This year I've created a traditional Gold and White Christmas Table. This colour combination delivers a very sophisicated look but also lets you inject fun elements for the children. To create this look start with a good quality white table cloth and then add design elements in various hues of gold and different heights and sizes.
This year we created free printable blank name place tents and napkin wraps, they are available for download here.
The place settings have been created using gold chargers and gold cutlery, I've added gold bon bon's in a couple of patterns and a wonderful vintage gold christmas ornaments.
The larger elements on the Christmas table have been semetrically set to provide a more traditional look to the table. Candle sticks, deers and mini gold Christmas trees grace each end with a wonderful tall gold christmas tree as a centre piece.
Once the larger elements are in place, use tinsel and a good combination of smaller gold christmas ornaments to add texture and interest to the table. I've included gold glitter battery tea lights running through the centre of the table, these look wonderful as evening approaches.
To complement our Gold and White Christmas Table we've created printable blank name tents and napkin rings as a free download.
Use small gold baubles and wire wine glass circles to decorate your stem ware.
I really like the use of deers at Christmas time and you will usually find one of two on my Christmas table.
Run gold beaded string around the table in continuous loops to link in the place settings.
Extend the gold string to all four corners and connect gold baubles. I've used the same bauble placed at each dinner setting.
The sideboard is also very gold and white. I placed lots of gold baubles in a cake dome which has provided a lot if interest on the sideboard.