My Christmas Table with VIETRI

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Happy Friday! A few weeks ago I shared my Thanksgiving table (see post here) and today I’m back to share part two of this series: my table all decorated and ready for Christmas!

I cannot believe it’s already been over two weeks since Thanksgiving and there are only 18 days until Christmas. The holiday season is flying by! I was out of town for Thanksgiving and came home just in time to pack up and leave town again for NYC, so I came home to my apartment on Sunday lacking lots of Christmas cheer.

After being in NYC with lights and bows and trees around every corner, I was determined to bring a touch of that Christmas magic into my apartment this week. One of the first things I set out to do was arrange flowers and decorate my table. My table setting set the mood for my whole apartment as I continued to decorate just about every inch of my space.

I set my table with all my prettiest dinnerware, glassware, and vases from VIETRI: these dinner plates, these glasses, this flatware set, this large vase, this small fluted vase, and this small lace vase. These lace plates are probably my very favorite piece because the detailed scalloped trim makes them such a standout piece.

To bring some life and color to my table, I picked up a bundle of mixed greens and few branches of berries from our local flower shop to fill this large vase. It was such an easy arrangement to throw together, and I love the Christmas feel it brought to my table and my apartment. I love that this VIETRI vase makes almost any arrangement or mix of florals twice as pretty. To bring a touch of pink to my table, I placed a few blush roses in this VIETRI vase and this VIETRI vase.

To finish my table off, I cut a few pieces of Fraser fir off my garland and tied them around the napkins with a pink bow. I used the same pink ribbon to tie boxwood wreaths around my chairs to bring even more color and life to my dining area!

How are you decorating your table for Christmas?! Let me know if you would like to see more tableware/ table setting posts as we move into the new year!