Kempinksi Sum­mer­land Ho­tel & Re­sort’s

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In­ter­na­tional wedding and event or­ga­nizer, gives us an ex­clu­sive look into

cel­e­bra­tion ta­ble and tips on how to make your own hol­i­day event, a splen­did suc­cess

The hol­i­days are a flurry of cook­ing, bak­ing, buy­ing and wrap­ping. But, in the lead up to Christmas Day, you don’t want to forget your ta­ble set­ting. Af­ter all, it will be the cen­ter of at­ten­tion when you sit down to that de­li­cious meal.

To make it as fab­u­lous as pos­si­ble, think about the type of theme you would like this year. Are you the tra­di­tional type, opt­ing for red or green decor, or is clas­sic white with a dash of gold more your style? Even a rus­tic out­doorsy look with jute rib­bons, pinecones and ivy could be a hit. Toni Breiss of 'level Toni Breiss Paris' of­fers great tips on how to set the scene. Spe­cial oc­ca­sion dec­o­ra­tion needs to cre­ate an emo­tional im­pact on your guests. This is the key. Make it dif­fer­ent and sur­pris­ing. Of course I do! Dress­ing your ta­ble at home is a lit­tle bit like dress­ing your­self; my own ta­ble and home dec­o­ra­tion vary with ev­ery sea­son and oc­ca­sion to make my hol­i­days sparkle in a very sim­ple and el­e­gant way.

Vary­ing heights of dec­o­ra­tive ac­ces­sories can add vis­ual im­pact to the ta­ble. A few can­dles will also add drama to the oc­ca­sion

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