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Christmas Party

We had our office Christmas party last Friday. I have been posting recipes for the food I made, but I have not posted any pictures of how I set everything up for the party. I did not have a chance to take as many as I would have liked, but here are some of the food area. I placed desserts on the table and the appetizer foods on the bar area. I also placed the plates and silverware on my antique buffet.

I filled the empty platter with different meat to go along with the crackers and cheese. I also served an artichoke dip with tortillas chips that did not make it into the pictures.

After I saw the pictures I realized it looks kind of plain. I did not do much for Christmas decorations this year, in fact I usually do not do much. But now that I see pictures of it, I realize I should do more. I will try to next year.

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  1. everything looks so yummy!!!

  2. Walking on Sunshine... says:

    I agree, everything looks delicious! Nice layout as well. I love taking pictures of how the food looks before we eat as well. My kids sometimes think I’m a little crazy, but I enjoy it! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Penless Thoughts says:

    It all looks lovely, Lynn.

  4. the pleasures of homemaking says:

    What a nice spread! It looks delicious!


  5. Everything looks yummy and beautiful! Great job1

    Linda C

  6. I think everything looked perfect–I love the clean and crisp look and the touches of Christmas were there–Very nice.


  7. Every thing looks so yummy.

  8. Lady Katherine says:

    Delicious! Yes! I love the trays you have and the antique buffet, at first I thought it may be a tea cart. Back to the trays they are great, I love the length and width! I could use a few. lol

  9. I want some of that fudge! It looks good enough to eat (pun intended.) Looks like a fun dinner party. I don’t decorate much either, and probably should. Oh well. Thanks for the post.

    You are always welcome at The Shadow of the Cross. Feel free to visit anytime.

  10. It all looked very beautiful. If you are looking for something simple (& inexpensive), just try some fabric (tulle or lame would work well). Scrunch it around on your table before placing the platters. Instant color & texture.

    I personally love the clean look that you had.

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