Christmas Table Decorating Ideas.
Best Top 3 Christmas table decorating ideas for your restaurant or home.
Interested in Christmas table setting ideas for your restaurant or home?
We all know making your Christmas table different and special each year for Christmas Day can be alot of work.
You don’t want to disappoint your customers or family and friends by doing the same thing you did last year but you are probably so busy
it can feel overwhelming.
What if I gave you three easy ideas to help you out?
In this blog I give you 3 top Christmas table setting ideas.
Make sure you check out number 3, my personal favourite!
HOW TO CREATE THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS TABLE SETTING
Celebrate the holiday in style with some gorgeous table decorations! You can go traditional, or if you’re feeling adventurous, go for a more contemporary vibe. It’s summer, so don’t feel like you have to sprinkle snow and pinecones everywhere! I’ve included a guide on how to create a festive table setting perfect for the Australian summer. And don’t forget to top it off with some festive drink coasters!
Idea #1 Australian Summer
⦁ Make use of native plants such as eucalyptus, kangaroo paw, banksia, waratah or wattle.
You can run them along the middle of the table, decorate the backs of chairs, put them in vases or make hanging decorations.
⦁ Go for a coastal theme: use woven placemats, put sand in mason jars and decorate with shells. Use colours such as white, turquoise and green. Or,
⦁ Employ neutral colours such as taupe, white and grey for a relaxed vibe.
⦁ Or, accent your table with green and gold for a true Aussie table setting!
Idea #2 Traditional
Did you know that in Ancient Greece, they consumed pomegranates on holy days?
The Pomegranate as a symbol represents life, marriage and rebirth. It is a symbol of fertility and abundance.
For nutrition, pomegranate juice contains higher levels of antioxidants than most other fruit juices. It also has three times more antioxidants than red wine and green tea. The antioxidants in pomegranate juice can help remove free radicals, protect cells from damage, and reduce inflammation.
⦁ Decorate the backs of the chairs. You could get mini wreaths to tie to the back, or use some pretty fabric to tie bows or to drape around the chairs.
⦁ Get a rustic, wintery feel with some wooden touches. Use a wood slate as a placemat, run pine cones down the middle of the table or put branches in a vase for a centrepiece and hang decorations off of them.
⦁ Layer the different components. Start with a table cloth, add a table runner and placemats, then add decorations on top. Go bold with your table cloth, such as plaid, or keep it simple to add the sparkle on top. Think about using a scarf for a table runner, or tablecloths as placemats.
⦁ Don’t forget about the scents! If you want to emulate a traditional winter Christmas, use cinnamon or gingerbread, but if you want something more contemporary, go for citrus or coconut.
⦁ Fill mason jars with colourful things such as cherries, cranberries, succulents, walnuts or baubles.
Personalise each person’s seat
⦁ Make edible name-card holders. Using a fruit such as an orange or a pear, pin a little name-card to it.
⦁ Set a small gift for each person on their plate.
⦁ Design custom Christmas drink coasters to celebrate your family’s Christmas. Guests can then take them home as a keepsake!
Idea #3 Contemporary
⦁ Add a bold neon hue to the black to really make it pop!
⦁ Use black with metals, such as gold, silver or copper.
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