Hello and welcome to the 12 Days of Christmas blog hop! On this tenth day of Christmas, we are sharing our holiday table settings. I was super excited about this post! This was actually one of the first ones I completed even though it was not going to be shown until day 10! However in my mind it was going to be shared on day 11 so I got the wrong post ready yesterday! Oops! Sorry for the delay in getting this one out but it is done now!! Without further delay, here is my Silver and Gold Christmas Tablescape. 🙂
You can find more pictures below and at the bottom of the post, check out all the other fabulous holiday table settings from the many talented bloggers we have joining us for this blog hop.
If you want to check out any of the other 11 days, you can find them here:
- Day 1 – DIY Ornament | Wooden Bead Christmas Trees
- Day 2 – DIY Cone Christmas Trees
- Day 3 – Abstract Snowman DIY
- Day 4 – Sugared Cranberries and Rosemary Cupcakes
- Day 5 – Dollar Store Craft | Sparkly Gem Christmas Tree
- Day 6 – Christmas Gift Exchange Ideas
- Day 7 – Disney Inspired Hot Cocoa Bar
- Day 8 – Hot Cocoa Peppermint Cookies
- Day 9 – DIY Christmas Magnolia Wreath
- Day 11 – Christmas Front Porch Decor
- Day 12 – Silver, Gold and Light Green Snowy Christmas Tree
Welcome to the third annual 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop!
Stop by every day from December first through the twelfth for new ideas you can use to make your season brighter!
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They have all been busy as Elves creating, decorating, cooking and crafting tons of new ideas for you to try this holiday season!
I have never really been a table decorating person before starting blogging. But I have to say I am really starting to enjoy it. Now I will have to come up with excuses to have people over to enjoy the tablescapes I decorate! 🙂
I knew that I wanted to use my DIY dough bowl filled with ornaments on the table. Ever since Mr. Wonderful made it for me, I couldn’t wait for Christmas for this exact reason! I think it looks beautiful filled with silver and gold ornaments. Next year I want to fill it with colored ornaments!
I LOVE the tapered candles in the middle as well. Aren’t they gorgeous? Coupled with a string of fairy lights, they look so great, especially at night!
I found these plates and bowls at the Goodwill for $8! Score! They fit into my theme perfectly and I had literally just stopped at Hobby Lobby before going to the Goodwill and saw some similar plates there for much more! I was a little ecstatic, to say the least!
I made up some DIY glittered pear placeholders to go on top of the bowls. These were very simple to make and look stunning! I will be sharing that tutorial with you soon.
I have always wanted to try some ribbon on the back of our chairs. However, our dining room chairs are robust and they have a bit of a curve to them. So to use ribbon across the width of the chair was going to be tough. I thought this was a way to compromise. I think it looks fantastic! What do you think?
I found these tear shaped ornaments that I added to the ribbon. Also I used them hanging from the chandelier. I thought they fit in well with the pear placeholders. They look a little pear shaped, right?
This is one of the most elegant tablescapes that I have done and I LOVE it! I think it will stay up for a while. 🙂
Hope you enjoyed my silver and gold Christmas tablescape, better late than never! I will be back tomorrow for the 11th day of Christmas. I promise to be on time with that post! 😉
Be sure to visit our fellow 12 Days of Christmas Bloggers below for even more creative ideas this holiday season!