How to decorate a Christmas table – 6 DIY table setting tips


Homemade cutlery

Homemade cutlery is the perfect way to organize who’s sitting where while making your guests feel welcome.

It doesn’t take much effort to write names on cards and decorate them with ribbon, greenery and glitter.

Alternatively, you can make cookies and ice-cream names on them for the cutlery.

Take the top

Floating centerpieces are the best way to enhance your table this season, which is extremely beneficial if you are working with a small table.

Holly said: “Since most people don’t have enough table space for anything other than food, you can lift your piece without having to hang it from the ceiling by attaching an added table rod to the ends of the table. the table to create an effortless look.

“Drape greenery, balls – or my choice this year – giant ribbons and lights to create some magic above, a nice sight to watch for your guests – and something you can keep for Christmas season. holidays and for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Easter too!

“To create this magnificent landscape yourself, consult the Above the table rod, Christmas tree fairy lights and false pine branch from our partners at notonthehighstreet.

Or, you can opt for a metal table clamp from Ginger Ray for a similar effect.

Jess said: “A metal table clamp which attaches securely to either end of your table allows you to drape foliage and accent decorations elegantly above your table.

“If you’re stuck for decorations, just take a few from your tree and tie them to the metal clip in any sparse areas of the foliage. ”


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