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DIY Holiday Elegance with The Posh Knot Event Planning
Dec 09

DIY Holiday Elegance with The Posh Knot Event Planning

The ladies here at the Posh Knot absolutely love this time of year. There’s something magical about the holiday season. There’s no better time to dust of your china, wash off your crystal, and  pull the good linen out from the back of the closet. This year, we’re all about the bling! There’s so many great “frills” and small details that you can add to your party planning, that will take you from fine to absolutely fantastic, without breaking the bank. Here are a few of our favorite posh ideas you can use when hosting for the holidays!

Place Cards

Place cards are one feature we say is a must! It takes your holiday table to the next level and your guests feel like a special part of your gathering.  It is a sure way to impress your guests.  We just love these Martha Stewart rustic DIY place cards.

TPK Place Holders

These place cards won’t take long to make and you can get right back to the festivities! So why not pair your woodsy feature with a glam centerpiece to add a little sparkle.

Glam Centerpiece

These silver ornaments from 12th and White Home and Antique Blog will add a luxe look to your table. Add some metallics that will match your theme while throwing in some mirrored elements to tie in the twinkle of the season.

TPK Silver Ornaments 1 TPK Silver Ornaments 2

Champagne Toast with Extra Sparkle

Whichever holiday you are celebrating, it always calls for a toast.  Pop some bubbly and pour it over some cotton candy or rocks candy in a champagne flute like these featured on Style Me Pretty Living.

For more inspiration, check out The Posh Knot’s Johnique Woods segment on holiday planning or check out www.theposhknot.com.

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