Thursday, December 28, 2017

Christmas to New Year's Eve Tablescape

The days in between Christmas and New Year's Day are my favourite time of the holiday season.  All the hustle and bustle has eased and now it's time to sit back and relax with family enjoying the pretty decorations and eating the yummy leftovers.  

There is however, still the occasion of New Year's Eve/Day where you might want to have your table looking a bit festive whether it's for family or invited guests.

With that in mind, I designed a tablescape that transitions from Christmas to New Year's, is appropriate for both occasions and didn't require a lot of effort.

A frosty fire and ice theme was chosen starting with this simple centerpiece.

You might remember this Upscale Buffalo Check Christmas Tablescape (here) I showed you awhile back.  Reusing some of those items, helped make this new tablescape fast and easy to create.

I placed four of these acrylic light-up Christmas trees (I've had for many years) on mirrors and staggered them down the center of the table. 

In between the trees, I arranged cylinder vases.

Silver ornaments, snowflakes and acrylic ice were placed inside the bottom with a tealight candle on faux snow in the insert on top.

These were set atop a silver snowflake table runner.

The place settings were done in white and silver.

Acrylic snowflake napkin rings add some sparkle.

To add interest, these silver snowflake napkin rings were used at alternating place settings.

Red and white wine glasses reflect the light from the centerpieces creating a festive vibe.

And while the centerpiece is the star of the show, it doesn't take up a lot of room on the table...

...and the other necessary items take a supporting role.

Whether it's for Christmas or New Year's Eve, this table is definitely set to celebrate.

You can visit here if you'd like to see more of the Silver Deer Christmas Sideboard behind the table.

 Do you have a special dinner on New Year's Day?
I think we'll be doing our usual order-in Chinese food which makes things super easy!

Wishing you all the best for 2018!

Thanks for visiting!

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Jocelyne said...

That is a beautiful table! Makes me want to set mine. Happy New Year to you!

Parsimonious Perfection said...

Those crystal trees are phenomenal! So beautiful 😍

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Lady of the Manor said...

Your table is amazing! I especially love those trees, they look crystal. We enjoy dining out for lunch New Year’s Eve then buy something
Special to cook at home for dinner. Our New Year’s Day meal is a carry in at my mother-in- law’s home. Enjoy your special celebration have a blessed new year!

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

What a spectacular look you achieved! Love the fire and ice theme! This year we are traveling to see my mom and sisters for a belated gathering. Nothing special planned for the New Year’s Day but I hope to be able to get to a couple of places to shop while visiting since they have stores we don’t.
Wishing you a blessed and Happy New Year!

Ann Krucek said...

Lori, you have created a beautiful table that is the perfect transition between Christmas and New Years! Those chrytal trees are so pretty, it's nice to see them used so well again. All the best to you for the new year, here's to more fun tablescaping and blogging through the next year!!!

alex amarxon said...

This is the 4th quilt top I have made so far with the blocks.
It's 60" x 60" with a grid of 4 blocks by 4 blocks and two 5" finished borders.building a fence

D Keels said...

So very festive! Thank you for the tablescape inspiration. Happy New Year!

Sandra said...

Tudo muito lindo. Feliz Ano Novo.

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The Charm of Home said...

Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home! Happy New Year.

Jan Lipi said...

That is a beautiful table! I just don't have the eye to do stuff like that! I'd love for you to share over at a new party called Let's Party look forward to seeing you there!

Sandra Lee said...

Beautiful transitional table and I love all the sparkle! Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, and I hope your week is going great.

Sarah said...

Your transitional table is gorgeous and perfect for festive entertaining both Christmas and New Year's. Great idea! I love the crystal trees down the center of your table, and of course the black and white textile has me smiling!

Louca por porcelana said...

Oh my!How stunning!

Jann Olson said...

Hi Lori, just hopping back to let you know that you will be featured at SYC tomorrow.

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