Sunday, December 28, 2014

Christmas Eve Dinner Table

 I hope you all had a Blessed and enjoyable Christmas. We had a Christmas party early, on the 19th because some of my friends were working on Christmas and some went on a skiing trip. So, for Christmas eve, John, I and Debjani, a friend visiting from New York had a nice quiet dinner for 3.
 
I set the table using my black and platinum Biltmore in "Holland Platinum" pattern. I thought the medallion in the center mimics that of a snowflake.


Doesn't the snowflakes on the coconut cupcakes match the medallion on the plates?
Keeping up with the silvery motif, I used my faux diamond and silver napkin rings and pewter flatware. I should have used silver flatware but I was lazy to dig them out and these were already in the kitchen.
 
I was so glad to have these napkin, I really like them and they wash and dry very well and they look elegant on the table.

No tablecloth necessary. I just started with a sequined placemat, followed by a fluted silver plate charger, then the Biltmore "Holland Platinum" dinner and salad plates.
I  cut some holly berries from outside, gathered a few silver balls and with 2 tapered candles and my cupcakes, I had a festive centerpiece.


I used black goblets and clear crystal stems.



Hope you enjoyed our simple table. Now, it is time to prepare for the New Year. If you are traveling, stay safe. I hope the new year brings everybody and our families, more blessings, happiness, peace, love and health.
 
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20 comments:

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Lovely and elegant table for three. I love the silver touches. The cupacakes are adorable and I love those napkin rings!
We spent C'mas Eve at my mom's, so I have no table. We were 10 and some greatgrand kids of hers.
Happy new year ahead my friend.
FABBY

Marigene said...

Beautiful china always makes for a beautiful table...in this case it is not only beautiful, it's very elegant!
Wishing you a Happy New Year and looking forward to seeing more of your tables in 2015.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

This is a stunning table, Christine! I find it simply elegant as opposed to simple. GORGEOUS.

You always set a lovely table, and I love to see which china you use.

xoxox

Sheila :-)

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

BEAUTIFUL Christine!! You have the most beautiful dishes!

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Oh my. This is a truly stunning and beautiful table. The colors and china make it all very chic and elegant.

Wishing you and your family a blessed 2015.

Janet

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Christine, you always set a beautiful table. The medallion does work well as a snowflake. Wishing you and your family a healthy and happy 2015.

Christine Graves said...

Love the silvery tones you used. Beautiful table!

Happy New Year and I look forward to seeing more of your tablescaping talent in 2015.
Xo,
Christine

Linda said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Happy New Year. :)

Crystal Grandeur said...

Beautiful table Christine. Very colourful. Wonderful to see you are having great time of the season. Happy New Year to You and to your family.Love sujatha:)

Creations By Cindy said...

I love it all as always! Happy New Year! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

The French Hutch said...

Hi Christine,
Love the silver and what you did as a centerpiece. The holly mini’s are beautiful.
Hope this finds you and your family doing we’ll and wishing you and yours a wonderful healthy and Happy New Year.
Hugs.............

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Christine,

Dropping back by to wish you a Happy New Year!

Every time I look at this, I see something else to admire. It really is gorgeous!

I hope you will drop by and enter my giveaway. It is a fun tablescaping book, and even if you have one, you could give the other as a gift if you win!

Will try to catch up via email soon.

Love you,

Sheila :-)

tablescapesbybev.com said...

Love the simple yet elegant table. The cupcakes are a perfect centerpiece. Love the pewter!

Parsimonious Perfection said...

Those plates are fantastic!! Really gorge. I may have to try to find those, beautiful with your pewter! Thanks for sharing!

Linda said...

I loved this! I don;t think I have seen the Biltmore pattern before; so pretty. Visiting from Kathy's Home & Garden Thursday. Happy New Year! Linda @
bushelandapickle.com

Linda said...

I loved this! I don;t think I have seen the Biltmore pattern before; so pretty. Visiting from Kathy's Home & Garden Thursday. Happy New Year! Linda @
bushelandapickle.com

Lady of the Manor said...

Your table is stunning!! Those plates are absolutely gorgeous and those cupcakes look Delicious! You always set such lovely tables, Christine!

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Such a beautiful table setting, I love your dishes! Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY...
Blessings,
Cindy

Chubby Chieque said...

With or without tablecloth, your table is always Fabulous.

Hmmm... coco cupcakes? I never tried it?
Is the coconut fresh? It really is intruiging.

Hope you had a blessed NY with your lovelies and more blessings to come, good health and long healthy life.

Btw, when are you visiting in Budapest. I will be visiting the city the end of January. Hope to see you there :-)

Hugs,
/CC

Lori @ Dining Delight said...

Happy New Year! Those dishes are gorgeous and the center design does look like a snowflake and matches your cupcake accents perfectly! The ruffle-edged chargers add to the elegance of each place setting.

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