Sunday, December 10, 2017

Tis The Season for Holiday Entertaining

  I love when my friends visit.  If I know in advance that they're stopping over, I like to put together something simple to eat.  It's also a good excuse to indulge in a few sweet treats.

The pastries are store bought.  The trick is to display them nicely. 

I garnished the desserts with rosemary and sage for fresh-holiday look.

Then topped the danish with cranberries to resemble a wreath.

Mini pies wrapped with ribbon inspired by Jenny Cookies.

Wood Ellis Stand is from Magnolia.  


I refuse to spend money on expensive tablecloths.  Instead I purchased 2 yards of inexpensive fabric and made one myself.  You can also cover your table with a pretty sheet found at a thrift store.

Also if you serve your treats warm, your guests will think they're homemade!!

A pitcher full of eucalyptus to add a little color to the table.


Merry Christmas!  Thank you for stopping by today.  

6 comments:

  1. Great tips Brandi. And what a beautiful setting. Merry Christmas friend.

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  2. Gorgeous Brandi and beautiful ideas. Merry Christmas sweet friend!

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  3. Everything looks amazing. Love the idea of wrapping the pies with ribbon.

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  4. Everything looks gorgeous! Serving the store bought desserts warm is such a neat tip! And I'll have to look into purchasing fabric for my tablecloths vs buying them! That would be such a money saver. Also love how you made a wreath on the danish!

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  5. Beautiful, simply beautiful! I am thinking the drive from Alabama to Georgia is pretty easy!

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  6. I Love your setting! Very inviting.

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