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Black, white, & gold party | The Frosted Petticoat

Love this - inspiring-rustic-centerpiece

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Farm to Table Set a romantic scene with a color palette of burlap, white, cream, sage and olive

Cute Easter table

Incorporate Cocktails Into Decor - Putting out a pre-mixed batch of cocktails on a tray dotted with holiday décor makes for a festive look on the table -- and saves the hostess many trips to fetch & prepare drinks as guests arrive. “Purchase one or two large beverage servers in which you can pre-batch up to 40 cocktails. Set out your glasses on trays with an ice bucket and your guests will help themselves.

Honor a Cherished Collection - Build a beautiful tablescape from objects that you love and collect. For one thing, you already own all the materials! And the result will be a highly personal, conversation-starting look. “

Keep it Kid Friendly - You won’t be afraid to welcome the kids to the table -- or create a separate kids table altogether -- with a tabletop setup that they can spill on all they like: Use wrapping paper as a low cost, festive runner that you can crumple up and recycle after the meal. “Keep the tabletop affordable and totally kid friendly by using wrapping paper as a no-fuss runner,” For a similar look, get it now: Holiday Owls Wrapping Paper, $7.95 at Paper Source

Tell a Color Story - Pick a fabulous color -- it can be something traditionally holiday-ish or any shade you love -- and carry it from the tabletop all through the home for a consistent, festive look. “When decorating, keep a thread of style by identifying your look and color. Have it run from the wreath on the front door to the garland over your fireplace or stair banister and keep it going on your dining table

Mix Modern With Vintage - Set a lively, conversation-starting table by mixing fresh, modern items with cherished heirloom pieces. “The holidays are a perfect time to pull out your rarely used heirlooms. Pair your grandmother's china with a bold new salad plate for a modern, eclectic look,” says designer and event stylist Sarah Granger-Twomey. “Don't overlook those quirky pieces either. The vintage novelty salt and pepper shakers in the back of your cabinet make a great conversation piece.”

Candles create such a flattering look, both for the guests at the table & for a gorgeous table itself. “Use candles & holiday ornaments abundantly,”. “When it comes to candles, there is no such thing as enough: the more [candles], the more glamorous. Use tall tapers in tall holders, use stubby pillars and fill in the space with mismatched and odd-sized votive candles. In between, use bunches of ornaments or planted amaryllis which are showy and last a while.”

Love the turquoise and brown

It’s the perfect season to host an outdoor garden party or indoor brunch buffet. Whatever you choose, we have simple, inspired ways to take your table décor to the next level.

mix and match antique china

Candles in small vases as table runner...

Dinner party!

table setting-fall tablescape with vine wreaths~love the rustic look!

modern and vintage table setting

rustic glamour Photography By / sarahkatephoto.co... Design By / hollytrippeventde..., florals + linens by www.bellafloraofd...

Thanksgiving Table Setting

Red and white tablescape.

Navy, gold and white elegant place setting

Carolyne Roehm. Love her table setting.

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Table Setting

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