HOMESPUN CHRISTMAS LINKY PARTY ~ RECIPES AND TABLESCAPES

 
 The table is set for Christmas Brunch.  It’s our very favorite meal… I think because it is such a tradition! We eat the same thing year after year! Everyone has a favorite.

 The table is set with a pinecone theme that reflects the decorations in the rest of StoneGable.

 
 
 
Lots of natural element and very earthy colors make this table relaxed and quiet. This year’s table is simple and easy!
  
  
A white tablecloth lays a snowy foundation…
  
 
Round twiggy placemats (Pier 1) are a nice compliment to the square plates. 
 
 
A trio of white and green plates (HomeGoods) are topped with a pinecone bowl (Christmas Tree Shop) and embellished with a little sprig of cedar.
  
 
 
I love the shape and detail in these sweet little bowls…
  
 
  
 
  
A glittery acorn ornament is a take-home gift and a name card all in one!
  
 
Brown and white gingham napkins (Pier 1) are caught up in a beaded napkin ring. They brings a little sparkle to the table!!!
 
  
I tucked a tiny sprig of evergreen and a pine cone under each napkin ring… 
 
 
My favorite brown ribbed stems are just the right color for the table… and perfect for Mimosas!!!
  
  
Lemon cedars and sugar pine cones run down the center of the table… 
 
  
The cedars were potted in white urns I antiqued. Look for a post about antiquing pottery after the New Year. 
 
 
 
Pinecone candles (Pottery Barn) look so real!
  
 
 
Everything is ready and waiting for our family on Christmas morning!
  
 
THE CHRISTMAS BRUNCH MENU
Christmas Casserole
Kielbasa
Smoked Salmon
Bagels
Land of Nod  Cinnamon Rolls
Pizzelles
Fruit Salad
Coffee
Mimosas 
 
 
 
Remember to pin this to your CHRISTMAS or TABLESCAPE pinterest board. You can follow me and see all the Christmas pins I’m pinning HERE
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Comments

  1. says

    Your table is elegant yet warm and homey at the same time. The brown and green are such a refreshing change from all the red and sparkle. I love that you have a traditional menu, that is so meaningful, not to mention a delicious sounding combination! Thanks for hosting and Happy Holidays,
    Jenna

  2. says

    Your table is perfection! I love the brown and especially the little touches. The fresh greenery, the napkin rings, the chargers. I think it’s all just fabulous! Thank you for joining me for this party. I thought it all turned out well and was very fun!

  3. says

    I love your pine cone theme. I don’t usually think of browns as it applies to Christmas but you do it beautifully. I love the candles and the bowls. Everything looks gorgeous. Is the recipe for the Christmas casserole posted somewhere? xo Diana

  4. says

    I adore the simplicity but BEAUTY of this table! I used pinecone candles today too!!!! I also have those same pinecone bowls:) I think I will use most of the items on your menu for our brunch too~! I am getting so excited for next week to get here and our guests to arrive!!!!!!!!!! I love the cedars along the center of the table. XO, Pinky

  5. says

    This is my favorite tablescape ever, hands-down. It’s perfection!!! I want those pinecone bowls, they’re calling my name!! You’re pretty much the greatest :)
    ~April

  6. says

    Yvonne,
    What a lovely nature inspired tablescape for Christmas Brunch!!!
    The menus sounds divinely delicious!!!
    May all your guests be blessed with the merriment of the Christmas Season!
    Thanks for hosting!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

  7. says

    wowser!…I have those brown goblets,I think I got ‘em @ JCP.Now I need those great pinecone bowls,oh wait I need for you to just pack up this entire setting and send by Santa,he can just leave under my tree.
    Yvonne your tablescape is incredible! So loving this..the photo’s are perfect.

    Jo @ LoblollyLane

  8. says

    Yvonne, your table is gorgeous!! I’m totally smitten with pinecones this year and I’m using them in everything. And your pinecone bowls are so fun!!
    Thanks for all the effort that has gone into this wonderful homespun linky party. I’ve enjoyed every stop.
    Wishing you the Merriest of Christmases!

