So I thought I'd share some things you can do that have big impact and little money to prepare for the upcoming entertainment season.
with fresh cut black walnut chargers
I added stripes of black striped burlap webbing from burlapfabric.com
I tied the silverware up with a black toile napkin, and some springs of pine nestled in a paper cone.
The place cards are made of vintage book paper and logs. I drilled a tiny hole into small logs and inserted a twisted wire to hold the name card.
I added these paper ornaments to the back of the chairs for an extra little pop.
In the center of the table I placed glittered and paper wrapped candles on a silver tray with pine cones and logs sprinkled around about.
Another centerpiece I showed was this one made from mostly vintage Christmas balls.
An easy trick to add some interest to your food display is to add different heights.
We added a drink station for kids too.
So easy, which by the way, I need to stop saying.
Gallons of cider poured into a glass container.
Piles of country fabric.
Apples and pears galore.
A simple hand written sign.
And mason jars with brown and white striped paper straws.
The mantel needed to be spruced up a little.So I added a few things.
like these mason jars filled with green lentils.
See anything you'll try this holiday season?