Winter Frolic Party Plates (c/o) / Berry and Thread Dinner Plate / Silver Swirl Placemat (c/o) / Ruby Dot Napkins (c/o) / Amalia Wine Glass (c/o) / Small and Large Cakestand / Small and Large Red Rose Trees / Cashmere Turtleneck Dress (c/o) / Boots (currently 40% off!)
Creating a festive table is one of my favorite things about any holiday or celebration. I am excited to partner with Juliska to bring you this sweet Winter Frolic Christmas Tablescape.
As with my Thanksgiving Tablescape, my goal is always to inspire you to create something special by showing you a table that hopefully you think, “I can do that!” I want to provide you with great ideas that you can make your own.
This year the feature elements are the darling, hand-painted Winter Frolic Party Plates. These are dual purpose Hors d’oeuvres/Salad/Dessert plates each featuring a beautiful winter scene from a fairytale country estate. My favorite might be the Garden Conservatory scene. You’ll notice that I used the gorgeous silver swirled placemats you’ve seen at Easter and also Thanksgiving. They are really so versatile! Next is my, my everyday Juliska Berry and Thread dinner plates topped with the Winter Frolic plates. The napkins were also seen last Christmas.
These match the Winter Frolic mugs I’m giving away here and would make a perfect breakfast set for Christmas morning. In fact, we are using them this entire month! Such a happy way to start the morning during the Christmas season.
The centerpiece is created from a large and small Juliska cake stand stacked and surrounded by two centerpiece swags from Gracious Garlands. I made a large satin bow for each side. The most festive part of this centerpiece are the cookies from my friend Reggie aka The Highland Park Pie Lady. These are so darling and so delicious! If you are in Dallas, contact her ASAP about placing your order as she gets booked up quickly!
I topped the cake stands with this beautiful Wood Shaving Rose Tree. It was a happy accident because another item I ordered hadn’t arrived and I spotted this on a desperate run to Target. I picked up two large rose trees for the side tables to add a bit more festive red to the room.
I hope you are inspired to recreate this fun tablescape for your family and friends this year. I’d love to see your creations! Post them on Instagram and tag them #TLLinspired and I’ll feature you on my Instagram stories!
SHOP THE TABLETOP
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Thank you to Juliska for the tablesetting elements, The Highland Park Pie Lady for the cookies, Gracious Garlands for the greenery and Duckhorn Winery for the wines. All selections and opinions are my own.
Photos by Mary Hafner