From frosty whites to bold berry red themes, there’s a tablescape set to inspire for every Christmas party this year. It’s no surprise that searches for ‘Christmas table setting ideas’ have risen 2400% in the past month, as people get ready to celebrate the festive season with family and friends.
Take a look at these creative Christmas table setting ideas
The Relaxed Look:
Clementine & Gray
With Christmas just around the corner, Wren Kitchens have collated a list of the best tablescapes to ensure your kitchen is Christmas visitor ready!
This simple, rustic theme is perfect if you’re a lover of gray. Not only does it look great, the sweet clementine’s make it smell good too.
To achieve a frayed effect on your napkins, use a material like linen, which has the perfect fibre composition to be able to fray easily. Simply grab your grey material, cut, and stitch a line across the edges leaving a gap to fray the material with a seam ripper or needle.
Bring it all together by adding some foliage around your silverware or clementine’s.
Rocking Tradition: Berry Reds
What colors say Christmas more than red and greens?
Simply place your favorite red baubles and Christmas tree decks in the centre of your table along with some candles (battery-powered if you’re worried about little ones!) Using a black tablecloth beneath will really make the color palette pop!
The Rustic Look: Foraged Décor
Bring the outer elements inside this Christmas with berries, pinecones and holly. Make sure to add dried-out oranges for a pop of color.
Using battery-powered fairy lights will brighten up your table by giving a warm glow. Don’t forget to add a name card holder to your table either using pinecones or baubles.
Glam it Up: Frosty Whites
This icy white theme is perfect if you love sparkle and neutral tones.
For the plate setting, layer your placemats and add glittery decorations sticking to your color theme. Make sure to tie your silverware together with a piece of white ribbon.
To really give your table that WOW factor, add faux snow and glitter on top of your tablecloth.
Scandi Statement: Fir Centrepiece
If you’re into more minimalistic décor, maybe opt for a floral centerpiece. Use berries and fauna to create a striking circular wreath to sit in the middle of your table.
To keep the greenery together, either use florist wire or if you don’t have one to hand carefully bend a wire hanger into place.
Don’t forget to add an extra pop of color with some mini festive ornaments or Nordic candles.
There you have it. So which look would you try?