The table began with an ivory cut tablecloth, embroidered with holly.
The centerpiece consisted of a cherub holding a bowl of Leland cypress, assorted fruits, and berries. The base of the centerpiece was filled with cypress and berries. Gold glittery sticks were added to both the top and bottom for depth and sparkle. The centerpiece was placed on mirrors. Small crystal vases of red roses were placed on each side of the centerpiece, and table gems were placed on the mirrors.
On each side of the mirrors, antique crystal candlelabras were placed with gold glitter candles. The candlelabras were my grandmother's and mother's.
The place setting began with gold chargers, and Lenox Courtyard china.
At each place setting, a Heisey sherbet glass holds three types of Christmas greens--pine, cypress and holly, glitter sticks and an ornament placecard holder.
The iced beverage stem has a gold rim--I think it's Lenox (not quite sure), and the white wine glass is Gorham Crown Point. The red wine balloons were purchased at Kohl's, a few years back, but I think you can buy them now at Tuesday Morning.
Can you see the holly leaves on the red napkins? The napkin rings are Lenox and were purchased at Tuesday Morning.
Various red and gold votives were placed on the table and crystal salt cellars were used at each place setting.
A glass of cranberry champagne awaits you on the sideboard.
Sterling is Lunt.
Front cover of RSVP
Back of front cover
Enlarged copy of front cover.
Thanks for visiting today! Hope this will get you in the "mood" for a little Christmas decorating! Come back and see me, and for now I'm striving for A Perfect Setting!!