So, it only just occurred to me that I never really shared much of our Christmas last year, particularly our “traditional country christmas table”, and although it’s been over a month since, I figured why not still share. Because, this was actually my favourite table ever!
We moved into our new rental home about 10 days before Christmas and those first few weeks were so full on, unpacking and trying to regain order (which is why this post is so late!). With kids being on holidays, family visiting and being away, it’s taken us some time to get things back on track.
Nevertheless, I hope this post fills you with inspiration for your next dinner party or Christmas table!
This time, we went for a “traditional country christmas” look, with lots of touches of tartan and plaid. My mum bought most of the table decor with her from Melbourne and I just love this traditional country look!! It instantly gives me all those wonderful childhood Christmas vibes and it also worked beautifully in our new rental cottage.
We got the white hydrangeas from the garden and used faux berry wreaths underneath the vases for some pops of red.
It was such a lovely day and so nice to just eat and spend time with family. I’m excited to do it all again soon for Easter soon and will be sharing another collaboration for our Easter table. Stay tuned for that!
All the sources are linked below but if i’ve missed anything, just ask!
Tartan table runner, napkins and woven wall basket all from Pottery Barn Australia
Pine Cone beeswax Candles from Queen B Candles
White soy candles from Zoco Candles
Plaid bon bons made by my mum
Antique dining table
White wicker chairs from Cotswold Furniture