Can you believe another year has flown by? I can’t! But here we are saying goodbye to one and hello to another. New Year’s Eve is pretty quiet at Rosevine Cottage, we have a nice dinner and then stay up late playing games and eating horsd’ oeuvre until midnight when we watch the music note drop in Nashville. It’s cozy and filled with laughter as we ring one year out and another in, surrounded with some of our favorite people.
However, you celebrate the New Year we thought we would share this beautiful tablescape with you. For this look, we went with silver and white and a splash of gold.
Down the center of the table we placed our white faux fur table runner, we found this one in the Christmas section at Hobby Lobby. Over it, we placed glass bottles with white candles and silver cones to give the table a touch of sparkle. In the center, we placed a gorgeous gold clock in a cliosh’.
For each place setting, we used a mixture vintage an new silver trays with vintage gold star china plates. We looked everywhere for clock plates, we saw a set we fell in love with online but could never track it down. Once we get something in our head, it’s hard to let go of it so we decided to create our own.
Originally we had planned to use fabric on a clear plate but that would make the plate unusable and that is no fun. So after picking up 6 clear glass plates at the Dollar Tree, we visited Graphic Fairy and downloaded a gorgeous clock face and hands. After printing each piece separately we cut the clock and hands out and then laminated them that way food wouldn’t ruin them and we can use them again. Next, we simply placed our clock face on top of the china plate and laid the clear plate on top.
We alternately use sparkily and silver napkin rings around the table.
How do you celebrate the new year? Tell us in the comments!
See all the behind the scenes fun over on Instagram.
The Rosevine Cottage Girls are a mother and twin-daughter team. We intercede into the lives of men and women to speak truth into their lives and remind them of their worthwhile inspiring them to try new things and embrace the mess and turn it into their message. We’ve heard so many times from people in our life that they struggled with recognizing their worth. We’re here to tell you that you are priceless, even on your messiest day, and remind you that you have an impact on the world around you.