Kristin Lenz shares a creative way to entertain friends for a Christmas get together. Setting the buffet at one end of her table and the seating at the other, she creates a stunning backdrop for Holiday gathering.
I love to use my table in different ways. I often set up zones for seating and the food depending on how many people I’m serving. The tablecloth is a favorite blanket from Roughing It In Style.
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This North Star box I found this Fall at a Vintage Market was the starting point for my table. I set two trees from Hobby Lobby inside and a tin stand to hold a gold star.
My Godfather started giving me a piece of Spode Christmas china every Christmas when I was a little girl. It was the most meaningful gift and I treasure it now! I wrote a post about starting the tradition yourself and some of my favorite patterns here.
These trees in green from Hobby Lobby I used to make a centerpiece in between the three placesettings at one end of the table. Green goblets and dish towels used as napkins are from the local dollar store. The placemats are my favorite cork backed style from Pottery Barn.
This punch bowl was a fun gift from my girlfriends for my birthday a few years ago. Here’s a delicious punch to serve for your holiday entertaining.
I always love sipping Baileys in the winter. I’ll fill the bigger vintage Holly dish with ice. The plaid tray is from Hobby Lobby. The Spode paper napkins that go with my china pattern I found at TJ Maxx.
A tiered stand will hold treats.
Thanks so much for visiting! Be sure to visit the other blogs on the tour. Their links are listed at the bottom of this post. And stop back the rest of the week to see Thursday and Friday’s posts too! You will find so much inspiration!