Do you ever look at those incredible holiday tablescapes on Pinterest and think, ugh (!) why doesn’t my table look like that? Well friends, Danielle Gibson Events has good news for ya. As we (and our gal, @targetdoesitagain) recently discovered, Target launched their Hearth & Hand collection earlier this month and everyone is freakin’ swooning over these beauties. Whether you are looking for the perfect holiday decor to dress up your dinner table, or everyday items to decorate your home, they’ve got you covered.
One of our favorite things about the Hearth & Hand collection is the story behind these subtly stylish pieces. This line was created by Target in collaboration with Magnolia, a home and lifestyle brand by Chip & Joanna Gaines. If you haven’t already heard their story, learn about it here. This power couple is truly killing the game with their eye for design and strong desire to create community inside and outside the home.
Within seconds of strolling down the isle at Target, our minds started reeling with ideas. We could immediately picture these X-Patterned Glass Goblets, filled with our favorite chardonnay from Lewis Cellars. Or these Embroidered Placements (which come in numerous colors and patterns) styled alongside these Plaid Napkins. Needless to say, the combinations are endless and we had to resist the strong urge to buy everything in every color!
We were so inspired by this couple and their line, that we threw a holiday party in their honor! Check out the details below on how to style your upcoming holiday table on a budget, including a few staple pieces that can absolutely be used year round. Grab these goodies soon, as they are sure to sell out!
Psst! Be sure to tag @daniellegibsonevents in photos of your favorite holiday decor to share your style inspo and creations! We love hearing from you 🙂
A very special thanks to these vendors:
@target / @magnolia (Hearth & Hand collection – placemats, plates, bowls, napkins, water goblets, place card holders, floral vases, blankets, and pillows)
@tinyprints (decorative paper with place cards)