Cozy Winter Tables for Supper Club
It’s time for our first Supper Club of 2022 and this month we are sharing 6 Winter Tablescape Ideas that are cozy and creative. They include a combination of new, vintage, thrifted and DIY projects.
Virtual Supper Club
If you are joining us for the first time, we are a group of friends who love to entertain and since entertaining in person wasn’t recommended, we started a virtual supper club in January, 2021.
Each month we choose a theme for our dinner tables, which we post the 4th Thursday of each month.
Next, we each share a recipe to complete the meal on the 4th Saturday.
In addition, each month we invite one guest to join us by setting their table and contributing a recipe as well. This month we are excited to welcome Jessica from Old Barn Company
Although the theme is the same, I love seeing each persons interpretation of the theme and how they make it fit their decor style. I know you are going to love joining us each month for our Supper Club. If you are joining me from Simply 2 Moms, welcome. I know you loved their creative winter tablescape.
Rustic Winter Tablescape
This month I wanted to create a warm and cozy but rustic winter tablescape.
I began with a thrift store table cloth as my base. I found the table cloth while out Thrifting with the Gals last month.
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DIY Winter Tablescape Centerpiece
Next, I added this rustic DIY Candle Centerpiece that was my first DIY project this year.
The multiple candles in white, taupe and copper warm up the table and create such a cozy feel.
Since the main meal this month is a soup, I add the thrifted english bowls to the table setting. They were a steal for only 50 cents each and I love their unique shape.
As a final touch I added these cute butter pats I found in Asheville, NC this past fall. You can see some similar butter pats here.
Creative Winter Tablescape Ideas
In addition to the DIY Candle Centerpiece, I added these DIY Twig Napkin Rings to the winter tablescape.
You can see how to make the napkin rings for free here and get ideas for making them for other seasonal tables as well.
For a winter table, I added a touch of faux snow and a foraged pinecone. They tuned out so cute and add a perfect rustic feel to the cozy table setting.
Creative Winter Tablescape
In addition, I used a few left over holiday pieces warm up the tablescape.
The frosted greenery spears and greenery candle rings add just a touch of winter to the tablescape.
I’ve included a step by step video of the table setting and you’ll see how I used faux cedar candle rings as a base for the centerpiece.
The glassware and the vintage cutlery are collected, thrifted finds. Many of the serving pieces are also thrifted ironstone pieces.
When choosing the napkin color, I pulled from the copper candles in the centerpiece. Since the tablescape is mostly neutral, a touch more copper was needed to add warmth to the table setting.
Ready for the Dinner Party
As the sun sinks, the DIY Candle Centerpiece provides plenty of light for our Cozy Winter Dinner Party.
Grace was painted just before our very first dinner party here at the Ponds Farmhouse.
We had just moved into the house and I had not settled on anything to grace our table.
Inspiration sparked about 24 hours before our guest arrived and she has continued to be one of my favorite paintings. Prints are available here.
See Video Tutorial
More Tablescape Inspiration
I hope you enjoyed todays Cozy Winter Tablescape Ideas.
Next up is Jessica from Old Barn Company with 5 Clever Ways to Create a Cozy Winter Dinner.
Be sure to click on each link below to see all 6 of the Creative Winter Tablescape Ideas.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I look forward to sharing my next adventure with you.