Your holiday meal wouldn’t be festive and complete without decorating your dinner table with these Christmas table settings.
Now that Thanksgiving has passed, it’s time to prepare how you’ll plan for Christmas. It’s one of the biggest and most special holidays every year. If you’re like us, we love to give traditional table settings a twist, such as fun name cards in the form of ornaments, mini trees, candy canes wrapped in ribbons, and candles to lighten up the space.
When you’re decorating your table for Christmas, remember that it should reflect the warmth, cheer, and magic of the holiday season. It doesn’t have to be expensive or over the top as long as you, your family, and guests will love it!
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Elegant in Red and Gold
If you’re planning to create an elegant ambiance for your Christmas meal, go for red and gold. It would also look good mixed with a bit of greenery. It’s elegant and cozy. Place red napkins on your Christmas table, paired with gold napkin rings. Decorate the table with gold plates, gold dinnerware, and red & gold candles.
Your guests will surely love this festive Christmas tree napkin! It’s super easy to pull off. To get started, you need a few large linen napkins to recreate the Christmas tree napkin.
Get the tutorial at Sugar and Charm.
Fun Christmas Village Tablescape
Create a winter wonderland village in your table with bottle brush trees or ceramic trees, tiny houses, string lights, and faux snow. It’s also perfect as winter décor!
Keep your Christmas table settings by going traditional with nostalgic holiday décor, like adding plaid napkins wrapped, evergreen vases, shiny candlestick holders, and a dramatic garland decorated with berries and ribbons. It’s traditional yet still an elegant Christmas tablescape.
Keep It Natural
One of our favorite Christmas table settings is to keep it natural with vases of fresh Christmas blooms, a simple garland decorated with apples and pinecones, and candles wrapped with cinnamon sticks. It’s simple, yet it would definitely wow your guests.
Place a Personal Gift
Aside from Christmas place cards, surprise your family and guests with a personal gift. Imagine how your family and guests will be so delighted before the Christmas feast.
Play With Pattern
Layer different pattern designs to make your Christmas table setting whimsical. We suggest layering or mixing and matching different plaid designs. The key to pulling off this look is to stick to a color palette to create the overall look cohesive.
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