The Christmas table: it’s the heart of Christmas celebrations, where family and friends gather to laugh at bad jokes, wear silly hats and share wondrous food. Over the years, I’ve collected simple ideas for table centrepiece to decorate the Christmas table and I’m sharing them below. You can find out more about each ideas by clicking the titles below.
This is perfect for Christmas craft and to decorate the Christmas table.
Pine cones, beads, liquid paper, a jar and salt. That's all you need.
A few of these look magical as a table centrepiece
Table decorations can be as simple as putting baubles in a big bowl of vase
A little quirky take on a Christmas table centrepiece.
Pine cones are so festive and a lovely way to bring nature into the home.
A craft for the kids to make for thier own Christmas table decorations
Rustic and charming
Make a table feature using a large candle and a door wreath
These look magical ouside along a path.
Add a bit of magic to the table centrepiece
I enlisted the help of Charli’s Crafty Kitchen for some crafty food ideas, and below you’ll find a fabulous tutorial on how to make adorable Christmas Tree Pinatas. Place in clear wrap, add a ribbon and you have a cute homemade gift or make a few of these trees for a fabulous (and edible) table centrepiece.
Wood rounds and plastic wine glasses make for a wonderful outdoor table decoration
This simple look is magical.
A vase, baubles, garland and table runner.
This is a favourite of mine. Bring nature inside.
Deviate from traditional colours with a pop of bright.
Can't get much simpler than this: Tea lights in a tumbler.
This magical feature is so easy!
Christmas coloured ice feature.
Using toys in a themed jar
A nativity scene captures the essence of Christmas, and reminds us of the real reason for the season. It’s also a lot of fun for kids to put together and makes a special decoration for a table, display shelf or in a child’s bedroom
A homey way to add a bit of warmth to the festive season. This wool Christmas Tree is so easy and cheap to make!