I don’t know about you but, I love entertaining around the holidays. Whether is’s a simple affair or more formal, one guaranteed way to show off your entertaining skills is to have a beautifully decorated table. The possibility are endless when it comes to the perfect Christmas table setting. Today, I will be sharing 6 beautiful ways to help you create a Christmas table setting for any style. I hope one of these ideas will help make your dinner party decorating feel effortless!
1. Layered Garland Table Runner
One sure way to create a beautiful centerpiece that is guaranteed to make your table setting look elegant is to layer garland down the center of your table. For an extra affect, have it draping down either side of your table. I created this layered centerpiece with a mix of natural greens, pinecones, and eucalyptus. I finished off the look with vintage brass candlesticks. So simple and love how it turned out. You can see all the details on how I created it in this post.
2. Simple Pinecones and Greenery
This gorgeous Christmas table setting from Sarah at Dreaming of Homemaking proves simplicity makes a big statement. I love how she mixes golds and greys with natural elements. Use a simple and inexpensive pinecone to the center of your place setting to add a pop of nature. Sarah not only gives tips to creating a beautiful table setting but she also shares other ways to decorate your Christmas dining room in this post.
3. Vintage Finds Centerpiece
Robyn from Robyn’s French Nest is the queen of table settings. If you are looking for table inspo, then this is the blog to follow. For this Christmas table setting, Robyn does a beautiful job of mixing in her vintage finds with natural greens and neutral tones. I am so in love with how she used these vintage French horns as a unique centerpiece. This idea will help you to think outside of the box and use a collection that you might have to create a centerpiece that your guests will absolutely love. You can see more of this vintage Christmas table setting in this post.
4. Christmas Table Cloth
Kelly from The Tattered Pew drew me in right off the bat by adding a colorful printed tablecloth to her Christmas table scape. A colored/patterned table cloth is the perfect foundation. She finished off her look with simple greenery, pops of red in her candlesticks, and small wreaths on her place setting. I also love how she uses natural berries to make it feel even more like Christmas. Did you see how she also carried the look up to her chandelier? I am so in love with this detail!! You can see more of her Christmas table setting in this post.
5. Natural Tree Centerpiece With Table Runner
Jen from the Midwest Life and Style Blog created the most elegant Christmas tables cape using a white tablecloth as the starting point. From there, I love how she uses blues and greens to really pop off of the neutral foundation. To pull all of the colors together, she used a plaid table runner to draw your eye all the way down the table. I love how she finished off the look with natural trees to create height and she even brought in ornaments to help garnish her table runner. You can see more of the gorgeous Christmas table setting in this post.
6. Pops Of Plaid
Leanna from Life By Leanna shares her simple table decorating ideas, and I fell in love with how she mixes greenery, plain dishes, song pages, and brings it all together with pops of plaid to give it that Christmas feel. You can see how she created her garland runner along with how she layers her table setting so perfectly in this post.
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