A Merry and Bright Christmas Tea


Christmas is just 5 days away, can you believe it? This whole month of December we've been celebrating by baking cookies, making festive cocktails, and of course, my annual Christmas tea!

I hosted this year's Christmas tea early in the season, and it was such a fun way to kick off the festivities with friends. I would totally use this same set up for a fun Christmas or New Years Eve brunch too!

Last year I opted for a traditional red and plaid table, so this year I chose a Merry and Bright theme with pinks and blues. I love how happy and relaxed this table feels. Read on for all the details!

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I knew I was going to focus the table on light pastels, and just about jumped with glee when I found these adorable nostalgic village salad plates! I love that each plate has a different winter village scene - they are so pretty! I love how the snowflake napkin rings tie in with the plates, and also add just a bit of glam to the table.


My centerpiece was incredibly simple this year, with some bottle brush trees in different colors and  pretty candles, set on a simple pink table runner. It doesn't get much easier than that, and we've been enjoying the bottle brush trees as decoration around the living room too!


For desserts, I set up a hot cocoa bar with all the fixings, and a fun tiered tray full of various sweets! I love this 3-tier stand, because it makes every cookie whether homemade or store-bought look beautiful! It's one of my go-to dishes when I'm entertaining!



If you have any questions about anything on this table or how to host your own Christmas tea (or party of any kind), check out my 6 Tips For An Easy and Beautiful Christmas Tea, or leave a comment below!

I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season!



Kirsten Bell
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