Holiday Brunch [Dinnerware]


This tablescape is teemed with snowy elements for Christmas entertaining be it a traditional or woodland theme. I have plenty of inspiration to get you started with planning, and embracing the season of Advent.  

Countryside meets holiday glam? Let’s go with that! My theme this year unites traditional Christmas aesthetics with a modern twist. However, the latter would be in my décor accents and intricate details for the guests.  

First things first, can we talk about how adorable the holiday camper is though? This isn’t the type of item that I would necessarily select at first but there was something so nostalgic that reminded me of a good camping trip. Although I am not going on a winter journey in the forest, I did like this item for the theme.  

It is pure genius for two reasons; you can enjoy the caravan/camper theme without getting cold, and it’s shockingly a space-saving centrepiece that you needn’t decorate at all. This literally comes with merry and bright holiday cheer — it is an all-in-one table adornment. If you are the type of person who likes to decorate with one festive item a season or merely anything very easy to spruce up the home, this is sort of a ‘lay it on the table’ and ‘easy as 1, 2, 3’ type of piece.  

I am properly shocked at this Christmas stoneware collection. Although I did try my best to capture the pure essence of how stunning it really is; the photos do not do it justice, my lovelies. The picturesque snowy images may, in fact give you a little excitement for what is to come – if you don’t live in an area where snow is likely to powder the streets, perhaps I should say be grateful you’re indoors and not driving in it. Enjoy the featured dinnerware here instead. 

The bowls alone are wonderfully equipped for a wintry gruel or whatever morning fix strikes your fancy. Each dinner plate has a different yuletide scenic print to help get you in the festive spirit, rightly. 

And, if you are dining with this stoneware, chances are you’re likely to want the addition of holly or a boxwood garland somewhere throughout your décor.  

Don’t worry, I have made a quick and easy DIY wreath that will check that box. The DIY is not fussy at all, and creating this wreath using my wraparound and twisting method (of holly garland) will have you ready for guests in no time! Use my DIY eucalyptus garland for additional greenery.

I hope you are inspired by this post for the holiday season! Wishing you a warm, happy and marvellous Christmas!

What do you think of this Christmas theme and table décor? What are your plans? 

The goods: Stoneware Snowy dinnerware, Camper, Courtesy of Cracker Barrel, a FASHION TALES blog media partner. Shop Cracker Barrel collection here. Silver Candelabra-(Buy it), Silver leaf place cardholders (Buy it), Floral Hoops (Buy it). View the CB seasonal collection here. This is part of a Christmas holiday editorial via Cracker Barrel. *All content and opinions are honestly expressed. View privacy policy here. 

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