Tuesday, December 14, 2010

So this is Christmas 2010!


"So this is Christmas!", as the song goes Christmas is made up with red, green, holly, and ribbons. A good tea always warms the heart and opens us up to the spirit of Christmas, and this 222 5th teapot in the Holiday Festivities pattern holds a center place on my table.

Cupcakes covered in Christmas colors invites you to partake in this meal, with Santa watching who is naughty or nice.

The sun beams are reaching into the dining room to brighten the Christmas joy.

The red bows are tied on the centerpiece and are carried onto the Christmas chinaware.

By each dinner plate a diminutive woodland basket is adorned with holly and berries with each wearing a Poinsettia as a topper.

A red Noritake goblet stands ready to be filled with Christmas cheer.

The design of these Christmas plates included four speciality salad plates. Each one in a winter bouquet bound with red ribbon.

A view of red berries entwined with red ribbon.

Pine cones grace this salad plate.

Holly leaves with white berries adorn this salad.

A center of a Poinsettia bloom graces this fourth salad plate.

A forest of green and red trees circled with red glittered ribbon.

Tiny Christmas trees enliven the Christmas scene.

Large green snow flaked covered glass ornaments filled with green candles adorn the wooden candle stands.

Matching red glass ornaments balance the tablescape.

A green napkin wrapped in a red beaded napkin ring along with a red place mat and green handled silverware.

Santa holding his packages ready to place under the Christmas tree.

The center of the table has Christmas trees are lighted by large Christmas bulbs.

Looking across the length of the table, the entire Christmas tablescape is viewed. Another Christmas filled with love.

11 comments:

Marlis said...

Wow, I love that china!!! Your table is really pretty. I love the red trees and the center piece and the dishes and just all of it. It's wonderful.

Rita May said...

Yes! This is a Christmas table to love. Festive and fun.
Cheers!
@MAY DAYS

Alycia Nichols said...

What a sumptuous table! That teapot is so, so pretty!!! Everything looks fantastic!

Pat said...

The china is beautiful. Wonderful table!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Your entire tabletop make me very merry and bright!

Seasons greetings to you.

Tricia@The Dull and the Dutiful said...

Pam, what a stunning table! Those dishes are some of the prettiest I've seen, and I'm trying hard not to covet them! The whole placesetting is so charming!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

What a beautiful Christmas table you've set. Love those pretty dishes, I've never seen that pattern.

Mimi said...

Wow, what a beautiful table...love the salad plates, they sure make me smile.

Barbara said...

Oh, that dinnerware is SO pretty! I just love this whole table. Very festive!

Tess said...

Your Christmas dishes are just beautiful!! Your table is soooooo pretty. There is nothing like traditional red and green!!!

Entertaining Women said...

This is such a wonderful Christmas tablescape. Your china is wonderful, and your created a beautifully balanced, charming centerpiece to showcase all your marvelous Christmas appointments. Thank you for sharing your design. Merry Christmas! Cherry Kay