WHAT'S YOUR TABLESCAPE FOR THE HOLIDAY?

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In some parts of the country, the temperature rarely gets to the freezing mark. And, while this may be great day-to-day living, it can also leave you longing for some seasonal weather. Host your own winter wonderland party using these tips for snow-and-ice-themed treats, artwork, and stylish table settings that would make Jack Frost proud.


Keep the color scheme intact with the food that you choose by opting for whites and silver or golds. Some options would include rock candy for icicles and truffles of your choice for snowballs: you can either buy some white chocolate varieties or make your own snickerdoodle truffles. And don’t forget: nonpareils are a fun and delicious way to bring a snowcapped feel to your food spread. You can keep it simple with cocktails and sweet treats or make a few warm appetizers to keep your guests warm and cozy. That's a different blog post! 

Table scapes are a beautiful way to bring in the winter and holiday cheer. You can spray paint pine cones and leaves from the outdoors, which is also a fun activity for kids. You can buy inexpensive twinkling lights to add to the ambiance. Layer your table with your china and crystal or use colorful paper goods found at party stores. Whether it's fun and simple or glamorous and glitzy, have fun with the holidays. And of course, candles add a gorgeous warm glow to the room as well.

I can't wait to decorate my dining room and kitchen for the winter holidays! What are some of your favorite ways to glam up your dining room table for your family?

 

All the Best,

Jill