As we venture into the throes of the holiday madness, we all crave simple ways that we can ease stress and eliminate items on the to-do list. Today, we’ve got you covered … at least when it comes to your seasonal table settings. We teamed up with entertaining expert Amanda Gluck, of the popular blog FashionableHostess.com, to show you how simple it can be to take your holiday table from Thanksgiving to Christmas. She scouted some fun seasonal finds in Nashville, TN from Epergne and Corzine & Co., to show you what we mean. Simple swaps like napkins and place cards make a huge difference. Take a look below, and then check out the quick video at the end and watch how it all came together, with a few added tips along the way. You can do this!
*We have a complete list of resources at the bottom of today’s article. If you are reading from Nashville, we have a Nashville specific set of resources available in StyleBlueprint Nashville’s daily article, found here.
Let’s get a side-by-side view of these subtle changes that make a big difference:
HOLIDAY TABLE SETTING MADE EASY
We certainly hope you are inspired to creatively make your tableware work for a variety of holidays, while accessorizing your table, with a few simple tweaks, for the holiday at hand!
For the Thanksgiving table, add the following:
For the Christmas table, add the following:
14 Southern stores to check out that carry many of the great products featured today:
Table Matters in Birmingham, AL • Bromberg’s in Birmingham, AL • Erika Read in Atlanta, GA • Mercantile in Louisville, KY • B.D. Jeffries in Charlotte, NC • Quintessentials in Raleigh, NC • Reed’s in Tupelo, MS • Revival at Warehouse Row in Chattanooga, TN • The Registry in Franklin, TN • Epergne in Nashville, TN • Corzine & Co. in Nashville, TN • Babcock Gifts in Memphis, TN • Social in Memphis, TN • Fraiche in Richmond, VA • Ann Sandra in Annandale, VA
Now we know you want to see even more fabulous tablescape options, right? Check out www.fashionablehostess.com and look to your heart’s content! Thanks, Amanda for all the fun ideas!