Dazzle dinner guests with a silver-and-sage tableau that embraces both old and new.
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Set a Southern Table
Give your table a new look for the holidays with a silver-and-sage tableau that embraces both old and new. Click through the following slides to learn how to incorporate these ideas into your holiday table setting.
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Mix Formal and Casual Pieces
Combine your wedding china with casual dinnerware, like this pewter stoneware charger and cool blue salad plate. Silver and crystal stemware add a touch of tradition.
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Create a Double-Duty Place Card
Use a whimsical print napkin and a colorful ribbon to camouflage party favors. Attach handwritten gift tags, inscribed with each guest’s monogram, to arrange seating.
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Facilitate great conversation with a game like TableTopics. Pile the cards in a pretty bowl, and pass them around to get everyone talking and laughing all through dinner.
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Arrange a Simple Centerpiece
Keep the arrangement low. Select a footed bowl, like this pewter pedestal. We used a square of florist foam to hold stems of seeded eucalyptus, silver brunia, and star of Bethlehem in place.
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Make a Champagne Bar
Set up your buffet as a help-yourself bubbly bar. Repurpose a glass punch bowl as a Champagne cooler, and set out prepoured glasses for guests to grab as they arrive.