Simple white holiday table. I wanted to use as much white as I could without introducing another color. A "White Christmas" theme.
Using what I have around the house, four silver reindeer with white fur collars, an abalone tree standing in "ice" glass garland and two white Orchids in white planters that I got this summer at a charity consignment shop.
Silver reindeer from Target.
For china for this table I chose white with gold trim and gold plated stainless steel flatware. Thirty-two inch lapkins are from France with my husband's initials. Flatware from Ricci of Italy in Raffaello pattern.
Antique rim soup is French Elite with monogramming done by William Lycett in Atlanta.
Dinner plate is Admiral by Coalport.
Anna Weatherley charger.
Quilted boutis tablecloth from Macy's has scalloped edge.
Stemware left to right: William Yeoward's "Pearl", Simon Pearce's "Stratton" and William Yeoward's "Gloria".
Oval back chairs from Swede Collection. Oushak rug.
If you wanted to change this table up for another dinner the following day, it would be easy to add green plates and switch out the rim soups with an antique green fish plate.
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Wednesday: Wow Us Wednesdays: http://www.savvysouthernstyle.net/
Thursday: Tablescape Thursday: http://betweennapsontheporch.net/
Friday: Show and Tell Friday: http://romantichome.blogspot.com/