Welcome to the Holiday Tablescape Blog Hop. I am so happy that you stopped by and feel so honored to be featured with such a wonderful and talented group of ladies. We owe an enormous amount of gratitude to the talented Chloe at Celebrate and Decorate for hosting this creative round up of Holiday tables. The schedule and links to the participating blogs are listed at the end of this post.
I love Christmastime! God truly blessed me with the most wonderful family. I have the best husband a girl could ever wish for and three beautiful children. My Parents are the most caring people that you will ever meet, and my Grandparents were such a strong presence in my life. They always showed me unconditional love. I saw my Grandparents almost every day, and I know I was fortunate to have this privilege. It is not a gift that I have taken lightly. Only one of my Grandparents is living, and I treasure her very dearly. I miss my other Grandparents very much, especially at Christmastime. Along with my Parents, they helped to instill the true meaning of Christmas into my heart. I have such happy memories and treasure them so. Today’s Christmas table is a family inspired table of love, warmth, reflections of blessings, and happiness.
For the underpinning of the table, I chose a cream lace tablecloth. Each place setting is anchored with a burlap placemat.
For the centerpiece, a pretty Christmas pitcher is filled with greens, berries, and pine cones. The pitcher is flanked by crystal candlestick holders and red candles.
Also adorning the centerpiece are American Fostoria glasses filled with pine branches and candy canes. The Fostoria glasses belonged to my Great Grandmother. Blue Christmas ornaments and candy Christmas trees are also scattered about the table.
The place setting consist of red plates with white polka dots. The accent plate is from the Pioneer Woman Christmas Collection. The crystal is American Fostoria, and the flatware is Michelangelo by Oneida.
I love these pretty plates form the Pioneer Woman Collection. They match the pitcher I used as the centerpiece. They have an old fashioned Christmas look.
Thank you so much for stopping by today. Please be sure and check out the other bloggers participating in the Holiday Tablescape Blog Hop. I know that you will be in for a treat! There is lots of wonderful Holiday Inspiration. I hope that you have a wonderful Wednesday and a very Merry and Happy Christmas Season!!!