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We’re in week two of the Holiday Table Blog Hop hosted by One O. This week I bring you the beautiful table design by Elizabeth of Within the Grove.

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This design is cozy and festive! Here’s what Elizabeth says about her setup:

My holiday table setup was inspired by modern and traditional design while adding a touch of fun. I wanted a very clean, refreshing look with pops of color and something my guests would truly enjoy. Mixing in my love of hand-lettering and painting throughout the table, I don’t know if I will want to put any of this away at the end of the holiday season!

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I hope you enjoyed the overall design of my holiday table where traditional décor meets modern design. This was truly a fun table to create and hopefully inspires you to create a holiday table you won’t forget!  I can’t wait to see what you create and design for your holiday table! Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram, @WithintheGrove, with your holiday table!

Have a great holiday season! -Elizabeth

Details on how to get this look:

|| Table Runner: The back of wrapping paper with quotes written with a black marker.

|| Placemats: Gold glitter wrapping paper from Target.

|| Chargers: Found these in the Target One Spot. The words were written with a white paint marker.

|| Plates are from Target also!

|| Wooden Utensils: Purchased on Etsy and applied the glitter and paint myself for a custom holiday design.

|| Abstract Canvases: Get messy and creative for these! There’s no such thing as messing up. Paint your abstract design and allow it to dry. Using a paint pen, write your holiday wording on top of the abstract design.

|| Glasses and Mercury Gold Votives: Target One Spot

|| Vases and Candlesticks: Found at a local thrift store.

|| Napkins: I sewed the napkins myself and found the fabric at my local Jo-Anns. 

Enjoy!

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