Tablescape Tuesday – Nativity   27 comments

Merry Christmas everyone!  Today I would like to share my Nativity tablescape with you. 

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When our family gets together at Christmas Eve,  we read the Christmas story from Luke 2 in the Bible.  That reading is the inspiration for this tablescape.  

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The nativity set is a Lenox look alike that I received as a Christmas present from my work about 20 years ago. The black “table cloth” is actually a long piece of black tulle I am borrowing from my sister that I folded together to make a table cloth.  I have a white table cloth underneath to soften the black tone.  I purchased the dessert plates at Fred Meyer.  The white plates are Wedgewood that I picked up at Goodwill for a song of a deal.  I bought the candle wreaths at Michaels and the wine glasses were a wedding gift.

MAY YOU ALL BE TRULY BLESSED THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON!

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Posted December 22, 2008 by Lana G! in Christmas, Photo, Table Decorating, Tablescape Tuesday

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  1. Oh so lovely! I really like the candles at each place setting…
    Nice black tulle :0)
    Love the gold, black and white!!

  2. Absolutely beautiful. Love the nativity. Merry Christmas!

  3. I was hoping to see a nativity tablescape today, and here it is–I love it. Your dishes are gorgeous! And the votives add so much charm.
    Merry Christmas,
    Gollum

  4. Oh,it’s so very lovely! I love the Nativity Scene. It’s fantastic how well the black looks underneath the golds and whites. Merry Christmas! Deb

  5. This looks beautiful, simply elegant;) French

  6. This is one of the prettiest Christmas tables I’ve seen…just to die for!
    Thanks for joining in to show us these lovely things…
    MERRY CHRISTMAS, bj

  7. This is breath taking beautiful! I love it. laurie

  8. I love this! When those wonderful plates rolled up on my screen, I nearly went through the screen after them! Oh, how I love them and their swirly letters! And your nativity centerpiece is wonderful, too! Great post!

    XO,

    Sheila 🙂

  9. This is spectacular! I love those little candle votives, and the plates, too! Great job!

  10. Your table is beautiful. It is very rich looking! I really like how it isn’t over crowded. Good idea! I also love your photos. They are very clear and easy to see!
    ~Liz

  11. WELL,IF THERE WERE A WINNER TODAY.YOU WOULD BE IT.SO ORIGINAL.THAT NATIVITY IS AWESOME.AND I LOVE THE ANGEL ON TOP OF THE CLOCHE…ANN

  12. What a great nativity! Loved your table…it’s sooo stylish!

  13. This is just beautiful! I love the china and the Nativity in the middle just sets this table off!! Kristen

  14. Lovely….casual elegance!
    Merry Christmas!

  15. love the dishes—MERRY CHRISTMAS

  16. GORGEOUS!!!

    Have a Merry Christmas!

  17. ~Beautiful, elegant and so gorgeous. 🙂

  18. A gorgeous table. Love the Nativity as the focal point.
    Merry Christmas,
    Shelia 😉

  19. Simple gorgeous table! Very welcoming!!

  20. This is so beautiful!

    Merry Christmas!

  21. I love the use of the Nativity as a centerpiece…it is right where it should be!
    Merry Christmas!

  22. What a beautiful table. I especially like the nativity is your centerpiece..
    From our home to yours, Happy Holidays, hugs ~lynne~

  23. This is beautiful…of course, the nativity is just perfect…it all looks so elegant for a lovely Christmas dinner. Thanks for this beautiful tablescape this Tablescape Tuesday! Susan

  24. I love the inspiration for your tablescape! It is so elegant and beautifully reflects the important thing to celebrate at Christmas. I love how the gold chargers pick up the gold scroll-like words of the china.
    thanks for sharing!

  25. Wow, I love the contemporary elegance of this, beautiful! Love those ribbon plates!
    Linda

  26. I love a tablescape with the nativity as the focus. I want to do this as well. Your table is set in an elegant style and I just love it! Thank you for sharing and remembering the reason for the season!

  27. I love those Fred Meyer plates – they are awesome. I wish we had one of those here on the East Coast! A beautiful table & the nativity is gorgeous as a centerpiece!

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