Putting together a pretty holiday table setting is something I’ve always enjoyed. This year our Christmas Tablescape is done in Rose Gold and Blush. I’m loving the softer tones and they go well with my Christmas china.
I bought a rose gold tablecloth to use for Gloria’s 30 birthday party and I knew then that I wanted to use it again for Christmas. I’m using a mixture of blush and gold chargers. I bought six of the blush chargers a few years ago at Michaels. I want more of them, but apparently, they no longer have these in stock. We’re having ten people for Christmas dinner, so I used the blush chargers for the six settings on either end of the table and placed the gold ones in the middle four spots.
Our Christmas china is from Johnson Brothers. I received this as a Christmas gift the year we moved to Charleston and I’ve enjoyed using it since then.
JoAnn Fabric and Crafts had lovely rose gold floral picks this season. I love that they were on sale, plus I had an additional coupon to use for them. For the center of the table, I added some pearl bead picks to the floral ones and some swirly ribbons that I found at Walmart in the Christmas wrapping section.
I have smaller bunches of floral picks at both ends of the table.
The rose gold poinsettia blooms are my favorite floral. I made the easiest place cards for the table last year and I’m using them again this year. I found these pretty white gift tags with snowflake designs at the dollar spot at Target. Using a gold paint pen, I wrote our names on the cards and tucked a pearl floral pick into each card.
I think this is my favorite Christmas Tablescape for this table that I’ve put together. I hope our guests will find it welcoming! I’ve swapped out the large Iris Herringbone candle holders that I usually use on this table with small rose gold and blush holders. I added small berry wreaths around the holders.
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Christmas Tablescape in Rose Gold and Blush
~ From my favorite Christmas song ~
“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, let your heart be light.”