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Trending: The Holiday Table

‘Tis the season for entertaining family and friends, and ‘entertaining’ always includes eating. Let’s face it, holiday parties are all about the food. There’s nothing like gathering around a table for a festive meal with loved ones. Such a joyous time calls for something else special: dressing your table in holiday attire, too. Here are a few inspiring ideas.

[rustic charm]
This Thanksgiving table just screams fall with a pile of velvet pumpkins and harvest table settings. All from Christopher’s in Kirkwood. (Photo: Bill Barrett)

[winter wine]
Throw an intimate holiday dinner party focused on wine pairings. Here wedding consultant Shayna Laiderman paired jewel-toned goblets and warm table settings from Pier One with bright arrangements from Artistry Florist and Event Design. A chalkboard lists the wine selections. (Photo: L Photographie)

[charge it]
Chargers placed under china create a more finished and festive look. These 13-inch silver bead chargers from Pottery Barn provide a bit of sparkle and drama that can work for both formal and casual dinner parties. (Photo: Pottery Barn)

[thanksgiving elegance]
Go beyond the cornucopia with a custom-made centerpiece that will warm your home all season long. This permanent arrangement was crafted by Patti Porter of Rusted Chandelier. (Photo: Bill Barrett)

[pretty in pink]
Lighten up Christmas with pink, instead of red, mixed with pale green. Tina Barrera of The Special Event Florist used a custom ribbon runner, silver mercury glass, and bouquets of hot princess roses, primula, dusty miller and sprigs of evergreen tucked into the napkins. (Photo: Tina Barrera)

[modern hanukkah]
Inject some style into your Festival of Lights. Crate & Barrel offers fun and festive settings with C&B’s ‘Candles’ table runner, Hanukkah plates and platter, and menorah napkins and napkin rings. (Photo: Crate & Barrel)

Featured image by Bill Barrett

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