I love a woodsy theme this time of year and knew I would be using these ornaments on the table instead of a tree this season.
Antlers seem to be everywhere, but I love the antique prints of these regal animals too. I have seen a few versions of these around. Mine are from a few seasons ago.
I have this cabin inspired vintage pine cone print topper that I've wanted to use, and decided to layer it on a tablescape to show it off.
The script napkins emphasize the script in the background of the ornaments, and the brown transferware seemed like a nice complement too.
I love the print that Pottery Barn is using for a few of their current products including this shopping bag and gift wrap. I asked if I could have some paper and they gave me a bit for free!
The white Rose Point embossed plates by Steubenville make a nice background. I'm also using a few Wedgewood saucers to secure and manage the ornaments too. I had no idea how tricky it would be to photograph these ornies when I started!
Love these little vintage hand painted dipping bowls.
Vintage fish knives and forks left in their tarnished state.
I wanted to feature this small moose pitcher that I discovered at a flea market a few years ago. It make me feel so British!
I'm using a ring of lichen gathered from a fall outing to bring the woods to the table.
More birds layered underneath!
Now all we need is snow!
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