Christmas is nigh and I realized that I hadn’t shared pics of the Christmas tables that were set at our churches Relief Society dinner.
It’s tradition for the women to volunteer to set a table. These were taken with my phone so some are not the greatest.
Here is the table setting I did.
I went with a bird theme. Using my vintage 50’s bubble glass goblets, a tall slender thrifted pitcher, my rustic birdcage, a ceramic game hen, and a container of bird seed nestled in my red tray with boughs and moss balls. I added a crystal garland for a little sparkle. Silly me, I didn’t even take a picture of my beautiful toile game bird plates. I gave mini white bottle brush trees and a pkt. of sunflower seeds as a take home gift.
I’m just going to show all the others with a one word comment. I’m sure I’ll have more to say at the end. lol!
Now here’s a few close-ups.
I loved them all, but I think my favorite was the Natural themed one with all of the beautiful greenery. Loved this hand knitted Nativity. The woman who made it started it last year. I love all of the details. Baby Jesus is so sweet and look at that lambs face. The fun thing is that her family puts on a live Nativity every year with real live camels. Crowds come in the 100’s.
The food was delicious and I have to show you our dessert. Gorgeous or what? Made by Nann from At Nann's Table Yup, she lives up the road from me. She gives a tutorial on her blog.http://atnannstable.blogspot.com/2011/12/day-7-twelve-days-of-christmas.html
Hope you enjoyed these as much as I did and may you sit down at a beautiful table with your family this Christmas!
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