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December 14, 2012
Last year, I went with a nontraditional purple and silver theme for my mantel and holiday table. This year, I wanted to use more traditional colors in my home and focused on whites and metallic colors for the mantel.
I used silver mosaic goblet candle holders, a feather wreath hung with "diamond" ribbon and a rhinestone embellished feather tree.
I placed a silver leaf garland over a silver scarf and added some feather ornaments. A simple mantel to go with both my glam holiday tablescape and "bling" Christmas tree!
Posted by Jess @ Events That Sparkle at 9:39 AM
December 13, 2012
For my holiday tablescape this year, I wanted to use metallic colors to create a glamorous tablescape. Last year I used a nontraditional color palate for my Winter Wonderland tablescape and I wanted to go back to simple and elegant colors this year. My inspiration came from gold sequin fabric that I used for the tablecloth and gold and silver plates from Crate and Barrel . This is a table that is appropriate for Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year's. These beautiful pictures were taken by my very talented friend, Laura.
I bought this beautiful potted manzanita tree and draped strands of crystals from it's branches. The tree is lighted which only illuminated more light.
I displayed white rose balls in silver and gold mercury glass vases.
I draped the middle of the table with gold, bronze, and silver layered tinsel. Metallic ornaments were wired to the tinsel.
I kept the place setting simple. With simple platinum napkins, silver chargers, so the silver and gold dinner plates would "pop".
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December 12, 2012
For the past few years, I have gone all out with holiday decorations. To many, and my husband, our basement usually looks like a decorator's warehouse.We are in the process of getting our home ready to be put on the market and much of my holiday decorations are in storage. This year has been challenging with decorating. I am trying to be rational and also be true to my creative side. Last year we had two trees. To cut down on the chaos, we have "minimized" our holiday decorations this year and have put up only one tree, our "bling tree", this year.
Posted by Jess @ Events That Sparkle at 10:38 PM