Putting together a luxe looking Christmas table is all about choosing where to splurge and where to save. We are currently loving rust, pink and gold tones so used these colours as the main theme for our table.
Fresh flowers can be expensive so we stuck with greenery for our table swag which was made with fresh magnolia leaves, wired onto rope. We tried to show off the lovely rust underside of the leaves to by wireing them in upside down. For a for a pop of metallic we sprayed some of the leaves with gold spray and placed them in last. The best thing about this swag is that it will dry so you can make it before the big day and even reuse for future events
Cutlery + Crockery
The warehouse and Kmart were perfect for crockery and cutlery in these on trend tones. We used gold charger plates from the warehouse, blush placements, bowls, plates and brass toned cutlery were all from Kmart.
the linen napkins were from Wallace Cotton from a few years back but they still sell similar natural linen styles as do Father Rabbit
We bought hessian bags and kraft tags from the dollar store and filled these with Lindt balls (Splurge). The gold tree decorations came in a pack of four from the warehouse. Christmas crackers were bought at the end of last year from Farmers when they went on sale.
What kind of Christmas would it be without champagne! we splurged on the Moet and saved on the gold bucket which was also from the Warehouse.
Our centre piece was a gorgeous SOH candle ‘Collins Street’ which we sat on an old iron candle stick.
Parcels were wrapped in kraft paper and assorted twine and hessian ribbon from the dollar store. We added in gold spray painted sprigs and leaves for decoration. All the parcels were stashed in our gorgeous XL Uashmama bag from Crave home.
We hope you loved seeing how you can get a luxe look on a budget feel free to comment below or message us on instagram / facebook with any questions