Today's table is for New Year's Eve (even though I still haven't posted my Christmas table), and I "shopped the house" for all the tabletop items.
This table starts with a white cloth with a silver design and a silver runner.
I normally don't do napkin folds, but I found this one on the internet, and thought it was cute. Of course, my patience is limited, and mine doesn't look exactly like the one demonstrated on line, but it will do!
Mirrored chargers are a Tuesday morning purchase, and the china is Opal Innocence by Lenox. I received two placesettings of this for Christmas, adding to the five I already had purchased from Craigslist.
For the centerpiece, I used a beautiful crystal bowl and a silver gazing ball, which reminded me of the ball that drops in Times Square. The white stuff (I have no idea what it's called) reminds me a bit of fireworks and that silly string. I found it at a local interior design store.
I used silver "disco" balls, mercury glass and silver votives, and silver beads.
One white lily in a mercury glass vase worked for each end of the table.
This was the first tablescape I've done that I've broken something in the process. The water goblets are Crown Point by Gorham. The champagne flutes are Raffaello by RCR--now I have only 5 of them.
Candleholders are Navarre by Fostoria.
Goodnight! Thanks for stopping by! I am so thankful for all the great friends I have met through my blog and I am really grateful for your kind comments!
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AND YOURS!