This winter woodland table is inspired by seasonal elements found in nature such as faux fur, deer antlers, custom plaid fabric napkins and pine cones. I love seeing traditionally holiday elements, like these, taken into the rest of the winter season. Something about it makes me want to sit down and continue on the celebration.
We wanted the table to feel fresh and elegant, while still remaining cozy for winter. To pull a theme into the table, we used an antique china dinner set with wintery scenes. The florals are a combination of the color tones & various textured foliage, some of which you can find right outside your front door! Send your guests home with homemade delicacies wrapped in burlap & string to enjoy with a warm beverage.
The idea to use belt buckles as napkin wraps is pure genius! To create your own; thrift men’s belts and cut down to about a 6 inch size. Loop the buckle and stitch the end flap down to the bottom belt.
Tablescape Design & Coordination: Carter & Cook Event Co.
Paper: Paper & ThreadFlorals: Modern Bouquet
Photography: Katie Neal Photography
Vintage Rentals: Pow Wow Vintage Rentals
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That is so beautiful and lovely photography. What do you think about antlers in a boutique?