If like me you like to mix it up with your festive decorations and use alternative colour schemes to the traditional green and red, this berry and blush festive tablescape inspiration might be right up your street.
To create a table garland I've used fresh eucalyptus and noble fir sourced from a local grower. You can create a similar look by snipping some branches off the bottom off your tree and laying them down the centre of your table overlapping them to build some height. You can layer in some faux eucalyptus
and any other wintery foliage and twigs/branches you can get your hands on.
Next, add some height by adding some candlesticks. Here I've used our antique white cast iron candlesticks for that wintery look and to pull out the crisp white of our napkins. We've added our handmade nude gold-leaf candles for some sparkle mixed with some Ester + Erik tapers.
For some colour and sparkle I've dotted in some of our baubles and Christmas tree candles in a delicate blush pink. Alternatively you can use fresh fruit (pomegranates, figs, cranberries, blackberries etc.)
For the place settings I've used our handmade stoneware dinner plates in a matte dusky pink finish. I've paired these with our salad plates in a contrasting pink reactive glaze.
I've tied our handmade linen napkins with our burgundy velvet ribbon for that rich pop of colour. We've also used our golden cutlery and vintage style cocktail glasses.
On the other place settings I've tied on one of our mini rose quartz baubles (which comes in a set of 6) to the napkin for some extra sparkle.
Happy Tablescaping + a very Merry Christmas