Tablescape Tuesday: Puttin’ On The Glitz!

“I will sing to the Lord as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have being. May my meditation be pleasing to him, for I rejoice in the Lord.”
‭‭Psalm‬ ‭104:33-34‬ ‭

I must’ve blinked or something.  I cannot believe this year is coming to a close…didn’t it just start?!  It seems like the holidays come and go faster than ever!  Thanksgiving flew by, I just finished the dishes from Christmas dinner, and this Thursday, we say goodbye to 2015 and welcome 2016!

Since most everyone in our family is an Alabama fan, we will be tuned in to the college football play-offs on New Years Eve! Hopefully the Tide will roll to victory against Michigan State…that will be a great way to start 2016!  Even though I am not hosting on New Year’s Eve, I still wanted to share a tablescape that is a little glam and glitz! The gold and white striped candles provided the inspiration for this New Year’s Eve table! I love it when nothing is purchased, but everything on the table was in my stash of stuff! The table runner is a sparkly scarf overlaid over a gold satin folded table square. Between the layers is a strand of LED lights! There are varying heights of crystal candle stands and crystal and silver votive holders!
 The placemats have a little sparkle, with gold threads running through them…and you’ll notice gold confetti landed on the salad plates!
Antique sherbet glasses!
 A cotton napkin with a sheer overlay is cinched with a black bow tie napkin ring!The lightly flocked trees in the window make it feel like winter, even though it is 73 degrees!
 Love the sparkle and glitz!Mixing china, flatware, or stemware makes for an interesting table!  Don’t hesitate to mix whatever you have!  Three different stemware patterns are on the table!
“A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold
in a setting of silver”
Proverbs‬ ‭25‬:‭11‬
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  1. Kim says:

    I love how the tall slender tapers mimic the trees in the background. The lighting under the scarf is a wonderful effect, too! Your table is absolutely stunning!

  2. Stephanie says:

    I agree with Shirley, your tablescape is exquisite, my friend. The napkins look so pretty with the black bow and the lights down the center of the table are stunning. Everything looks delightful.

    May you and yours have a blessed New Year! I am looking forward to following you and your blog during 2016. Love and hugs!

    • Sweet Stephanie, you are truly a sweetheart! Thanks so much for all of your encouragement this year! Wishing you a wonderful 2016 as you faithfully serve the Lord with your beautiful blog! Hugs

  3. Alice says:

    New Years Eve says sparkly lights and gleaming crystal. You hit it head on. And the bow ties as napkins rings along with the confetti finish it to a tee. Keep sending out your beautiful tablescapes along with the uplifting words from Gods thoughts in the Bible. We need reminders everyday of where I hope comes from.

  4. Jann Olson says:

    This truly is a glitzy and gorgeous table perfect for ringing in the New Year! 73 degrees, wow! Happy New Year and thanks for sharing with SYC.

  5. *Sigh* the perfect New Year’s Eve table Pam, candlelight, sparkling lights and gold! We’ll be around the TV rooting for Bama too, not very glamorous but hopefully a ton of fun!! RTR! Happy New Year!

  6. Carol Cook says:

    You certainly did put on the GLITZ!

    We hosted the soup course on our lane’s progressive dinner of New Year’s Eve, but it was totally casual. Everything was mix and match, people stood around or took it outside.

    But, I do love a formal party too and love your decor.

    • Good morning, Carol! Thank you for your sweet words! I love casual, soup, and a progressive dinner! We haven’t been to one in years, but maybe I need to revive that sweet idea! I have realized that your comments have gone to spam, hopefully I have corrected that little problem! Happy New Year!

    • Pam Richardson says:

      Thanks so much for your comments on my Tablescape! It was a year of gray, but I have always loved color and it is coming back around! Blessings

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