Set Your Holiday Table with Gold

We are delighted to have Annieglass featured by Amanda Saiontz Gluck, from FashionableHostess.com. We love her style and her home is absolutely gorgeous! This blog is a repost of one of her recent blog posts featuring Annieglas. Check out her Instagram for more inspiration.

I am so excited to kick off another wonderful Holiday season with today’s gorgeous gold tablescape. A display that can last you throughout the Holidays and into the new year!

To create today’s table I partnered with the brand Annieglass. I have been a long time fan of the brand (since my wedding registry actually!!) but became more obsessed when I learned the company’s story. Sustainably handcrafted in California, a woman-run business, and celebrating 35 years of innovating the ancient art of glassmaking, it’s truly unique! And amazingly, each of the brand’s pieces are hand engraved with a studio signature AND dishwasher safe and FDA approved. Annieglass dishes and platters make for special pieces on your table or the perfect gift! So on to today’s table featuring these gorgeous pieces!!

Styled for a Holiday celebration, I let Annieglass’s pieces do all the talking. I displayed a lavish Holiday dinner on a mix of her serving platters down the center of my table. The Edgey Party Tray for Salmon topped with dill, the Edgey Trophy Bowl filled with garlic mashed potatoes, the Edgey Square Platter filled with green beans almondine, and the Edgey Pedestal Stand for dessert, mini lemon blueberry donuts.

Painted with 24k gold and platinum, each of the pieces truly shine (and makes any food – store-bought or home cooked – look lavish!). In between each of the platters I placed complimentary gold candlesticks and sprinkled a mix of gold ornaments to give it that romantic Holiday time feel.

Then how stunning are the Bali Bronze Round Plates?! The Bali Bronze 12″ Round Plates, with a satin gold and copper color design is Annie’s interpretation of the first sarong she collected, with an enlarged satin gold and copper Ikat design. The woven pattern is textured onto the glass to imitate the warp and weft of the sarong’s weaving. I placed a white linen tablecloth on the table so the print could really pop. Then I paired the plates back to gold flatware and a simple linen napkin with gold embroidery.

 

A recap of the Annieglass pieces I featured in today’s post for you to shop on her website:

 

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