The Prettiest Christmas Table Centerpiece and Decor Ideas
Looking for Christmas table centerpiece and decorating ideas? Wait until you see how pretty my poinsettia centerpiece looks with textured neutrals and Christmas greenery.
This is my first time decorating the dining room for Christmas in our new home!
And I can’t wait to show you how my Christmas table looks for this month’s supper club theme, holiday breakfast/brunch.
Whether you are hosting friends or family for the holidays, these dining table centerpiece and decor ideas for Christmas are sure to inspire.
Wait until you see how incredible the dining room table looks all decked out for Christmas!
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We’ve been having a great time with our supper club and this month we are celebrating the holidays with a festive brunch.
Whether you are hosting family or friends during the holiday season, we are sharing lots of pretty Christmas table centerpieces and decorating ideas.
And I’m hosting this month’s gathering in my dining room that you’ve got to see all decked out for the holidays.
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The Prettiest Christmas Table Centerpiece and Decor Ideas for the Dining Room
To decorate the dining table for Christmas brunch, I focused on neutral colors, rustic metals, and earthy colors.
The overall look started with a cozy warm white tablecloth that I layered with a jute table runner and an airy warm white table runner on top.
DIY Christmas Table Centerpiece: A Set-and-Forget Approach
But that centerpiece is the thrill of the table.
I found these GORGEOUS faux poinsettias at my local nursery last week.
Let me tell you, I searched high and low online and found nothing as realistic as these pretty beauties.
Of course, you can use live poinsettias too, but I wanted to decorate with a set-and-forget centerpiece for the season in this space.
While beautiful, live poinsettias are a little more work. I wanted something easier to use as a centerpiece on my table that would last through the holidays without any effort from me!
And one of the easiest ways to decorate the dining room is with a beautiful centerpiece. If you do nothing else, that centerpiece will make the dining space feel festive and cozy.
And this poinsettia centerpiece does the trick!
It was really easy to pull together too.
I started with some green floral foam to anchor the faux Christmas greenery in the base of the gold ice bucket.
That’s right, I’m using an ice bucket for the vessel!
To support the large poinsettia flowers, I went around the base of the bucket with small branches of winter greens.
Since the stems of my poinsettias were long, I bent them and nested them inside the bucket.
To add some texture and dimension, I tucked in some gold branches and glittery swirls. That’s the best way to describe them.
Christmas Table Setting Ideas
Since my personal style infuses a cottagecore approach with a farmhouse feel, the table settings needed to reflect that style and create a cohesive look.
Each place setting is layered with this gorgeous cedar branch placemat, a gold charger, a neutral Lenox dinner and salad plate, these beautiful gold linen napkins, and a miniature wreath.
To hold the cutlery, I love these adorable pouches, don’t you?
They are a unique way to pull the look together while adding more decorative elements to the table.
And for extra bling, I used my grandmother’s lead crystal wine and water goblets.
Of course, we’ve got to set a mood with lighting.
And while I’ve got that stunning chandelier to start with, I love to add taper candles in these vintage candlestick holders, simple votives, and these mini lanterns to make the dining space feel cozier.
So what do you think? Aren’t those poinsettias amazing?
I wish I could find them online but great-looking faux poinsettias are hard to come by.
Next up in our November supper club rotation is Michele from Vintage Home Designs and wow does her spread look incredible!
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Want to See More Christmas Table Centerpieces and Decor Ideas?
My supper club knocked this one out of the park with their tables.
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Wait until you see how gorgeous their Christmas tables look!
Looking for More Supper Club Ideas?
Our supper club has been so much fun and we’ve covered so much over the last year.
Whether you are in a supper club or just want some dinner party theme inspiration, check out the themes we’ve hosted before.
And click here if you want to learn how to organize and host your own supper club. They are so fun to do and provide a great reason to gather regularly with family and friends.
- Galentine’s Day Brunch
- St. Patrick’s Day
- Spring Brunch
- Cinco De Mayo
- 4th of July
- Picnic Date
- Tailgating Party
- Thanksgiving Dinner Party
- Christmas Dinner Party
- New Year’s Eve
- Cozy Winter Dinner
- Afternoon Tea Party
The 10 Days of Christmas
Did you catch the 10 days of Christmas where my friends and I shared daily inspiration to get you psyched up and ready for the holidays?
From Christmas decorating ideas to gift-wrapping ideas, these posts have you covered with lots of creative and budget-friendly ideas.
In case you missed it, you can catch the 10 Days of Christmas lineup here:
- Day 1 – Christmas DIY Ideas
- Day 2 – Front Porch Decorating Ideas
- Day 3 – Christmas Tree Ideas
- Day 4 – Christmas Table Decor Ideas
- Day 5 – Christmas Cookies and Sweet Treats
- Day 6 – Christmas Decorating Ideas
- Day 7 – Bloggers’ Favorite Christmas Idea
- Day 8 – Gift Wrapping Ideas
- Day 9 – Wreaths & Front Door Decor
- Day 10 – Winter Greenery
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I love looking through festive holiday inspiration to get ideas for this year’s decorating aesthetic, don’t you?
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