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Visions of sugar plums Christmas tablescape

What does "visions of sugar plums danced in their heads" look like to you? I have started this tradition with my grandkids 2 years running...that I create a sugar plum breakfast for them in my dining room and they LOVE It!
Visions of sugar plums tablescape
First they get to decorate my little white tree with all kinds of bright colored ornaments I've collected through the years. You can see the tree last year HERE
Snowman Christmas tree
Then it's my turn to bring on the sugar plum fairy dust if you will. I bring out pink glittered reindeer, baubles, and shiny balls, white glittered garland and decorations of all kinds to create this fantasy of visions of sugar plums! Pictures from last year are HERE
Pink and turquoise Christmas table
I hang multi colored ornaments from my chandelier with fishing line to hover over the table.
Christmas dining table
I saved all my paper snowflakes that I cut out from last years Sugar Plum Fairy dining room and attached them to the ceiling with tape with the help of My youngest daughter Emily and our good friend Isabella!
Hanging snowflakes over dining table
I used a combination of pink and turquoise salad plates laid on top of my white dinner plates to bring in the colors of the room.
Pink glittered reindeer
All things silver with lots of glittery type decor mixed with turquoise blue and hot pink combined with hints soft pink and robins egg blue all on a canvas of a white tablecloth make for a pretty "Visions of Sugar Plums" dancing in their heads tablescape.
Christmas table sugar plum dining table
The next morning they fly down the stairs to see what gift is sitting on their plates from Grandma Ree Ree (my nickname) and Pappa
Christmas tablescape sugar plum fairy
There is nothing like creating a fantasy world for my little grandkids....I love every minute of it!
 
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8 comments:

  1. Oh my - your table is delightful and it looks like so much fun!

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    1. Thank you for your sweet compliment :) the kids had so much fun! I love to spoil them :)

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  2. what a sweet tradition, and i love how colorful it looks.
    enjoy!
    b

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    1. I am loving this tradition almost more than the grandkids!

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  3. Adorable! The kids would really love that...Christine

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  4. what a wonderful tradition! they will remember this always!
    Jenna

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  5. This is so magical. I wanna come to the Sugarplum Breakfast! laurie

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