  9. says

    Yvonne…love the beautiful natural setting of your table…the sugar cones are wonderful…and really love those “pine cone” bowls…I am so loving the more serene woodland look…a nice departure from the usual red and greens…I am preparing to go more “green” and natural next year!!..Your table is such an inspiration…Thanks for hosting Yvonne!!…

  10. says

    What a beautiful tablescape! We also have the same menu each Christmas morning, but it isn’t as elaborate as yours! Yours sounds wonderful! We have sausage pinwheels, scrambled eggs, and orange rolls!

    Thanks so much for hosting!

    Katherine

  11. says

    Yvonne, this is one of my favorite tables ever. I love the natural elements and the colors of this tablescape. I’d love to dine here on Christmas Day and enjoy that delicious brunch menu. Thanks for hosting………..Sarah

  12. says

    Holy cow…this is GORGEOUS!! I love brown and green and and a pineconeaholic….buy them constantly:) Your table settings are so beautiful! Please make a book, everyone will want it.
    I know what I am doing with my free afternoon on Sat….going through all these posts. The information and talent is astounding. Thanks Yvonne!

  13. Anonymous says

    What a beautiful table you have set for Christmas Brunch.
    Love everything about this table.

    Your menu for brunch sounds delicious. I am thinking
    of making your casserole for Christam morning at our home.

    Denise

  14. says

    Laura, I found this urn at a local greenhouse called Ken’s Gardens, in Smoketown, Pa.

    They were very white and shiny… sorta cheap looking… but the shape was great. So I antiqued them. I think they will work with all kinds of decor. Hope this helps!

  15. says

    Yvonne, you’ve created such a soothing, natural Christmas table for your guests to enjoy and feel special. Your menu sounds wonderful. Thanks for sharing your talents and inspiration.

  16. says

    Yvonne, as always you have done a beautiful, inspirational job. My favorite details are the gorgeous brown stemware, the checked napkins with the embellished napkin rings and the cute pinecone bowls which are now probably unavailable. :(. Thanks for sharing!

  17. says

    Yvonne, you’ve created such a lovely Christmas table for your family and friends. I really like the natural touches. I love the beautiful brown goblets and the pine cone candles. The urns are just perfect for the look. Thanks for sharing your talents and always inspiring us.

    Have a wonderl Christmas.

  18. says

    Hello Yvonne: What an amazingly beautiful tablescape you’ve created. I love the pinecone bowls and the brown stemware in particular, but it is all so lovely together, and your brunch menu sounds delicious. Thank you so much for hosting the party today, and I wish you a wonderful weekend!

  19. says

    Yvonne- what a great look you’ve created on your table! Love the lemon-cedars in their planters. This is a very comfortable, warm and inviting table. The pinecone candles look perfect with it! Yum on the menu too!

  20. says

    I absolutely love the pinecone theme! Such a gorgeous table setting. I’d love to have dinner with you! :)

    Thanks for hosting this fun party. I linked up my grandma’s easy cobbler recipe. Hope you’re having a great weekend!

  21. Debbie says

    Where did you get those brown goblets I love them! I have used pinecones for christmas for many years pick them up when I take the dogs for a walk. Please let me know about the glasses they would be perfect! Thank you

      • Debbie says

        Hi , I have been searching every possible website to find these glasses by any chance do you know the brand or pattern? Would you want to sell them by any chance? Can’t wait to hear from you. Thanks have a great weekend! Debbie

  22. says

    I’m new to your blog and love it. Where do you find the lovely dishes and the time?? Of course , I still work full time and have no energy to entertain!

  23. Debbie says

    Hi still searching for those brown ribbed goblets any clues on the make or pattern??? Anything at all would be helpful.
    Thank you much appreciated
    Debbie

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