Sage + Silver Holiday Shoot

Austin American Statesman Christmas Holiday Table Setting Decor Idea Place Setting Green Sage White Silver

For our holiday inspiration shoot for the Statesman (on newsstands today!), we chose a cool palette of silver & sage inspired by the shades of a snowy winter landscape. I’m so enamored with the final look that I just might recreate it for my own Christmas this year. Ash from The Byrd Collective created our gorgeous centerpieces using garden roses, dusty miller, bay leaves and all sorts of other beautifully-textured varietals tucked into her vintage silver collection. Apothecary jars full of sparkly ornaments, etched champagne flutes and delicately wrapped gifts at each place setting finished it off. Keep reading for lots more…

Austin American Statesman Christmas Holiday Table Setting Decor Idea Place Setting Green Sage White Silver

The wrapped gifts (bearing a special ornament chosen for each guest) doubled as favors & place cards. Wrapping paper & ribbon from Paper Source.

Austin American Statesman Christmas Holiday Table Setting Decor Idea Place Setting Green Sage White Silver

I usually keep this bell jar on my living room shelf, but knew it would be perfect on the table filled with silver ball ornaments. I found these on the dollar aisle at Target!

Austin American Statesman Christmas Holiday Table Setting Decor Idea Place Setting Green Sage White Silver

Austin American Statesman Christmas Holiday Table Setting Decor Idea Place Setting Green Sage White Silver

A bottle of Veuve iced down in a modern champagne bucket never hurts.

Austin American Statesman Christmas Holiday Table Setting Decor Idea Place Setting Green Sage White Silver

We crafted these wreaths out of floral wire and boxwood clippings from the hedges in my yard; strung on silver ribbon, they add such a festive note to each chair. Austin American Statesman Christmas Holiday Table Setting Decor Idea Place Setting Green Sage White Silver

The pretty calligraphy was done by Sarah Lynton.

Austin American Statesman Christmas Holiday Table Setting Decor Idea Place Setting Green Sage White Silver

*photos: Kelly West Photo & me!

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17 Responses to “Sage + Silver Holiday Shoot”

  1. Shana

    Love it! Would love a DIY on how to do the boxwood wreaths. I am planning somethings similar for the backs of my chairs.

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    • Camille Styles

      Thanks Shana – we’ll see if we can squeeze one in before Christmas. They were really easy and turned out super pretty!

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      • Shana

        Thanks! Even a quick explanation here would be very helpful! I’m not a crafty person (although I try to be)!

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  2. Plain & Fancy Living

    Classic style. I love the clean look paired with a little sparkle. Lovely as always! Great job!

    xo
    Amy R.

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  3. Annie Hall

    Great job,so beautiful!! Looks like a White Christmas.

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  4. Silvie

    My Grandmother says she’s NOT celebrating Christmast this year if her tabñe doesn’t look exactly like this! (hope she’s kidding because I’m not sure we could make it look so impecably perfect!!)

    It really is astonishingly exquisite!

    Congratulations :)

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  5. Jenny DeMarco

    Love it! I have a question. I have seen you use that long wooden runner before. Did you make this? Can you give me some information about it…I WANT ONE!!!

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    • Camille Styles

      Yes – it’s the handiwork of Ash from The Byrd Collective. They found this great piece of wood, cut it to the right size and stained it…it works like a charm!

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  6. Tina

    I love the table and especially the wrapped gifts. Can you tell me where you found this beautiful wrapping paper?

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    • Chanel Dror

      We found it at Paper Source – it couldn’t have been more perfect! Isn’t it gorgeous?

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      • Tina

        Thank you! Found it.

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  7. deena

    love the color scheme and the blend of rustic elegance. where did you find the board that the centerpieces are on?

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  8. deena

    this is gorgeous! can you tell me about the board that holds the centerpieces? thanks!

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