14 Dec

white, black and gold invitation suite

Ready to hear this? The countdown to Christmas Day is 11 days! Unbelievable, we know. That’s why we’re going to keep the holiday inspiration coming. And thanks to Jennifer Laura Design and her passion to want to create a Christmas tablescape that wasn’t done in the traditional red and green, we have this gold beauty filled with hand dyed napkins, gold dipped feathers, faux leather cord wrapped ghost chairs, metallic paper trees and pretty paper goods by Mae Mae Paperie to share with you.

streamer wrapped chairs and fringed Christmas tree centerpieces

gold glitter snowflake plate decor

fringe christmas tree holiday inspiration

gold, silver and pink table decor

silver fringe christmas tree

gold glitter-tipped feathers

cinnamon sprinkled milk

silver and gold fringe christmas tree

And those super cute metallic paper trees? Jennifer was kind enough to put together a DIY post on her blog to show you how to make them! Check it out here.

gold glitter snowflakes and faux fur bar setting

gold glitter snowflakes

holiday cocktail table

Happy Friday!

Design: Jennifer Laura Design / Styling: Jennifer Laura Design + Emily Kiel / Photographer: Emily Kiel / Invitations: Mae Mae Paperie / Rentals: Monrreal & Co.

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Comments

  1. We were looking for contemporary starfish type concept and the craft on top of those glasses a beautiful. Great idea!

  2. Love these images, thanks for sharing :)

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  6. I love the glitter feathers. I need to try this!

  7. This is gorgeous!! Where did you find the gold stars for the plates and glasses? So pretty!!

  8. Gorgeous images! Love the combination of gold and silver.

  9. @Lauren They were actually Christmas ornaments I found at a craft store and just cut the string off!

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