week!

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  11. Lovely table! I am sure you had a nice Christmas. Happy New Year, Kathe!...Christine

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  12. Beautiful table! Pinned and stumbled it too....Those green dishes are just perfect!

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  13. What an absolutely lovely table you guys had!

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