Tablescapes, Seas ‘Ns Greetings!

Have you started Christmas decorating in any way?

Christmas tray

Can you believe it’s been almost a week since Thanksgiving Day?

seas 'ns greetings signs

Santa is busy getting ready at the seashore

coastal centerpiece

There are baubles, candy canes, ornaments and more…

coastal Christmas 1

Come have a seat by the driftwood tree

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Relax in the sun with a view of the sea

seaside Santa

A rope trimmed tray anchors the holiday collection

driftwood tree centerpiece

Glitter and sparkles are piled in imperfect perfection

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A little of this, and a sprinkle of that

seaside centerpiece

And a crab that is donning a Santa Claus hat!

Santa claws

“Santa Claws” is his name,  don’t be fooled, they’re not the same!

santa plate

This Santa Claus is white, round and Jolly

Christmas tree plate

And sits on a tree plate that looks kinda like holly

seas n greetings

Santa goblets are handy,

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Nothing’s going to get sandy

seaside Santa with candy canes

I wish you Happy December

seas ns greetings 5

I hope it’s one to remember!

coastal Christmas 1

Friends, family and feasting

seas ns greetings 5

From our house to yours,  Seas ‘Ns Greetings!

 

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18 Responses to “Tablescapes, Seas ‘Ns Greetings!”
  1. The aqua and red together is amazing! Love the deck shots. Gorgeous view and color, Jenna!

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  2. Lynn says:

    Lovin’ your driftwood tree Jenna! Looks great:@)

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  3. Jenna, what’s not to love about this fun and festive setting!!! The driftwood tree sets the tone for the aqua and red, which is a combo that I love! I would love to sit and enjoy the view! Thanks for sharing your beautiful setting and the poem! Happy Wednesday! Blessings, Pam @ everydayliving.me

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  4. Mary says:

    Jenna, I love your layers of fun at your table, especially with those jolly Santa plates! The turquoise and aqua shades are the perfect for pairing with the red for your Seas’ns Greetings table! Love the crab pillow donning the Santa hat 🙂

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  5. I agree with everyone — the red and aquas are a fresh color combo that is perfect for a coastal Christmas! Happy December to you and yours!

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  6. Rosie M. says:

    Fun, fun, table! Love all the bright colors (who knew aqua and red could look so well together!) Santa Claws, indeed!! Perfect for a coastal Christmas. This setting should put a smile on everyone who sits at the table. Thanks for sharing! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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  7. Marigene says:

    Beautiful Christmas table, Jenna. I love the Santa plates, but my favorite is the driftwood tree.
    Have a great week.

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  8. Jacqueline says:

    I want to be Santa’s helper at the seashore!!! Love the red and aqua together! I saw a huge driftwood tree at Home Goods and would love it for Cabo, but could never get it there.
    The Santa plates are just adorable too! Hope the weather is lovely!

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  9. Deb C says:

    The aqua and red together is stunning! Love the deck shots and the driftwood tree. Seas ‘Ns Greetings right back at ya Jenna!

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  10. Cute, cute, cute… love it all!!! My favs are the little crab with the santa hat pillow, driftwood tree, and Seasons Greetings sign! 🙂 ~Rhonda

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  11. Sandra Garth says:

    The view is amazing and I love the coastal vibe!

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  12. Poppy says:

    Wow! What a gorgeous tablescape! I love how you mixed the aqua, red, and white colors to create a masterpiece 🙂 Loving that driftwood tree! Merry Christmas~hugs, Poppy

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  13. heatherbenton2014 says:

    How pretty! Honestly I wouldn’t know how to start decorating for the holidays in a warm environment. It’s all about warm and cozy here in Canada. But you made it look so natural – love that driftwood tree!!!

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  14. Love this and the warm weather feeling it prompts! Visiting from Christine’s Table It! link party – congrats on the feature.

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