This non-traditional Celestial Christmas table hits a romantic note in navy, gold, and moody jewel tones all under a blanket of falling stars.
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A CELESTIAL CHRISTMAS TABLE SETTING
One of my favorite Christmas songs, O Holy Night, and the celestial trend you see everywhere right now, inspired by my moody, wintery table.
It's hardly traditional, but I love the deep, unexpected jewel tones combined with a few traditional elements.
The table runner in a blue as deep as a clear night sky sets the tone for the table.
We all know I like to keep my centerpieces wild and untamed, and this one is no exception. Because my table is so long, I divided the piece up into three sections.
Ruby red poinsettias are joined by peonies, evergreens, while violet-blue speedwell adds contrast and interest.
A heralding Willow Tree Angel holds center court announcing her jubilant message.
The Table Setting
Christmas is one of the few times we pull out our good china.
The silver-rimmed china is perfect for this setting, especially topped with a celestial dessert plate decorated in silver and gold stars then topped with miniature tree toppers.
My stenciled napkins make another appearance, adding a dash of violet. Although an unusual addition, when I look to the night skies I see many colors - violet being one of them.
My favorite element of this heavenly Christmas table is the overhead mobile, with it's cascading moons and stars setting just the right tone for the table.
O hear the angel voices!
O night divine, O night when Christ was born
O night, O holy night, O night divine!
O night divine, indeed!
I hope you've enjoyed this post and that you've gathered ideas for your own Christmas table setting. Please, have a cookie on your way out!
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