Wednesday 27 June 2018

Styling A Christmas In July Soirée With Corelle & A Festive Giveaway!

Every year I organise an intimate Christmas in July luncheon with my close friends and this year is no different; except this year to celebrate the onset of the winter season, I'm also doing a special giveaway! But more about that later.Anyone who knows me, knows how much I like to style and set my table! This year I've partnered with Corelle and I have to say it's made me rather nostalgic! My parents have used Corelle dinner sets for as long as I can remember! As kids, my sister and I used to eat breakfast cereal out of Corelle bowls every morning and I have followed the tradition with my daughter as well. So needless to say I was thrilled and proud to collaborate with an amazing brand that has been around since the early 70s!I'll let you in on a little secret. The reason why, my mother was so nonchalant about two little tomboys in pigtails using her pretty plates and bowls is because Corelle is ultra-durable, ultra-light and chip and break resistant! Yes that's right - Corelle is resistant to breaking, chipping, scratching and staining! Complete peace of mind if you have young children or a clumsy partner (like me!)!!!It’s the revolutionary material that its made of, a special three-layer glass laminate called Vitrelle glass, that makes it light and strong. It's also not a clunky material but super thin and delicate, which makes it easy and effortless to transition from the everyday family dinner table to a sophisticated dinner party!Other than looking stylish and beautiful, it is also extremely convenient to use with it being microwave, pre-heated oven, refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher safe. That makes it so much easier to use in today's busy, almost multitasking lifestyle!To create a simple yet effective tablescape, I prefer white sets as I feel it's easy to mix and match with different decor and design styles and various holiday and special occasion themes. To style my Christmas in July luncheon table, I used the square set in Pure White from Corelle. This 16 piece dinner set has sleek squared shapes with rounded corners and flared rims to fuse perfectly with the traditional rounded inside making it sophisticated to suit a myriad of occasions and effortless to style. Layered with fresh gum tree leaves as a centrepiece, matte gold placemats, linen dinner napkins, brushed gold cutlery and a tapered dinner candle, laying a simple, natural yet really pretty festive table was quick and easy! And now for the AMAZING giveaway that I'm super excited about... I've collaborated with Corelle to give away a gorgeous and ultra chic 16 piece dinner set in the pure white style (as shown in my photos) and a stylish and very useful serving tray to one lucky winner!

You can enter this awesome giveaway HERE!

The Pure White 16 Piece Dinner Set includes: 4 dinner plates, 4 entrée plates, 4 soup/cereal bowls, 4 white porcelain mugs and Corelle have also included a bonus serving tray in the similar stye (as you can see in my photos) to complete your festive table!

Entries close on Monday 2nd July at 11:59 AEST and the winner will be announced on Tuesday 3rd July on my instagram account. (So make sure you follow along!) The giveaway is open to all Australian residents over 18 years of age. Good Luck!!!🤞🏼For those wanting to check out these beautiful plates, bowls and platters, Corelle has a range of gorgeous designs and patterns available through Big W stores in Australia.

Do you celebrate Christmas in July? What is your favourite way to set up or style your festive table? Any special tips? Do share with us in the comments below!

Till next time... it's time to plan your Christmas in July soirée!


This giveaway is in collaboration with Corelle. As always, all design choices, thoughts and opinions are all mine and genuine and I only ever work with brands that I love and I think you will too.

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