A very easy to throw together Christmas tablescape with traditional reds and greens, candlelight, neutral white dishes, and a view of the Christmas tree, creating a very cozy place to entertain holiday guests.
We changed things up a little in our dining space! Just in time for a fun (and super easy to pull together) tablescape for the holiday season.
I have always been curious what a round table would feel like in here, so I thought Christmastime would be the perfect opportunity to pull out the table from my office and try it out. I have been loving it! It has added so much more space, especially with the proximity to our Christmas tree. It also feels like we have been using it more than normal. I don’t know if we will keep it this way, but I kind of love it.
I wanted to pull together a Christmas tablescape with 100% things that I had on hand mixed with an easy flower arrangement made with grocery store florals. I wanted it to be very easy to replicate with the things you have on hand too! I will also link to my favorite staple pieces below if you are still building your entertaining piece collection.
The grocery store flowers I chose were eucalyptus, Australian fern, hypericum (the red berries), white ruffly roses with red tips, and another red and green berry-type plant that I don’t know the name of. All of them were inexpensive and most are easy to find this time of the year. If you can’t find some of these exact florals, try to use a bunch of greens and add both red and white florals. You will love the combination for Christmas.
I used a flower frog in the bottom of this antique copper pot my mom bought for me, but you could make this arrangement in any vase as well with these easy steps:
Easy DIY Christmas Flower Arrangement
- Fill up a vessel with greenery.
- Evenly space white flower stems throughout the arrangement. This will depend on the size of your arrangement, but I have 12 roses here.
- Add red accent berries to fill in the gaps.
I pulled out the reds from the flower arrangement using some napkins I have had for several years. I used my favorite plates, glasses and flatware as well. All around my centerpiece, I added some mercury glass ornaments for a little bit of sparkle.
And of course, a little bit of sparkly candlelight. I love the magic of candlelight and twinkle lights at Christmastime oh so much.
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