Christmas is one of the most highly anticipated holidays of the year, and is observed in many different ways around the world. In Australia, Yulefest is celebrated midyear during the cold months, in addition to the usual December festivities. It’s perfect for spending time with family and friends, enjoying good food and creating happy memories to last for seasons to come.
Take a peek at how two of our lovely friends spread Yulefest cheer by sprucing up their gatherings in elegant “Christmas in July” style.
Welcoming and warm are bywords that describe Rani’s home, as she prepared for a cosy lunch with her friends and their little ones. The Silverado Slim was perfect for adding cheer to her dining room, with glimmering globes and timeless figurines from our Christmas Cheer collection lending touches of colour and texture to the verdant foliage.
Traditional green, red, and gold hues abound in Rani’s table centrepiece composed of her beautiful Heritage Spice Wreath embellished with tapered candles and a charming miniature cottage. Gold-trimmed dinnerware and intricately detailed accents completed the classic look, creating an exquisite backdrop for a special day with loved ones.
A sophisticated tablescape set with dinnerware in stark black and grey brought a lavish touch to Gina’s outdoor celebration. Her Berkshire Mountain Fir stood proud beside the table, its lush green needles providing contrast to the vivid hues of baubles from our Christmas Cheer Enhancement Set.
Completing the scene was the Heritage Spice Wreath, cleverly hung on the back of a pristine white chair. Its woodsy accents tied in with the artfully scattered fruits and dainty floral sprays that decorated her table. Assorted treats, bread, cheeses, and wine rounded out the picture of elegant entertaining, even in the midst of the rustic outdoors.
Thank you to our blogger friends for serving up these two beautiful and inspiring looks in honor of Yulefest. Get the chance to win gift certificates from Balsam Hill Australia by joining the giveaway running from July 14 to 20 on our Facebook page.