The Christmas table sets the stage and mood for the holiday gathering. Creating a beautiful, warm atmosphere with the use of décor is a fun venture you can do together as a family. Incorporate all your different ideas to create a one of a kind look that will be embraced and remembered. If you have kids, make it a tradition to decorate together for the holidays! Read on for some Christmas tabletop décor Inspiration!
Green, red and gold; if these are the colors that come to mind, use a red tablecloth with gold taper candle holders, utilize the poinsettia as the flower or some holly and ivy. You can make a pretty centerpiece consisting of a tiny Christmas tree, with ornaments and gold garland. You can buy some fancy plastic ornaments and write the name of each guest for seating. Don’t forget to hang mistletoe!
If you are more into a crispy and modern look, try utilizing blue, silver and white colors. Use some candelabras of silver with long tapered white candles. Fill some glass flower vases with blue ornaments for a crisp clean look that will pop on top of a white table cloth. Hang some pine with silver garland around the windows and above doorways. You can use mini candleholders and write the names of each guest using silver paint for a decorative and sleek look.
For a more playful and eclectic look you’ll find almost anything works. Use candles to create a warm vibe. Try a white or silver or silver blue tablecloth with a slight sheen. Using a large vase, insert some thick branches and hang some angel ornaments along with little bells. Bring in some color with red napkins. Bake up some gingerbread men and use frosting to write the name of your guests for a playful and yummy place setting. You can also make a lovely gingerbread house to place out during dessert as décor. No one will resist picking pieces!
No matter what you do, your personal touches will set a friendly warm atmosphere for all to enjoy! Bottom line, it’s the time spent with family that will always linger in your thoughts. Merry Christmas and enjoy the holiday festivities!