Floral Wrapped Tree
Looking for a memorable and cheerful way to decorate your Christmas tree, and add some panache to your dining room? Wrap your tree in flowers and move it close to where people are gathered to eat. We guarantee it will be the talk of the table!
Simple DIY Wreaths
Kick off a great meal with delicately scented herbal wreath place cards. Guests will love sitting down in their seats with these pretty details greeting them.
Place cards written in calligraphy are always chic. But on a leaf, it's even better. Use fall leaves for Thanksgiving and waxy magnolia leaves for winter parties.
Go woodsy with woodcut chargers and place card holders, pine bough garland dotted with pine cones, and earth-toned glassware.
Do you have a fireplace or bookshelf in your dining room? Decorate it with marquee lighting in a holiday message. Hang garland beneath it, or surround it with bottle brush trees.
Don't get us wrong, we love silver and gold for the holiday season. But this year, we are all about the warmth of copper details. Pair it with ocean blues and deep wines for a beautiful seasonal scheme.
The kids (and kids at heart) at your celebration will adore this modern centerpiece. Use balloons to match your seasonal palette, and tuck sprigs of greenery throughout.
Neutral & Minimalist
Your holiday meal decor doesn't have to be complicated. Put down a neutral tablecloth, wrap napkins in twine and greenery, and place a pear at each place setting.
The center of a large round table can be difficult to fill, while also keeping the decorations low enough to not hinder conversation. These cute mossy woodland planters can house white or gold spray painted animals.
Of course, the best details are the delicious ones. Create witty messages out of crust and place it on the top of your pies.