Blue and White Winter Tablescape

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Blue and white winter tablescape styled by southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante

I haven’t been shy about sharing my love for this blue Italian dinnerware over the years (see here + here). When it’s not actively being used, it’s prominently displayed on our bookshelves– that’s how much I love it. I really wanted to pull it out for the holidays this year, too, so I decided to style a blue and white winter tablescape for Christmas brunch. In retrospect, I’m pretty disappointed that I didn’t think to use it on New Year’s Day, too, because it would’ve been equally perfect. The delphinium and hyacinth chargers give the table a coastal feel, while the pine and cedar greenery add some seasonality to the mix. Keep reading for full winter tablescape details along with a quick little video showing how the table came together!

Blue and White Winter Tablescape

Southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka shares one of her favorite winter tablescapes on Diary of a Debutante

Here’s everything I used to create this blue and white winter tablescape–

  • Blue Italian Dinner PlatesThese blue Italian dinner plates get so much use in our house. Not only do they feel fancy and delicate, but they’re also dishwasher-safe. 
  • Blue Italian Pasta Bowls– These matching pasta bowls are great for pasta (duh), salads, soups, cereal, breakfast scrambles, and so much more. 
  • Hyacinth Chargers– I use these hyacinth chargers year-round. They brighten up even the darkest tables, and I love the coastal feel of the color/texture. 
  • Blue Italian Teacups and Saucers– I usually reserve these blue Italian teacups for tea parties, but they’re also pretty darn perfect for coffee on Christmas morning! 
  • Striped Blue Napkins– Love, love, love these striped blue napkins and always get compliments on them. They wash well and are super cheap, too!
  • Gold Flatware– I’m so glad I found this gold flatware! It’s not the most durable– in fact, I wouldn’t even consider it dishwasher-safe even though it says it is, but you really can’t beat the price. 
  • Blue Goblets– We already owned one set, but I put another set of these blue goblets, along with the matching double old fashioned glasses, on our wedding registry. They’re absolutely stunning in person and just remind me of home– specifically warm weather and the ocean.
  • White Tablecloth– A white tablecloth is as versatile as linens get, and I love that this one washes well. It doesn’t wrinkle easily either, which is a huge plus. 
  • Winter Centerpiece– I arranged white hydrangeas, light blue delphinium, white daisies, and a variety of greenery (including pine and cedar branches) in a small hyacinth basket to create this winter centerpiece. 

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Click play on the (super short) Instagram Reel below to see how this whole winter tablescape came together. Be sure to turn the sound on, too– the music makes the video!


Well, that’s all I’ve got for y’all today! As always, please let me know if you have questions about any of the products I featured in today’s post. I love hearing from you, and I’m more than happy to help!


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