Winter White Dinner Party


I am seriously in love with this Winter White Holiday Table I created for my Holiday Blogger party last week! You guys know I tend to start my tablescapes with a white or ivory tablecloth as my base, but after finding this Mode Living grey floral print, I knew it would be the perfect contrast to arrangements of winter white flowers and white china! I am so excited to share how I put this table together, but even more excited about how versatile this table can be for any upcoming Holidays and well into the New Year.


I started by placing this gorgeous table cloth by Mode Living, the Aspen print, on my table. I have featured their tablecloths on so many of my tables because while beautiful, just as importantly, they are stain-resistant!! They are specially coated to prevent wine and other liquid stains, so if red wine spills, rather than soaking into the tablecloth, the wine beads up and you can just wipe away… it’s like magic. Also, they are machine-washable, and all the while, feel like normal cotton. I just loved this print and the matching napkins, so I chose that as my base which I think makes the room a bit more elegant than white for the Holidays.

For dishes I went with the Villeroy & Boch La Classica Contura Collection, which is white china with an elegant silver detailed rim. I have been doing a ton of golds so I wanted to stick to silver which I did with my silverware, and then continued into my centerpieces, which are my favorite new candlesticks from Frontgate. I bought two sets {three come in a set!} of the Mercury Glass Pillar Candles, which I placed on both ends of the table. The flowers, which are just beyond, were made by the incredibly talented local Miami event company N Events. I wanted winter white and they created these magical arrangements of berries that are called brunia, and an array of white flowers, peonies, ranunculus, and garden roses, and then eucalyptus and dusty miller for the hint of greenery. We placed a giant arrangement in the center of the table and then placed smaller ones throughout.


Over on my buffet I create a festive winter display for guests to admire during the meal. The lush snow frosted garland is from Grandin Road, made of faux spruce tips, long needle pine twigs, and pinecones, with battery operated mini white lights. The antler stands on either end were a Home Goods find {similar}, which I topped with mini faux pine trees from Michael’s and candles from PCB Home. Right in front I placed a few Simon Pearce glass Christmas trees… they are such timeless pieces, and make for an amazing gift idea.

If you are in Holiday planning mode and want more inspiration, be sure to check out my Holiday Entertaining section for my tablescapes and party ideas, as well as my Holiday Decor section for ideas for decorating your home! Happy Holidays!


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Photography by Yesi of Simply Lively

Thank you to Mode Living for sponsoring this post.