We never forget our wedding anniversary because we married on New Year's Eve. This year we celebrated our 16th with our fun group of friends and family.
I started the table with an almost floor length tablecloth. It was the largest I could buy from LinenTablecloth.com. I consulted with Alycia Nichols from Table Twentyone and she assured me it would be OK.
Placemats - Home Goods
Chargers - Queen of Hearts, Atlanta
Flatware - Rogers
Plates - Homer Laughlin
Name Cards - stolen from the Scott's Christmas party! You can see it HERE
I originally planned to put a clock on each plate, but when I decided to do the bow tie napkins in the center, it was too busy so I put all the clocks together in the center. I sprayed magnolia cuttings from the tree in our front yard.
Vintage brass candlesticks with a golden globe from Ross.
Forgive the kitchen mats in the dining room; the housekeeper was mopping in the kitchen and I didn't look down to see them before I snapped this shot.
Every year in the past, after drinks and appetizers, we are always too full for the meal, so this year we decided to just have appetizers, salad, and dessert. I think a new tradition has been born. It was the most stress free celebration ever.
Blue Cheese Olives
Decadent Mexican Dip with Chips
Smoked Salmon Spread
Blue Cheese Rosemary Shortbread Cookies
Fig and Gorgonzola Salad
Cheese Cake with Apple Caramel Sauce
Even with the abbreviated menu, we were all stuffed.
I thought I would include a photo of one of my china cabinets that I forgot to include on the Christmas post. Wishing everyone the best for the upcoming new year. Happy New Year!
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