Seven Gorgeous Holiday Tablescape Ideas
Welcome to my blog about seven gorgeous holiday tablescape ideas! I've teamed up with some fabulously talented designer/bloggers in a blog hop. You will be able to hop to their blog sites from mine and see seven gorgeous holiday tablescape ideas. A special welcome to those of you that have hopped over from The Design Twins! I love Julie & Jodie. They are so inspirational in all their designs and tips. I'm always learning from them. Before we start I want to thank Janine at Happy Happy Nester for gathering all of us together for this fun blog hop!
Now grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and relax while we show you seven gorgeous holiday tablescape ideas. My tablescape is about entertaining for a holiday brunch.
This is a photo of my tablescape for Christmas dinner this year. I love the woodsy deer theme.
For entertaining for a holiday brunch I've changed the table a bit. I decided to lighten and brighten up the whole vibe in the room while staying with the wintertime theme. This fur table runner screams cozy wintertime fun!
The centerpiece I kept simple with white flowers mixed with evergreen trimmings from the yard. I kept it festive with the mercury glass vase.
I love the blush glassware trimmed in gold from HomeGoods. I think they are beautiful, adding a subtle hint of color. The scattered ornaments reinforce this color scheme and add shimmer and sparkle!
Even for a daytime brunch I enjoy the ambience of candlelight. The mirrored star candle holders are a new favorite of mine from HomeGoods. I couldn't resist these gold and cream striped candlesticks!
Brunch is a great way to entertain! Most people are free on a weekend for brunch, and then everyone will still have the afternoon free for other things. The menu I've planned for this winter brunch is simple and allows plenty of time for me to be with my guests! When having a brunch I like to set the table the night before.
When my guests arrive, they usually gather around the bar cart. For my winter brunch I have it stocked with chilled sparkling wine. They are welcome to make their own mimosas with orange juice.
These beautiful easy sticky buns are delicious! So easy to make too. This is one of the Barefoot Contessa's recipes. You'll want to google this one!
I first serve a selection of fruit and berries, then a Potato Basil Frittata filled with ricotta, gruyere cheese and eggs, accompanied by applewood cured bacon rubbed with rosemary and steamed asparagus with a lemony hollandaise sauce.
After eating this delicious brunch I ask my guests to leave the dining table and to make themselves comfortable around the Christmas tree. On a cold winter morning there is nothing more comforting than caramel sticky buns and steaming cups of vanilla latte. This is the perfect cozy spot to visit and linger over coffee!
I appreciate you stopping by today to see my tablescape for winter brunch. I know you will want to hop right over to see Oscar's tablescape at Oscar Bravo Home. He is so stylish and on target with his designs; you won't want to miss it!
I know you want to see all these fabulous designer blogs and their gorgeous tablescapes: