Christmas Party Table Decorations

Christmas Party Table Decorations

Prepare for your Christmas party with party supplies and holiday decorations from Oriental Trading. Whether you want a ready-made party theme pack to make planning a breeze, or you like looking over all your options and customizing your Christmas party, we’ve got everything you need from table covers, tableware, drinkware, fun and beautiful centerpieces as well as beautiful room decorations. You’ll find everything you need to create the perfect party atmosphere.
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Christmas Party Table Decorations

1 Of 45 Pin these ideas!Save these stunning Christmas table settings for later! Don’t forget to follow Country Living on Pinterest for more great Christmas decorating ideas. 2 Of 45 Mason Jars in a RowTo craft the centerpieces for her dining room table, blogger Kristin Bergthold used cranberries, juniper, and a layer of Epsom salt.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 45 Hanging GreeneryA weathered wood crate centerpiece brings good tidings to the table. Jean Allsopp 4 Of 45 Woodland CenterpieceA small white deer stands out beside rosemary, pinecones, and birch bark candles.See more at JST Design. JST DesignsAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 45 Pop of PlaidA classic tartan tablecloth dresses up a space in a polished (but not at all pretentious) way. For a whimsical place setting, slide good old handwritten namecards into the slots of vintage sleigh bells (we found these on eBay) and give new meaning to “be there with bells on.” Burcu Avsar 6 Of 45 Festive SceneSerena Thompson’s attitude about centerpieces: “Don’t overdo it.” In the dining room, she paired loose sprigs of greenery (in sap buckets, no less) with her collection of toy deer and bottlebrush trees. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 45 Wood BoxA handmade wood box not only creates a focal point in a dining room, but can also be easily used throughout the rest of the year as table decor.See more at Fynes Designs. Fynes Designs 8 Of 45 Mini Cranberry Leaf Place CardsHow adorable are these? They’re easy to make—just string cranberries onto a piece of wire, twist the wire around, add pieces of tree trimmings, and attach flag-shaped kraft paper tags onto each one.See more at Say Yes. Say YesAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 45 Red and Gold Easy Christmas CenterpieceThis is a quick and simple way to make a stunning centerpiece for your Christmas dinner table. From your local craft store, you’ll need a pine wreath, red and gold jingle bells, berry brush, two mini red berry stems, four poinsettia balls, and a clear glass apothecary jar.See more at Take Time For Style. Take Time For Style 10 Of 45 Table ScattersSubtle touches are something to celebrate—they add festive charm to your table, and these are no exception. Use a craft punch to cut out stars and scatter them around your plate settings.See more at A Spoonful of Sugar. A Spoonful of Sugar Next Gallery 10 Ideas for Throwing a Festive Holiday Party ‘Tis the season to celebrate! By Jessica Mejia
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Christmas Party Table Decorations

1 Of 45 Pin these ideas!Save these stunning Christmas table settings for later! Don’t forget to follow Country Living on Pinterest for more great Christmas decorating ideas. 2 Of 45 Mason Jars in a RowTo craft the centerpieces for her dining room table, blogger Kristin Bergthold used cranberries, juniper, and a layer of Epsom salt.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 45 Hanging GreeneryA weathered wood crate centerpiece brings good tidings to the table. Jean Allsopp 4 Of 45 Woodland CenterpieceA small white deer stands out beside rosemary, pinecones, and birch bark candles.See more at JST Design. JST DesignsAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 45 Pop of PlaidA classic tartan tablecloth dresses up a space in a polished (but not at all pretentious) way. For a whimsical place setting, slide good old handwritten namecards into the slots of vintage sleigh bells (we found these on eBay) and give new meaning to “be there with bells on.” Burcu Avsar 6 Of 45 Festive SceneSerena Thompson’s attitude about centerpieces: “Don’t overdo it.” In the dining room, she paired loose sprigs of greenery (in sap buckets, no less) with her collection of toy deer and bottlebrush trees. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 45 Wood BoxA handmade wood box not only creates a focal point in a dining room, but can also be easily used throughout the rest of the year as table decor.See more at Fynes Designs. Fynes Designs 8 Of 45 Mini Cranberry Leaf Place CardsHow adorable are these? They’re easy to make—just string cranberries onto a piece of wire, twist the wire around, add pieces of tree trimmings, and attach flag-shaped kraft paper tags onto each one.See more at Say Yes. Say YesAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 45 Red and Gold Easy Christmas CenterpieceThis is a quick and simple way to make a stunning centerpiece for your Christmas dinner table. From your local craft store, you’ll need a pine wreath, red and gold jingle bells, berry brush, two mini red berry stems, four poinsettia balls, and a clear glass apothecary jar.See more at Take Time For Style. Take Time For Style 10 Of 45 Table ScattersSubtle touches are something to celebrate—they add festive charm to your table, and these are no exception. Use a craft punch to cut out stars and scatter them around your plate settings.See more at A Spoonful of Sugar. A Spoonful of Sugar
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Christmas Party Table Decorations

