Here is the second of three tables designed for the festivities...

My Christmas Table...

I know Christmas has already passed, but I do believe that this option could also be suitable for other events such as a birthday or even a winter wedding.

My Christmas Table my Christmas Table 

This year I decided to adopt these colours Blue and Gold for my entire Christmas; from the tree at home, to the greeting cards produced in collaboration with Gloria of Tuscan Lab, which I told you about in the previous article My Christmas Eve Table if you haven't read it yet click (here).

Why Blue and Gold? 

This year I needed something different from traditional things, I wanted colours that would more solemnly enshrine a special year, which has been in many ways tragic but in others very 'educational'... So I chose Blue, being an aristocratic, important and elegant colour, andGold, which can never be missing on a festive table.

my Christmas Table my Christmas Table 

For My Christmas Table

I selected gold mirrored underplates to contrast with the Vista Alegre Transatlantica collection, I fell madly in love with these dishes, all taken from the Preludio rental service (here)I opted to include a Ginori straight from my larder as an underplate, and cutlery and glasses also from Preludio's collection.

The gold in the centre of the table is a creation of FlowersLiving a beautiful festoon made entirely of laurel branches painted in gold, you can't imagine the scent the table gave off... The candles I chose were petrol blue, so as to create an intimate and elegant atmosphere...

What do you think?

Let me know what event you would do with this board...

Of course, the photos are taken by our friend Lorenzo from White Box

Thank you

Preludio Rental (Mise en Place - Table and Chairs)

Flowers Living (Flowers and Accessories)

White Box (Photo and Video)

Tuscan Lab (Gretting Cards)


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