Thursday, November 17, 2016

Vintage Christmas Bakery




Happy Thursday, My Lovelies!  I Hope your week has been fantastic so far.  We've been busy decorating for Christmas, and we have a theme this year:  Vintage Christmas Bakery.

This theme will come into play when I share my Advent Calendar beginning December 1st.  Can you guess what I'll be sharing along with scripture reading this year?  I bet you can!




Our theme is most evident in our kitchen and on our breakfast room table.




The table is set and ready for hot cocoa (although we might need to run our air conditioner) and Christmas confections.



Caution!  Many photos ahead!















The little Poinsettia napkin rings are my favorite!












We've replenished our vintage Christmas sprinkles.








I had to buy the table runner and napkins because off the vintage print and the pink that matches our kitchen island.




Our aprons match!
























Strawberry and vanilla cupcakes with strawberry icing and peppermint sprinkles.








Red velvet and white chocolate cupcakes with vanilla icing and vintage sugar sprinkles




I can't wait to begin our holiday baking!


Resources:

Linens, vintage scales:  World Market
Gingerbread house ornaments:  Edgar's Bakery, Birmingham
Glass dessert ornaments:  Sur la Table
Mini vases, dessert plates, small pie plate, pie bird, small casserole:  MacKenzie-Childs
Peppermint Christmas tree:  Christine's, Mountain Brook, AL
Iron napkin holder, snowflake coasters, Santa and Snowman salt and pepper shakers:  Pier 1
Mixing bowls, Poinsettia napkin rings:  One King's Lane
Christmas tree cut-out votives:  Vintage
Snowflake hot beverage glasses:  Williams-Sonoma 
Vintage sprinkles:  The Fresh Market
Nesting Measuring Cups:  Little Miss Muffin, New Orleans
Vintage print paper napkins:  Tuesday Morning
Muffin baker:  Anthropologie


Please come back next week for more Christmas decor and Thanksgiving shenanigans!


Until next time...

Blessings!
Ricki Jill


10 comments:

  1. Everything looks so sweet...literally!! Yum!

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  2. Love it all. Love those sweet little vintage scales. Everything looks so festive and pretty.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  3. Well now I am hungry, but know things wont taste as yummy away from that table!

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  4. I'm loving everything here and your theme is perfect! Adorable little scales and oh those candy cane measuring cups are my favorite, love, love. I think your are enjoying the head start in your decorations. I love early, more time to enjoy. Great seeing you today.........

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  5. This post had me smiling all the way through. Everything is so happy and fun! I definitely will head over to FM to find some of the vintage sprinkles. We are still in fall/TGV mode, but soon it will be time to shift gears. (we are watching Jeay Leno's Garage, hence the car allusion).

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  6. Your sweet tabletop is making me hungry. I smile at your whimsical way, RJ. You know I love it!
    Reading Emily's note above. Did you two get together? I'm jealous!

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  7. Oh my, I just love it. I want to come bake with you.
    I really like the scales, what a fun item to have.
    Carla

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  8. I love all your cheerful colors and patterns. Great theme and amazing resource list. I especially like the mixing bowls, measuring cups and gingerbread house ornament on the vintage scales. Those cupcakes look delicious.
    I enjoyed meeting you yesterday.

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  9. This is literally so sweet Ricki Jill! I love those vintage scales for cupcakes, and your candy cane tree! What a wonderful holiday theme, now I'm craving a cupcake!
    Jenna

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