Wednesday, November 14, 2018

tablescape ideas for Christmas

The second room decorated for Christmas is our dining room!

To see our Christmas kitchen, click here.

This year I kept with the light and bright theme, using a lot of white, but adding in some pink!

I turned to Molbaks for my table settings and decor, as well as decor for the sideboard.

 I used the same plates from my hot cocoa and dessert party that you saw here.
They are very versatile and I loved them so much, I had to use them again.

I wanted kind of a whimsical, magical look, so I actually used white battery operated Christmas tree house ornaments, in groupings. You can create interest doing this by using cake plates and pedestals to add dimension. 

I also added in a bit of blush pink, my new favorite color, and a punch of raspberry pink.

I picked up these adorable bottle brush trees while shopping at Molbaks and not only do they have a vintage feel, but the color is just gorgeous. 

I combined a faux garland with fresh cedar clippings to the length of the sideboard, as well as a few cedar sprigs to the table.

The tables centerpiece is a reflection of the vignette on the sideboard. More mini Christmas tree house ornaments, {I simply cut the hanger off} a sweet little deer, and a grouping of mini Christmas trees with white "frost" placed in white containers from Molbaks.

Have you ever thought about using ornaments as place card holders? It's a simple way to add that extra something special, as well as giving your guest a gift to take home with them.

For these, I simply printed out everyones name on gold cardstock, and cut them out. I punched a hole in one end and looped the hook right through. 
Stars are my favorite and I love how they sparkle adding that touch of glam.

At night with the lights dimmed, and all the little houses glowing, it is truly a magical cozy look.

Looking for more tablescape ideas for Christmas? 
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