Planning your Christmas table setting this year needn’t be difficult! So many of the roundup articles I found had lame, dated or just downright confusing examples of how to decorate your table. I wanted to do something different!
Before you scroll on for some festive ideas for your Christmas table decor, be sure to get your free printable watercolour Christmas table decor (below). You can download the editable place cards, typing in your guest’s names before printing. The napkin wrappers come in two sizes; a large size with a Merry Christmas Wreath and a smaller size with a cute foliage Christmas pattern.
I’ll also include a video below of how I put this table decor decor (it’s super easy!).
Simple and easy, my favourite way to do things. Especially when you already have enough going on at Christmas time, right?!
The use of eucalyptus greenery with the rich red pomegranates on this table make it spectacular. I also like the gold cutlery and cute rustic gingerbread cookies for name cards.
This is such a simple rustic country tablescape. I like the burlap placemats with these sweet place cards that can be reused again each year!
How cute is this gingerbread village?! A labour of love, you need to check out this DIY Christmas table decor.
Using a plaid blanket for a table cloth, the bottle brush trees and reindeer candle holders pull this all together.
Gorgeous Nordic Christmas table decor with a linen tablecloth. The napkins tied with string compliment the beautiful gold candleholder and utensils.
Set on sweet black and white check placemats with gold, greenery and simple black dinnerware.
Ambience is definitely what this table is all about. The candlelight is key to the intamcy here. The outdoor setting, the overhead lighting and the greenery on the table – I love it all!
Pink. Feathers. I’m there. Throw in a touch of gold just to sweeten the deal!
If colour is your thing, this is super simple to throw together. This table runner has a gold leaf garland, colourful baubles and for lighting, some candles and simple fairy lights.
A simple way to add a splash of colour to your Christmas table this year! These brightly coloured bottlebrush trees along with a dusting of snow look amazing against the watermelon coloured tablecloth.
Something a little more traditional but still classy and modern with some greenery and red candles.
The gorgeous branch runner sets the scene for this Christmas tablescape. I love the use of objects of varying heights and shapes to add interest.
A simple rustic yet elegant table, I love this runner (you can purchase it here if you want to add it to your table!). I like the gold with a touch of greenery on the dinnerware.
I always have the odd year where I need to do everything blue. Yes strange, given I’m a pink girl! This blue table is simple with a blue runner through the centre, silver candle holders of varying heights and of course some outdoor greenery elements. I also love the crushed velvet ribbon around the cutlery.
I love seeing the pretty colours and florals of my home country making such a beautiful splash at Christmas.
My favourite table settings are the earthy and rustic looking tablescapes this year. I’m really in love with the warm, natural and muted Australian theme. Living in Australia I am so used to a warm Christmas, I haven’t even seen snow… ever! It’s nice to see some gorgeous themes and colour palettes that reflect the warmer weather and the native flora I’ve grown up with.
This year I am taking the boys down south to Busselton where we will stay in a holiday house. I’m not too sure what the dinnerware options will be however I will set myself the challenge to come up with a simple yet amazing centrepiece on the fly!
What style do you lean towards? I’d love to hear in the comments below!
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