Sunday, December 6, 2015

A Christmas Party


This is a party my daughter hosted. I love how she styled the desserts on her buffet and how her dining table reflected in the mirror in this picture. The desserts look delicious.


This is the kitchen table. Looks like roses, nandina berries, red alstroemeria, and aucuba foliage in the flower arrangement. Her container is the teapot from her husband's grandmother's silver service. I know the grandmother would be glad to know she is enjoying using it. I've always loved these glasses which add a little touch of whimsy.
The dining room table is set with her wedding china. The crystal goblets warm my heart as I remember a group of friends that gave her the lovely vintage goblets when she married. The Joy to the World napkins are lovely. I like the burlap runner and the placemats so the pretty burl pattern of her table shows. There is a brick shaped candle in the center of the table and the ornaments are copper, silver and gold that accent the flowers. In the corner of this room she has a silver tree on a round table with all those copper, silver and gold ornaments. It is stunning! 

Are you hosting any parties this Christmas? I am having one this year when I host my Sunday School class which I hope to share later. May you enjoy and cherish time with friends and family as you attend parties and celebrations and remember the real reason we celebrate. Joy to the World the LORD has come. Let earth receive her king!

Joining Michael Lee at  Foodie Friday.

13 comments:

  1. Everything is so beautiful! Happy Christmas! xx

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  2. What a beautiful setting for a Christmas party - everything looks so pretty and elegant.

    Wishing you a joyous week, sweet friend. Hugs!

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  3. Hi Bonnie,

    The Christmas party looks divine with all the delicious food.
    Also love the Christmas tea set.
    Happy week
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  4. I Love the way your daughter styled the dessert table, too, Bonnie. Both the kitchen and DR tables look so lovely. I especially love the teapot centerpiece on the kitchen table...I'm swooning!

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  5. Oh I love it all Bonnie! Your daughter done a wonderful job. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  6. I absolutely LOVE that centerpiece!
    May all the joys of the season be yours.

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  7. Hi Bonnie~~ I wanted to stop in and say Merry Christmas to you. I often think about you and trust you are doing well.
    Your daughter has done a beautiful job decorating, and how sweet that she used China from her wedding, just beautiful.
    I too loved the way the chairs looked in the mirror.

    The Lord bless you~~ Debbie

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  8. What an elegant party, Bonnie, magazine worthy. Talent runs in your family.
    Amalia
    xo

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  9. Everything looks beautiful, and yes, those desserts look soooo good. Happy New Year!

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  10. Hi ¡, i love your blog ,, you have a new follower firmó chile
    Angelica

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  11. Amy is a very talented flower arranger. Maybe, she could do a program for garden club! MM

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  12. How lovely Christmas party it was!! The decorations are eye catching. You really did wonderful work dear. At my favorite event venues Chicago we also attended Christmas party and it was also decorated amazingly. You know it was looking like Christmas celebrations in paradise!!

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