Have you been thinking about how you’re going to set your holiday table this year? Well, look no further. I’ll show you some of the ways you can create a Christmas tablescape for a special occasion.
I wanted to thank my friends at Bico Ceramics for the amazing holiday dishes they gifted me. They are just the cutest, and I know you will love them too!
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My Old Life of Using Paper Towels for Napkins
In my past life, (you know the one…before Instagram, the blog, Pinterest) I would set the table for the holidays with any cloth napkins I had bought on sale and were in the pantry, my regular, everyday dishes, and some candles. It was just a big deal not to use paper towels as napkins for any big event!
I didn’t realize that there was some sort of art to setting the table for a gathering, especially during the holidays.
But I’m working on it. I’ve been transformed. And I really like being creative and coming up with ideas that I’ve never tried before. Even if my table didn’t turn out how the picture in my brain thought it would, it was still a lot of fun to try.
Bico Nordic Village Collection
I was so excited when Bico Ceramics gifted me their dinner plates, bowls, and platters from their Bico Nordic Village. It’s almost a shame to cover up these views of a magical holiday village!
The Christmas Cottage Tablescape Details
It all starts with greenery from the pine trees in my backyard. I cut down…oh wait…my husband cut down several branches of greenery for me. Then, I wrapped wire around the branches after trimming them to one length and placed them on top of the table runner.
I then added several mini Christmas trees, pomegranates, assorted nuts, cinnamon cloves, and votive candles as a simple centerpiece.
These pretty glasses are from the Pioneer Woman. I love the way the plum color pops the table and looks with the nordic village dishes.
I thought the bottle brush trees would add a more festive look to the table.
The cloth napkins were found at Home Goods, and these copper napkin ring holders were from the Bremerton Flea Market. I added a sprig of fresh greenery to each napkin ring to spruce up the look.
Seasonal fruit such as pomegranates and oranges are a perfect touch for holiday tables and add color to your centerpiece.
Thank you for visiting my blog today, and hope you found some inspiration here.
Until next time,
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Creative Christmas Tablescape Inspiration Tour
But wait, there’s so much more for you to see! Don’t forget to head on over to Kristin’s blog, White Arrows Home, to see her beautiful Spode Christmas Tree Tablescape. Everything Kristin does gives you that warm and cozy feeling. And she lives in the most amazing lakeside cabin in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Her home should be in a Hallmark movie!
The links for the other ladies are listed just below. You won’t want to miss it.