10 gold entertaining accessories
Set the scene for your holiday party with special gold invitations for guests. These modern invites is made-to-order or, for large quantities, simply order the PDF and print as many as you’d like to from your home computer. Gold confetti holiday party invitations, The Spotted Olive, Etsy, $19.
2 Lowball glasses
Greet guests with a signature drink at your holiday party this season (may we suggest something with a splash of pomegranate or eggnog?). Turn it into a gilded affair with these retro-inspired lowball glasses that feature a gold Art-Deco motif. Art Deco lowball glasses, Indigo, $35 for 4.
Spruce up your classic white place setting with some super chic gold flatware. Brushed gold versions like this flatware set from West Elm offer a more modern look than the traditional shiny sets. Gold flatware, West Elm, from $25 per place setting.
4 Glazed bowls
Whether you’re hosting a holiday cocktail party or a festive feast, nibblies are a must to keep guests full when drinks are consumed. Serve up snacks in these beautiful gold glazed ceramic bowls from Canvas Home, with a white matte exterior that offers a contrast of glamour and simplicity. Dauville Collection gold glazed bowls, Canvas Home, from $28 each.
Give your holiday spirits and wines a little breathing room with a festive decanter. This bubbly gold version adds a super luxe look to the at-home bar at an affordable price. Bubbly decanter, Indigo, $40.
6 Mason jars
A holiday table setting isn’t complete without some beautiful festive florals. Arrange some white amaryllis in these gold painted mason jars for a classic look with a DIY edge. Gold painted Ball mason jars, Beach Blues, Etsy, $23 per set.
Festive table ceramics don’t need to be gaudy and scream ‘Christmas!’ to set the scene for your party guests. Classic white with a gold ribbon edge, this dinnerware gives a timeless look that you can use for many holiday seasons to come. Caroline dinnerware, from $95, Pottery Barn.
Fill your home with the scents of the season whilst adding a glimmer of gold to your tabletop. Kate Spade ’s ‘Light Up the Room’ candle sends off the festive aroma of fig, with a ceramic casing that would be a pretty addition to any home’s decor. ‘Light up the Room’ scented candle, $40, Kate Spade.
9 Hurricane vase
You can never have too much candlelight when it comes to entertaining over the holidays. Let the flames of votive candles flicker off these gold hurricane vases on your dining table or as a welcoming vignette in the front foyer. Gold ribbons glass vase, from $163, Dwell Studio.
10 Salt and pepper shakers
Add a dash of style to your holiday tabletop with some modern salt and pepper shakers. These brushed stainless steel beauties with a gold sheen are versatile enough for post-holiday parties, as well. Modern salt and pepper set, West Elm, $21.