1. Thanksgiving White Pumpkin Tablescape

    Thanksgiving marks the start of the Holiday season, and today I wanted to share a beautiful Thanksgiving table I created that is perfect for bringing together your loved ones, featuring the Villeroy & Boch’s New Wave Collection. It’s wave-like curves and modern appearance work with any style table, and the best part… this premium porcelain is dishwasher and microwave safe, making holiday entertaining a bit less stressful.

    With a range of pieces to choose from, from plates to bowls, to platters to mugs, your table and buffet can look perfectly cohesive! I am excited to share how I mixed this beautiful dishware and an array of faux and real white pumpkins to create a tablescape that really can work all Holiday season long. I am thrilled to share a closer look at this table today!

    To create my table, I chose Villeroy & Boch New Wave Dinner Plates layered under the New Wave Pasta Bowl.Then for flatware I chose the Villeroy & Boch stainless steel New Wave Flatware for a glossy, high-end look. The set I linked to includes eight of each the following: dinner forks, knives and spoons, plus teaspoons and salad forks, and is dishwasher safe. For drinking glasses I chose two sizes of the Villeroy & Boch Boston Goblets in grey and clear; their grey color is called smoke {see a link here}.

    To create my centerpiece, I laid fresh eucalyptus branches down the center of my table and sprinkled a variety of white pumpkins on top. The larger faux pumpkins were from Target while the smaller ones are actually live pumpkins I picked up at a local pumpkin patch! For napkins I chose white Kim Seybert Linens with a delicate embroidery at the edge. And over at my buffet I hung a beautiful Grandin Road Southern Harvest Wreath above my mirror for an added Fall feel.

    I was inspired by the large New Wave Bowls to whip up a delicious healthy edamame pasta dish. For a closer look at the recipe, head to this FH post! Then for a selection of toppings I used the New Wave Dip Bowls for crushed red pepper and parmigiana. I love how these serving pieces dress up even the simplest dishes!

    I hope this tablescape has gotten you excited about the Holidays. It’s hard to believe they will be here before you know it! Wishing you and your family a wonderful start to the Holiday season!

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  2. Host Thanksgiving Dinner

    As a follow up to my garland and candle centerpiece post {see the DIY instructions here}, I wanted to share my full dining room display for Thanksgiving, which includes a beautiful buffet complete with turkey decor, wreaths, and white pumpkins. Things I am loving about this table… 1. The magnolia wreath that I suspended over the mirror, which I think is the most gorgeous place of all because of the reflection. This gold magnolia leaf wreath is from Grandin Road, which has been my go-to destination for wreaths this Fall/Winter. 2. The calligraphy candles at the front of the table, which really…

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  3. Thanksgiving to Christmas

    With Thanksgiving just a few short weeks away, I partnered with the Style Blue Print team of Nashville to create a tabletop story that will have you inspired for your Holiday entertaining. {Don’t know SBP? StyleBlueprint is a digital publication that celebrates Southern style through a focus on interiors, fashion, food, travel, local highlights and more. Their tagline is “connecting women to their community,” and they do that with helpful articles for busy women who wish to stay in-the-know.} The concept behind the shoot was that come each big holiday, especially Thanksgiving and Christmas, you love to use your most prized possessions, like…

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  4. Host Christmas Dinner

    Whether you plan to host Christmas dinner for a few friends or the whole family, there is something really nice about taking the time to put together an extra special table. There are no ground breaking details to share on mine, but I really love how little details made it come together. I went with the usual plaids, reds, and gold theme, but added funky champagne flutes filled with a pomegranate champagne cocktail from this post and then created easy DIY napkin rings. Here is what I used to pull it all together… I started with a plaid tablecloth and placed red…

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  5. Host Christmas Dinner

    Hosting a Christmas dinner party this year? If you saw this post, you learned that with a few quick swaps you can instantly transform your Thanksgiving table to Christmas! For this Christmas tabletop I chose some of the most gorgeous Christmas pieces for a huge impact, my favorites being Juliska glass trees for decor, Juliska Hurricanes for tall candles rather than floral bouquets, and a Pottery Barn faux garland which gives the table that Christmas feel, instantly. I am so in love with how cozy and elegant it turned out! Read on for what I used to create this stunning Holiday setting, I hope…

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