A tablescape consists of the décor used on a dining table. You may have heard the term used in relation to weddings where beautiful centerpieces tie the décor together. You can do this when you host a party at your home as well. For the winter holidays, you can create a beautiful tablescape when you host a fantastic dinner. Here are a few ideas.
Designing your table around nature is a slam-dunk in the wintertime. Using bare branches, greenery, holly and pine cones, you can arrange a gorgeous centerpiece for your holiday dinners. Pair it with a woven tablecloth and colorful ribbon.
Silver and blue
Silver and blue are classic colors for many of the winter holidays. Choose décor in silver and add blue placemats and napkins with festive napkin rings. You can personalize the tablescape with name cards and whatever your family tradition demands.
Red and green
The other color scheme associated with this time of the year is red and green. The colors represent evergreen trees and holly berries. You can go retro with these colors or get classy with an updated, modern holiday look.
Don’t forget to dig out those old family decorations. Retro ornaments that you would never hang up for the holidays today look great collected in a large bowl at the center of the table. Pair that with old holiday photos and heirloom china.
Do you want to get your kids involved in the holiday decorating this year? Creating a tablescape with your family is a fun and easy project. Use paper-folding techniques to make one-of-a-kind holiday creations for your table. Make paper chains to hang from the light fixture over the table. Draw name cards for each place setting.
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