Dreaming of a white Christmas

Merry Christmas to you. I am so glad to finally share my third holiday shoot, done all in white with a festive metallic touch. A Christmas morning brunch filled with little doughnut ornaments, scrumptious macaroons and pretty pears hand-stamped for the celebration! A perfect note to end our wonderful holiday season together…

The table dressed in wrapping paper sets a festive display. Paint transforms woodland creatures white and pretty hanging wreaths are turned a metallic silver, giving them a special mystique that could carry on throughout the entire season.

The cinnamon rolls adorned themselves with flags and little bags of granola were buttoned and sealed for the occasion. The plates were gussied up for the holiday when rolled in baking glitter and stacked neatly together.

This shoot turned into one of my favorite tabletops of the year. You can see it featured here and see more photos here. I am off for the weekend to celebrate with and enjoy my loved ones. Hoping for a Christmas that is white and filled with pretty festive moments to spare. May you have a very Merry Christmas as well!

Photography of my design by Carly Taylor

PS. I am taking the next week off to enjoy the holiday but will be posting a daily recap of the year- my favorite photos, projects and ideas from 2010. It has been a very great year, thanks for being a part of it!


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  2. This is simply stunning…adore the stamped pears and all the lovely holiday touches. Hope your Christmas and New Years are full of joy! xoxo

  3. Superkitina says:

    Amazing! Love the color scheme and beautiful details!

  4. Stephanie says:

    Victoria, this looks wonderful. Enjoy your break and I look forward to seeing what you get up to in 2011. Here’s to an exciting new decade – Stephie x

  5. Jenny May says:

    Your blog is all kinds of lovely!

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  9. So sweet! I love everything but the white deer is my fav!

    Love and all the best