New Year’s Table
To create our white and silver New Year’s table we started with a white table cover and created white paper cone trees. The texture adds interest against a sheer white drape behind the dessert table.
We created layers of white with interesting textures. For the trees, we used white glitter on the larger ones, and feathers on the smaller ones. The smaller trees are perched upon white candle sticks in varying heights.
Keeping the colors consistent is the key. We used white platters and plates, and created a white and silver cupcake tower. For even more textural interest, we added white marabou to the edges of each tier on the cupcake tower.
To keep the look slightly formal, we kept the table somewhat symmetrical. To prevent a stuffy look, we didn’t go for complete symmetry, but did pay close attention to keep the look balanced on both sides. Now that our blank white canvas was complete, we added pops of color with the Jeweled Amethyst Dessert Skirtz cupcake wrappers and some plum colored desserts for our snowy, white and silver New Year’s table.
Subtle hints of shimmering silver come from the cupcake wrappers, cupcake tower, and ornaments placed on the white table.
Add the desserts, and you have a gorgeous, snowy white and silver New Year’s table with trendy bursts of plum. Love it.