See how I transformed our outdoor farmhouse table for Christmas brunch using simple greenery and galvanized accessories.

Last year on Christmas Day, it was so warm here in North Carolina that we spent much of the day on our patio relaxing with family. It was glorious, and I’m hoping for that same kind of weather this year so we can celebrate outdoors on our patio.

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

That gorgeous day inspired me to set our outdoor farmhouse table for a festive, yet rustically simple, Christmas brunch.

I’m sharing the details of the tablescape as part of a fun blog hop organized by Barb of The Everyday Home and Susie of The Chelsea Project.

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

Lots of holiday home tours are centered around the mantel, the dining room table or the family room. Today, my blogging friends and I thought it would be fun to tour the areas outside of the home — porches and patios and beyond. Please join us…but bundle up because “Baby It’s Cold Outside!”

Baby It's Cold Outside Christmas Home Tour 2016 | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

A few summers ago, we added a large patio and pergola in our backyard, and we have thoroughly enjoyed having an outdoor room where we can relax and entertain. It has hosted cookouts, al fresco meals, birthday parties, holiday celebrations, cocktails with friends, outdoor movie nights, Nerf gun battles and now a simple holiday brunch.

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

For this tablescape, I challenged myself to use what I already had. I used a fresh pine garland, accented with holly leaves to decorate the 8-foot rustic outdoor farmhouse table.

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

OK, I may have spent $2 — 25 cents a piece on these peppermint sticks!

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

I used galvanized chargers, milk bottles, my fun Christmas china, red napkins and zinc place cards for each place setting along the farmhouse table.

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

The fixings were simple: milk served from a farmhouse style pitcher and cinnamon rolls served from an iron skillet.

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

We’re just waiting for the bacon and sausage to finish cooking so we can dig in.

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

I’m so glad you could join us for the Baby It’s Cold Outside tour. Be sure to visit the other participants using the links at the end of this post. And if you’re interested in any of the items I used in my farmhouse table Christmas brunch, you can shop this post from the links below, as well.

If you live in a temperate climate, invite friends and family over for a Christmas brunch outside. I used simple greenery, galvanized accessories and milk bottles to give our farmhouse table a festive touch.

Shop The Look: Farmhouse Table Christmas Brunch

Recreate the look of this outdoor farmhouse style Christmas brunch with the following affiliate shopping links. (Read my full disclosure policy here.)

Use these items to set a farmhouse table for Christmas brunch.

 

~Monday~

The Chelsea Project  ||  Worthing Court  ||  In My Own Style  ||  Duke Manor Farm

~Tuesday~

Happy Happy Nester ||  Jen Rizzo Designs  ||  Cedar Hill Farmhouse

~Wednesday~

Atta Girl Says  ||  Hymns & Verses 

  Sondra Lyn at Home  ||  On Sutton Place



Comments

  1. Oh Amy! This is totally adorable. It’s so fresh and fun and beautiful. What a great job putting it all together. I think I must have those lanterns. Thanks so much for sharing with us! Happy Holidays ~~ Susie from The Chelsea Project
    Susie from The Chelsea Project recently posted..Cozy Christmas Out By the FireMy Profile

  2. I absolutely love it, Amy! What a fun way to have Christmas brunch with the family! Merry Christmas!

  3. This is so cute!! I love the little milk jars and the cinnamon rolls in the iron skillet! YUM! Thanks for sharing with us on the Family Joy Blog Link Party!!

    >> Christene
    Keys to Inspiration

  4. Beautiful tablescape. That’s one of the things I miss about living in the south. Outdoor entertaining during the holidays! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at the DI & DI Link Party. We loved having you.
    Christine recently posted..Holiday Kitchen Tour for ChristmasMy Profile

  5. Thank you for sharing on Friday Features this week, your post is wonderful!
    I have scheduled a tweet for your post today!!
    Stop by and check it out @MyLLLS #OMHGFF
    Have a great weekend, Happy Holidays!!!
    Karren Haller recently posted..Home Series: How to Design the Perfect His-and-Hers BedroomMy Profile

  6. Your tablescape is beautiful and I am featuring it in tomorrow’s Dishing it and Digging it link party at 4pm EST. Thank you for sharing.

  7. I love the place settings. Simple, but elegant. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best.
    Rhonda Gales recently posted..7 Christmas Morning Tips You NeedMy Profile

  8. Hello Amy! I just adore anything that is farmhouse style and I love your tablescape! Such beautiful festive touches. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Dishing It & Digging It & congratulations on being featured this week!
    Angie Rose recently posted..Dishing It & Digging It {127}My Profile

  9. Fun set table for your brunch. Thanks for the list of sources–live those metal chairs! Thanks for linking up with Funtastic Friday!

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