Red and green may be the traditional colors of Christmas, but why not try something different? Blue and white are perfect for a Hanukkah meal or New Year’s Eve late night dinner as well as Christmas brunch.
Start with at pale blue snow flake table cloth. Add snowflake dinner plates and a salad plate or soup bowl in a coordinating pattern.
Keep the monochromatic scheme going with blue glasses.
The napkin is an ikat design tied with a snowflake and little ornament. I love to incorporate little gifts for my guests at the table. They can take them home as a remembrance of a lovely time.
The centerpiece has white pine and poinsettias, but giant snowflakes or paper whites would work too. Just stick with blue and white. A sparkly garland looks just as festive on the table as it would on a tree.
Enjoy your holiday by sharing your time, your table and a meal with family and friends. It doesn’t get any better than that!
“The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other.”