Traditional colors set the mood for our luncheon...
It's been a year, but I'm fairly certain that it was the Williams Sonoma Holly Damask that was my inspiration for this table. The sterling flatware is Reed & Barton Grande Renaissance. The Madeira napkins were an estate sale find....very inexpensive!
This luncheon for 10 turned out to be the first of 6 opportunities to entertain during the Christmas holidays! I'm going to try to post the additional parties as quickly as possible. I'm going to lean heavily on the knowledge that there are really 12 Days of Christmas...after all I have two years worth of tablescapes to share with you. Hang on...it's going to be a holly good ride! I've added some more posts this week for Christmas, 2014. If you're interested, check out: Christmas Two Fer and Simply Plaid for Christmas
This week I'm joining:
Inspire Me Tuesday #298 @ A Stroll Through Life
Foodie Friday & Everything Else @ Rattlebridge Farm
The Scoop #203 with Debbi @ Confessions of a Plate Addict
Susan @ Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday