The holiday season is quickly approaching, and you’re no doubt starting to plan the table decorations for your Christmas celebration. The key to any festive holiday table is buying the right accents and statement pieces ahead of time, so you’re ready to create an elegant and merry table when all of your party guests come knocking.
6 Adorable Table Settings For This Christmas Private Party
In preparation for the upcoming holiday season, we’ve rounded up sophisticated table setting ideas to inspire your holiday dinner table, whether you’re using it to host an in-person feast or as a festive backdrop to make your virtual celebrations feel special.
1. Place Cards or Name Tag
Dress up a simple plate setting with a pinecone and name tag cut from scrapbook paper. Attach it to a whitewashed pinecone studded with silver dragees and viola! A simple way to make your table more festive! This is especially useful when you have many guests. It is a creative way to let everyone know where they are sitting.
2. Christmas Red Theme
Add a bit of romance to your holiday table with resoundingly red decorations. Among other occasions, red is associated with Christmas table decorations. You can even combine it with dark green for completely festive table decor. If you need more inspiration, don’t hesitate to check out more Decorating Ideas for other occasions as well!
3. White Theme as an Option
Another theme that is worth trying, is the white theme. This will add a luxurious touch to your Christmas table decorations. You can play it up with some other details, like silver or gold. The combination is definitely chic and modern. It gives your table freshness and minimalism. If you like the white color you will love this color blocking!
4. Use Christmas Balls
Christmas balls are not only for the Christmas tree, but we also assure you! You might as well use them as Christmas table decorations. They truly make the table look cozier and more inviting. You can also use them as the “blooming” flowers on that old vase you might have and not used for some time. Balls fit everywhere!
5. Add Some Greenery to Table
A green and brown table can be a welcome departure from the traditional red and green of the season. Earthy tone palettes are ready to decorate your table appropriately. These beautiful colors make for those who want to have an unusual Christmas decor.
6. Candles as Centerpiece
Centerpieces are great, especially for Christmas table decorations! Whether they are more minimal or “heavier”, they are all beautiful and modern. A good centerpiece idea is candles, of course! Candles are one of the top ornaments for Christmas tables, after all.