I'm a little late posting this but since its still the first month of the year, I'm going to reveal the New Year's Eve Tablescape I created for 2011.
A trend I have seen lately is the mixing of gold and silver and I went with that look for this celebratory dinner.
The centerpiece is a large glass vase filled with faux ice chips, "disco ball" ornaments and a white pillar candle.
This was surrounded by gold and silver picks and flanked by two silver candle holders placed on a mirror.
Each place setting was decorated with a party hat and horn. The men guests got this type of hat while....
...the women got to wear various tiara type adornments.
The trio of pillars add a gentle glow to the table.
Star shaped tealight holders placed on the mirror add to the festive atmosphere.
Yep, that's snow outside the window. It is very high now that Mr. Delight has shoveled the roof after our last big dump. It is kind of like living in an igloo!
Love these glittery ornaments that reflect the light.
These silver candle holders add more shine to the tablescape.
Of course, New Year's is very much part of the Christmas season in our house and the tree makes a pretty backdrop.
I used my white, gold rimmed dishes (had for many years now) on silver chargers.
White placemats and black napkins were alternated at each place setting.
The mirror runner is an ordinary dressing mirror that usually hangs in our spare room.
Bring out the champagne! Its time to celebrate!
Looking forward to all that 2011 has to offer!
Thanks for bearing with me for this photo intensive post!
I am linking to Table Top Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life and Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch. Be sure to visit Marty and Susan and the others linked to these great blogs!