winter tablescapes.

We will call these winter but they also work for holidays! As usual I sourced what I had and added some fun holiday greens. For these, per my aesthetic and what I had, I kept the color palettes neutral but both of them could work easily with a pop of red or blue for the holiday season. 

Moody Greens 

Have I mentioned that I love these black plates? Cause I really do. These Target plates have served well over and over for me for various events, dinners and my shoots. Oh and that gold silverware

Add a grey napkin and some vintage glassware to complete this moody look (similar here). 


White Christmas 

This one I broke out my china for! Truth be told Patrick and I didn’t even register for china and we just took my parents china so it’s a little off white (those that know me know that off white is not a color I want in my life but oh well). I wanted to pair this with my vintage silverware (similar here) but gold it was, and a vintage glass (similar here) - clean, crisp and neutral! 


For styling greens I highly recommend mixing cedar, fir, and evergreen, and layering them all to create a fuller, garland look. Or just using cedar and adding some votives for a more minimal aesthetic! 

Happy holiday entertaining!