The Victorian White Christmas is a cozy mix of Rose Fabrics, Pink Rosettes, Snow Frosted Greens, Painted White Accents, and Galvanized Steel. It's easy to achieve, and here is my Top Ten suggestions for easily creating your own Victorian White Christmas!
#1 Rose Table Linens
It may surprise you, but I started decorating for the Victorian White Christmas by choosing table linens. Fabrics are a great way to begin a theme.
I chose the Cottage Rose Collection - Tablecloth and Napkins. I love these soft fabrics! It brings in the Victorian "pink" to the first focal point - the dining table. Plus, it isn't the typical Christmas fabric. This will last until spring.
#2 Snow Frosted Greens
Next, I added snow frosted greens to a favorite pitcher. You can choose an elegant one (stoneware or cut glass), but opted for rustic galvanized steel to offset the greens.
Tip! Take a small snip of the greens and place them (with ribbon) around each napkin.
#3 Pink Tapered Candles
My next suggestion is to add these Pink Tapered Candles to the tabletop. They are designed to match the table lines! My shop table is small, so I didn't, but candlelight and music make an event more special!
#4 Snow Frosted Wreath
The front door was my next focal point. To continue my theme, I chose a Snow Frosted Wreath. You can choose to add a pink rosette floral accent or not. This leads me to the next pick!
#5 Pink Rosettes
I am in love with the dusty pink rosettes! I added these to wreathes and the Christmas tree! To your Wreath, you could also add:
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