Happy December! Hopefully you were able to get some great Christmas deals over the past few days. Now is the time to start thinking about when and how you give them.
One of my favorite Christmas events is to host a get together with my closest friends. We eat, drink cocktails, exchange gifts, and take a moment to catch-up during a very busy holiday season.
Here are a few simple, inexpensive ideas to make your holiday table extra festive. As always, my go-to tool in my craft cabinet is my Montana Gold spray paint. It really is my design game-changer.
I found these plastic pears at my local Dollar Tree and gave them a quick update to achieve a more expensive look.
I think they look best against simple boxwood greenery. Add a tag and you have a pretty personalized place card.
I also like to incorporate a small gift into my tablescape to let my friends know how much they mean to me.
This year I’m serving my Pomegranate Bourbon Martinis, always a hit and a beautiful presentation.
Montana Gold Spray Paint
Plastic pears – Dollar Tree
Gift boxes, tags, and ribbon – Michael’s
Napkins – Pomegranate, Inc. (Two years ago)
China – Royal Crown Derby Blue Mikado
Boxwood wreaths – Flora Decor (Amazon)
Martini glasses – TJ Maxx
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Beautiful!! Love the cocktail as well. Yummy