We love holidays for the festive gatherings that make the season so special. Known for making every event a warm, thoughtful, and inviting occasion, Jenni hosted a beautifully memorable holiday dinner at her Lake Tahoe home. The table was set in soft winter neutrals with arrangements of seasonal foliage and glints of gold flatware, incorporating natural elements of the surrounding Sierras. Repurposing trimmings from the centerpiece, sprigs of pine and cinnamon sticks were tied to linen napkins with twine, making every guest’s place feel special.
Glazed ceramic plates by Heath brought a clean minimalism to the table, while elegant Canvas cutlery added an air of sophistication. Woven jute placemats anchored the tablescape, mixed with winter pears and pinecones that gave the table an effortless, organic feel. Guests were treated to take home jars of homemade caramel, commemorating the evening with a special (and delicious) touch. Remnants of the table’s setting accompanied brunch the next day, keeping the cheery festivity in the air and reminding us that it’s the little details that make shared moments so special. XXJKE
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