I have multiple photos of this first tablescape because it's the one I helped with. Some very talented ladies and I put it together the evening before the luncheon. It was really quite simple - white linens, red chargers, white plates, boxes wrapped in coordinating wrapping paper, glass hurricanes filled with white candles and coordinating ornaments, greenery, silver ribbon, and a silver champagne bucket.
This next one is another one done by my group, although I didn't have much to do with it. It was so festive with the 12 days of Christmas plates and gold accents.
Here are a few more. I'm not sure who did these, but everyone did a fabulous job!
While all of the tables were stunning in their own ways, if someone forced me to pick a favorite, there is one that was particularly appealing to me. While we were setting up on Friday evening, I saw this:
The table was only partially complete, but I knew it was going to be something special. Imagine my surprise the next morning when I saw this:
How gorgeous is that?!? There was a potted plant at every seat, and those moss covered frames make a perfect place card. I wonder where that big buck and branch lantern in the center came from. I want one of each! Everything from the rattan chargers to the pine cones scattered around the table reflected the woodsy theme. The whole tablescape looked like it had just jumped off the pages of Traditional Home magazine.
I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to attend the luncheon, and I'm so glad to have the opportunity to share a part of it with you. Hopefully one of these beautiful tablescapes has provided you with the inspiration you need to get creative with your holiday table.