Mintwood Social: A Cheerful Christmas Spread

The Holiday season is officially in full force and we could not agree more that this really is "the best time of the year!" Whether you're hosting a cocktail party for your besties or having your family over for Christmas dinner, it's always fun to have a beautifully decorated (and not overly involved or fussy) tablescape. So go ahead--pick that holly out of your neighbor's yard, add a sprig of rosemary to your napkin tie (smells great too), spray paint pinecones gold.  Nothing too fancy but it sure looks good.

Merry merry!




 Shop this look:

Ikat Holiday table runner

Celadon Pencil Lines Napkins

Tuscany Dinner Plate

Tuscany Salad Plate

Gold Marrakesh Rocks Glasses




 Shop this look:

Red Pom Pom Napkins

Gold Halo Dinner Plates

Vintage Gold 5-piece flatware 

Gold Marrakesh Rocks Glasses

Oxford Antler Candle sticks

Boxwood Wreath with Ribbon

Mintwood Social: Pass the Cranberry!

Whether you're hosting a friendsgiving throw-down with your besties, being put to the test serving your first ever turkey-day feast, or are a certified turkey roasting expert - we're sharing our tips and inspiration for creating a beautiful setting.





Friendsgiving, our favorite new holiday!

Plates: The chances that you have matching plates and silverware for the entire "listserv" of people that you've invited over are not that high, but that doesn't mean you can't have a great looking and PRACTICAL friendsgiving spread. Get a few people to bring the plates, mix them up and place them stacked at the beginning of your buffet line. It looks intentional, relaxed, and dare we say, kind of cool! 
Wine: Let's be real. Friendsgiving isn't Friendsgiving without copious amounts of wine. Are we right?
Silverware: Stack it in mason jars next to the plates. This saves space and keeps silverware organized.
It's Fall Y'all: Fancy place settings? Girl, please! Get outside and pick up some pretty fall leaves, add a name tag, and taa-dah, everyone will be super impressed by your crafty nature decor. 



A Typical Thanksgiving Feast!

This Thanksgiving table setting provides the perfect backdrop to celebrate what's really important - the friends and family around the table.

Place Settings: These DIY placemats are an easy and thoughtful way to ground each place setting. They also make a great conversation starter. What are you thankful for? Gold spray painted pumpkins are also a fun and easy way to spice up each place setting. Guests can take them home or leave them behind.
Fun Adult Beverages: Specialty cocktails are always a hit, look for something easy and seasonal that will fit in with your traditional meal.
Centerpieces: Pumpkin flower arrangements are an easy way to utilize any leftover pumpkins from Halloween! Simply scoop out the insides and use oasis to put together a fun fall arrangement.