Holiday party decorations don’t have to be complicated and expensive. I picked up my placemats, napkins and charges at a discount store. For flowers, I just bought a bouquet of small roses, baby breath, and cranberries, Fill your vases with cranberries–I like small vases for a dinner party so people can see each other…but any size vase works. Then, fill with water and add flowers. Candles are a wonderful accent so I lit small tea candles on the table to add to the festive ambience. Accents of red, gold and ivory make an elegant holiday tablescape.
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