Hello Dear Readers!
Are you dreaming of a White Christmas?
We had an early for us snow event a week ago.
It doesn’t usually snow this early in the season. It was a bit of an inconvenience but pretty!
Today, I join the wonderful and talented ladies Lidy, and Mary of Monday Morning Blooms
to bring you some beautiful floral inspiration.
I want to thank you all for entering our Lynch Creek Farm giveaway
and congrats to all of the winners!
Lidy’s and Mary’s most elegant images with their links are at the end of the post.
A last but certainly not least sort of thing!!!
Our common theme this week is “White Christmas”
Be sure to visit their exquisite arrangements that will KNOCK YOUR MITTENS OFF!!!
Unfortunately, Yvonne and Pam were unable to join us today; however, they will be
back for Monday Morning Blooms on January 7th. One not to miss.
Hope you enjoy my White Christmas Centerpiece – Monday Morning Blooms.
I love collecting vintage ironstone, especially tureens.
I have quite a few that do not have their lids,
so they are perfect for displaying pretties, plants and housing a flower arrangement.
I will be entertaining a Christmas Eve dinner here for family
so this arrangement will be relocated and smaller individual arrangements
will be placed at each setting for their parting gift in addition to other goodies and gifts.
The flowers I used today are:
One Lily stem
The dining room truly is simply decorated for Christmas.
The table centerpiece started with a pretty gray wool blend beaded and embroidered
table runner by Nicole Miller (HomeGoods).
I gathered my winter birds that I have used for many years
along with a pair of acrylic deer, that were also in my Christmas decor stash.
The White Christmas arrangement was placed on a silver trophy platter
of faux snow (Dept. 56) and mini white ornaments.
When we were traveling for a tournament and stopped in for breakfast at Cracker Barrel,
my friend Merry and I saw these pretty lighted deer and we bought the last two sets that they had!
The lights are battery operated so they could be placed anywhere.
I thought hmmm, maybe in a tree for next year!
The dining room will be changing a bit soon …. so stay tuned 🙂
Hope you all had a great weekend doing wonderful things all about the Holidays.
And speaking about wonderful . . . please stop in and see more
White Christmas Arrangements inspiration for your home for the Holidays shown below.
The great thing about the look of a “White Christmas” arrangement
is that it can also work very well in the Winter months.
I wish you all a most Beautiful and Merry Day!!!