This simple traditional tablescape is filled with several ideas for Christmas table decorations you can easily implement in your own home.
It's always so fun to be able to decorate our dining table at the holidays. Our dining room is a great space with many of my beloved plants but we seem to only use it during the holidays.
Today I'm sharing this year's Christmas table decorations with a couple of tips and ideas to help inspire your own holiday table.
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It all started with this old zinc planter I found at Target. Originally I wanted to plant it with tiny trees. I noticed some at a local nursery but by the time I went back for them, they were closed for the season.
Instead, I decided to use three mini trees from Hobby Lobby wrapped with a string of battery operated fairy lights.
I also found these beautiful frosted leaves candle rings at Hobby Lobby which look great next to the zinc planter. Inside I used a candle holder and a small pillar candle from Dollar Tree.
Making Frosted Napkin Holders
I also picked up a 12 pack of artificial pine branches from Dollar Tree. Then I dry brushed them with a bit of white craft paint and sprinkled a little glitter on top. This way they tie in with the rest of the table. The glitter may flake off so if that bothers you just use the paint and leave the glitter out.
These flocked pine branches were then wrapped around simple white cotton dinner napkins, and placed on top of our red transferware plates which I have collected over the years. The faux galvanized charger is the same dollar store upcycle from the fall.
Our good stainless flatware, crystal water glasses, and reproduction red depression glass bowls complete the table.
These Christmas table decorations with traditional colors and plenty of sparkle creates a beautiful and bright holiday home.