When it comes to holiday table settings, I’m partial to using natural elements with neutral colours, a few pops of red and something sparkly in gold and/or silver tones. There are always a lot of kids around table, so I keep the place settings unfussy, and in many cases, unbreakable.
This easy-to-make herb napkin ring always ads a festive feel to our holiday table, and fills the home with a seasonal scent that’s guaranteed to be welcoming to the guests. I know this is probably the easiest thing I’ll make in the coming week, and I like that it works just as well for formal gatherings as it does informal dinners, and the how-to couldn’t be easier.
To make your rosemary napkin rings you’ll need sprigs of fresh rosemary and small pieces of ribbon. Simply wrap the sprig of rosemary around the folded napkin and tie the ends together with ribbon. Try experimenting with other herbs for variety and visual interest. Look for ones that are a little lengthy’like sage and mint’to make tying easier.
Tell us, how are you decorating your holiday table this season? We’d love to hear what you have planned!