Create the perfect holiday party with unique Christmas party themes, impeccable invitations, festive table decorations and fun party favors for all your guests. You’ll find everything you need to create the perfect holiday ambiance including cookie exchange ideas, ugly sweater party ideas and of course everything you’ll need to create the perfect Christmas candy buffet.
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Christmas Party Table Decorations

Tower of apples Green apples are the perfect hue for an easy Christmas display. Fill a glass jar with apples; mix in loose greens for a wintry feel. Place container on a beveled edge mirror (that serves as a table runner). Fill in with additional greens, ball ornaments and candles of different sizes. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Christmas Party Table Decorations

Carnation candles This easy red-and-white arrangement complements any Christmas table. Fill a large white ceramic bowl with white-and-red-tipped carnations. Stand a white pillar candle in the center of the arrangement. If needed, place the candle on a block for extra height. Use battery-powered candles for safety if you prefer. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Christmas Party Table Decorations

White Christmas Make a mini tree the focal point of the dinner table. For a simple, dreamy look, use a white artificial tree. Anchor it in a tin pail and adorn with white lights and paper stars or other all-white ornaments. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas

Christmas Party Table Decorations

Cranberry candles For a simple yet stunning centerpiece, place five votive candles (in a variety of Christmas colors) in a line down a red rectangular serving dish. Fill the rest of the dish with cranberries, garnish with a few pine twigs and dust with artificial snow. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Fragrant light Take advantage of holiday scents by making a fragrant red candle the center of your next Christmas centerpiece. Cut and weave together a bed of artificial evergreen branches. Place the candle in the center of the branches and scatter a collection of colorful ornaments, bells and pinecones around the branches. Garnish with ribbon if desired. Be sure never to leave a burning candle unattended. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Luminous lights Create a modern Christmas feel by using white tape, stickers and other craft store supplies to create snowflakes designs on clear hurricane candle holders. Place candle holders on a silver tray and accent with tinsel, pine twigs and brightly colored ornaments.  Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Holiday spirit If your family celebrates Hanukkah and Christmas, this centerpiece is the perfect blend. Place a menorah on one side of a silver tray and fill the remainder of the tray with colorful ornaments. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Easy elegance A few Christmas elements add up to one dashing display! Place a large ball ornament, a single rose and a few evergreen sprigs on a dinner plate. Cover the arrangement with a cloche. To keep the rose fresh, put the stem in a florist’s water tube. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Card-display tree Show off Christmas cards on a centerpiece “tree” made with twigs from the yard. Arrange twigs in a pitcher or vase, and clip or tie cards to twig ends. For an added burst of holiday color, weave a red ribbon or piece of rickrack through the display. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Snowy scenes Create a white Christmas using inexpensive glass cylinders from a crafts store. Place one cylinder inside a larger one, then sprinkle a dusting of fake snow between the two and nestle a sprig of greenery on top of the snow. Add a pillar candle or battery-operated candle inside the center cylinder. Group different size cylinders for your display. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas
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Floral fun Enliven basic glass vases with Christmas-color scrapbooking papers. Simply cut papers to fit around the vases and secure with double-sided tape. Tie red string (with silver bells attached) around the vases and insert winter bouquets. Tags: Christmas, Centerpieces, Christmas decorating, Tabletop, DIY Christmas

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