Pom Pom trim: A bit of pom-pom trim on a napkin is a very quick and easy way to make your table-top look festive.
Placesetting: A ginger candy, a tooth-pic and a little card stock make an easy-peasy place-setting that you can use to clean your palate after dinner
Vine, not twine: Use vine in place of twine to wrap cutlery, and other places that you’d use twine normally. The vine makes the whole table have a woodland-magical overgrown jungalicious vibe that I can’t get enough of.
Colormixing: As centerpieces I’ve used vintage Japanese fishing floats which look a lot like huge Christmas-tree ornaments–also, draping wild berries or red peppercorns with air plants around the table creates that splash of holiday color without over-doing it. Mixing a lot of solid colors together creates a feast for the eyes, and ensures a happy, bold and bright tabletop.
Gorgeous Plates and Bowls provided by R. Wood Studio Ceramics.
Photography and Styling by Justina Blakeney