Hello Lovelies! While I always enjoy hosting events at my house, there is no better time than the Holidays to entertain. The house just looks a little bit brighter, sparklier, and a lot greener than usual.
I look forward to my bunco night every month, it’s always a nice girls night. Since we started the group last year, I’ve of course chosen December to host making it a Christmas Bunco Party. I wanted to make it more elevated this year and special for everyone, so I set up for a sit down dinner. Since I knew I’d be working all day, I had it catered and just placed the food on pretty platters to serve it all family style. I loved the way it turned out and the family style dinner made for great conversation.
Bunco Holiday Tablescape 2015
Classic white plates you can mix for any occasion, I love mine!
2. Dessert plates–
I may have called all over the county to get these last year after Christmas so trust me when I say you should probably just buy these now. The dishes this year are slightly different but designed by the same artist and just as gorgeous!
I’m obsessed with my gold flatware, it was an early Christmas gift from my hubby. It makes Saturday morning breakfast at the coffee table feel fancy. Plus I’ve looked for years and this is an excellent price for any gold flatware.
I love World Market for napkins, you can buy these in a set of 6 for less than ten dollar which is a big win in my book!
My exact glasses were clearance out but these are a really similar style.
I love miss matching small voltives and the little candles add such pretty glow to the table in the metallic holders.
(Mine are from a few years ago from Pier one but I love these) These are a Christmas classic and are a great addition anywhere in you house for the holidays.
7. Clear jars–
(I’ve had mine for years but these are similar) Perfect for a candy bar at a kids party or to hold a mini winter scene.
8. Hurricane vases–
I have my hubby go to home depot and ask for the branches they’ve trimmed off the trees every year and use them for my tablescapes. This year I asked for extra long braces and used them to make a little bouquet of branches. I also scattered them throughout the table and sprinkled fake flake snow for an added sparkle.
Not only is this look really in, the blue color (which was perfect to match my dishes) was an excellent buy for less than $6 during a Hobby Lobby half price sale.
After eating, laughing, and chatting for a couple hours we realized we actually forgot the bunco bag. We then opted for a wild game of headbands instead and it was awesome.
I love all of these women and I’m so glad I was able to have them all into my home for such a fun night! Holiday bunco two years in a row, thats a tradition right? Do you have any fun holiday entertaining traditions? Let me know in the comments, I’m always looking for new ideas!