Christmas Tablescape

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Hello from Florida! 

We made it in last night after several delays (Houston snow). I was SO EXHAUSTED I figured I'd wait to post my Christmas tablescape today. It was Fisher's first plane ride, so I wasn't sure what to expect. He actually did amazing! Today, we are relaxing with friends and looking forward to a little adult time out on the town tonight! 

My Christmas tablescape is all set! Every year I use our vintage plateware from Kirk's grandmother. She had the ENTIRE collection, including the silverware. The look is so Christmas- I LOVE IT. Her crystal glassware is also a special little addition I add for the big holiday meals. I think family heirlooms like these are what make holidays feel so traditional and special. 

My flocked look is made up of trees I found at Homegoods. The larger tree was $30 and the two smaller ones were like $12. I find the best deals at Homegoods and Tj Maxx. I also added a flocked garland and clipped up some faux Holly berries from Hobby Lobby to add a pop of red. To fill in the gaps I added tons of candles (I am a candle whore for sure). I actually shot the whole tablescape in candlelight so show you what it will actually look like when we are ready to eat. Fake snow and tiny faux trees were all that was left to add for everything to feel complete! 

This look is so easy to replicate and you can find plenty of little trees at Homegoods, Hobby Lobby, and Tj Maxx to make your own Christmas forest on the table. I hope you and yours have a beautiful Christmas meal and if you have any questions on where I found anything from the shoot please don't hesitate to ask! I love getting your questions!

Merry Christmas!

Britny