Tablescapes, Winter Holiday

I combined elements from the Sweet Sugarplum Fantasy table and the Eat Drink and Be Merry table for a Winter Holiday table our family can enjoy as we count down to Christmas

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The Christmas Cottages joined the woodland wreath for a snowy centerpiece

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On a furry table runner

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I added filament lights and more ornaments to the wreath

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We generally have to “import” snow here in Alabama

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Red sashes dress up the chairs

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I only have 2 “eat drink and be merry” plates, so I used them to keep some woodland animals warm and cozy…

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I got the dinner plates at Home Goods last fall, 4 Santas and 4 snowmen.  I call them my Vietri knock-offs~ You can see last year’s Copycat Vietri table, Old St. Nick here

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We might be ready for holiday dining, but now I better do some shopping  ^^’

for more snowy tables see

Snow Day

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Snowmen & Scarves

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Angels in the Snow

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21 Responses to “Tablescapes, Winter Holiday”
  1. So cute! I love the little gingerbread houses!

  2. So cute! I like to have the table decorated through the season as well. It is a way to enjoy the Christmas dishes without washing them everyday!

  3. mleewest says:

    Festive and beautiful!
    Mlee at Rattlebridge (not quite from WordPress, due to an ouchy learning curve).

  4. Love, Love, Love,!! Jenna, you set fabulous tables!

  5. lulu says:

    All that you do has such a wonderful sense of play.

  6. Marigene says:

    Jenna, you do the best tables! The centerpiece is so charming with gingerbread houses on each end. You always find the cutest dishes.
    Have a great week…

  7. Lynn says:

    Very pretty Jenna, I love your little camper ornament:@) I had some of those little lights… what the heck did I do with them???

  8. Mary says:

    Love your sense of whimsy and fun at the table Jenna! Such a cute assortment of ornaments too, love the truck and the camper 🙂

  9. Kim says:

    This is beautiful, Jenna! I’m salivating over those Santa plates! I wish we had a Homegoods store! They seem to have more dishes to choose from than T.J. Maxx. I know it’s the same basically, but we have very limited Christmas dishes. I enjoyed your combo table…hope you all enjoy it, too, as you celebrate Christmas. Merry, Merry!!

    • Thanks Kim, HG is just my favorite, but we have TjM and Marshalls but I never venture in there…I have to stay out of HG, they always seem to take my $$. Merry Christmas to you and your family, I know next week will be busy busy!

  10. diane1miller says:

    Jenna… I think you just might have had too much fun putting together your tablescape! I would so love to come and have a seat there. I can only imagine the delicious delights you would be serving.

    Thanks so much for sharing your creation with us at Project Inspire{d}!
    All the best for a JOYful Christmas!! [[hugs]]

  11. Emily says:

    Oh Jenna, your dining room is stunning. The table centerpiece is gorgeous, love, love, love it! Bottle brush trees get me every time and I love how you used them. You’ve done a fabulous job, certainly will be in my inspiration file for next year.
    Merry, Merry……………

  12. Diane says:

    Oh, you certainly have used “tablescaping” in this post. How beautiful everything looks and your attention to detail is wonderful! I hope that you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and a happy new year – starting with a Bama win on New Year’s Day!!

  13. First, I will gladly export all the snow you need straight from Missouri…Lee’s Summit to be exact! Although we have yet to have “a big one” this season, we know it’s coming…and we are NOT happy about that prospect!!! Worse are the ice storms we’re prone to here. That puts the whole metropolitan area on lockdown for days!!! We usually have advance notice, though, so the hardware stores are drained of all the salt and sand and shovels, and the grocery stores see a generous uptick in sales including kitty litter (for added traction) and comfort food items.

    As for your tablescape, all I can say is, like soup in winter it is Mmm, mmmm good! I love the little lights around the birchwood centerpiece! That really gives it a Christmas-y look! I really like the whole run of the centerpiece. There’s a little something for everyone to enjoy down the entire length of the table!

    Merry, merry Christmas, Jenna! I hope you have all your shopping done so that you can kick back and just enjoy now!

  14. This whole post is bootylicious!!!!! I am on the look out for trees and paper houses, hope I can find before next year. I am going back for a second look. <;)

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