December 30, 2012

a new year's eve dinner


A little table for six on New Year's Eve.


Silver chargers and glass plates have 

clock faces nestled between them.


Ready for champagne.


Silver and gold ribbon curls 

provide a festive touch.


Mini silver frames are used as place cards.


We’re all ready to welcome 2013!


A silver pedestal dish holds poppers for midnight.


Party hats and horns await guests.


Tick, tock, midnight will soon be here!


All’s well in the candlelight.


A few scattered ornaments complete the tablescape.


An elegant dinner is in the making.


The guests will soon be here.


An easy design for New Year's!


Silverware, glasses and plates: vintage 
Charger plates: Sur la Table, 
Napkins and table cloth: Home Goods
Napkin rings: Target  


All set!
Here's how I started....


I used 8 x 10 copies of clock faces.

And, these simple glass plates....


Hello, 2013!


Check out the updated version of this table here.

ciao! fabiana

For more interesting tablescape ideas, I invite you to stop by my Ciao Tablescapes page. It’s a collection of my favorite tablescapes that I’ve created since starting my blog in 2011. I'll be constantly updating this page with new favorites, so check back often! If there are any holidays or themes you’d like to see, leave me a comment! You can find the tab at the top of my page or simply click here.

23 comments:

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

So pretty and unique! I love love the clock faces. What a great idea. I pinned it.

Jenny@NorthwestLovelies said...

This looks fantastic! I think I just found my New Year's Eve table! Thanks so much for sharing! :)

Sharon @ Lilikoi Joy said...

Hi there, new follower from Crazy Beautiful Life's Blog Hop. This post is inspiring me jazz it up for our new years eve party! I love your style and look forward to following. Happy New Year! Sharon

Athena at Minervas Garden said...

What a gorgeous, elegant New Year's Eve table you've set! I love the clock-face plates, and the silver compost with the noisemakers in them--fun!

Lorrie Brewer said...

What a Beautiful Table setting, love the clock plates!

Beth said...

Such a clever and stunning table scape for a New Year's party! LOVE it!! I found your link at Funky Junk.

Tricia SimplicityInTheSouth said...

I love all of your creative ideas, especially the clock face plates and the chalkboard tray on the wine bucket!

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

I love this Fabiana! So very pretty and lovely! Happy New Year's! Angie xo

Gypsy Heart said...

Everything looks gorgeous! I love all the silver and the clock faces are perfect. I'd love a glass of bubbly too. :)

Pat

B's Mommy said...

Everything looks Party Perfect!! Could you please post a link, to print the clock faces. Thank you so much!! I would love to recreate this look. Happy I found your blog.

Ciao! Newport Beach ~ Fabiana said...

I just did a google search for "clock face printables". You will have a great selection to choose from. Goodluck and Happy New Year! Take some photos and post on my facebook page! I would love to see them.... https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ciao-Newport-Beach-Blog/273145579396628

ciao!!

Dewdrop Gardens said...

Wow, your table is beautiful!!
Debbie :)

Jenny Lynn said...

Looks great!Happy New Year!

Magnolia Cottage said...

Your New Years Eve tablescape is fabulous! Love the printable clock faces. Very creative. Thanks for sharing. Wishing you all the best in the New Year.
hugs,
Lisa

Thomas Lynn Pool said...

molto elegante

Heather Lindstrom said...

Your table is fabulous-you will have a super festive New Year's Eve! We are celebrating with a dessert bar, champagne and dancing at our home tonight. Just back from Christmas in London and Paris so I'm a bit behind on making my table so pretty. Thanks for sharing.
Glad we have connected in blog land.
Happy 2013!! Cheers, xx Heather

Val said...

Wow - your New Years looked so special. You inspired me for the next upcoming year!

Debra Howard said...

The entire table turned out wonderful. What a great idea with the clock faces. Thank you also for joining our Upcycling group on google+.
Debbie.

Mary Ann at classic•casual•home said...

Trés chic!! Such a good idea. Now I am sorry I gave my daughter my glass plates.

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

Very cute! Love the plates!

James Douglas said...

Love the idea! I will have to try this on new years eve in San Diego

Mary Kay said...

can you share what size the clear plates are you used? Are they 9 "? Thank You in advance

Fabiana said...

Yes, Mary Kay. The are 9". Share some photos with me if you are planning on recreating the look. I would love to see it!



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