5 DIY Holiday Table Decorations
The tree is adorned with lights and ornaments, the presents are wrapped, and Jack Frost has even paid a visit. Above all, you’re looking forward to spending time with your loved ones while enjoying a delicious meal. But, before you can lay down the welcome mat, you may want to spruce up your space by creating a holiday table that captures the spirit of the season. Dazzle your guests this time of year with 5 DIY holiday table decorations.
Confetti Christmas Trees
Encapsulate the joy of the season with these bright and cheery confetti Christmas trees. All you need is a few clear cones, some confetti, spray paint and just a touch of creativity to craft these fun table decorations. Pro tip: use different-size cones to create your own magical mini forest. If you’d like a more traditional look, you can easily use blue and silver or green and red confetti and paint the caps a forest green. Add some fake snow for a wintry scene, and you’ll have the cutest table decorations around.
Bells and Candles
In need of a really easy centerpiece? Look no further than this holiday decoration idea from A Night Owl. Simply take a platter and arrange three festive candles on it. Make sure to choose candles in red, green, gold or silver to complement your festive dining room décor. Then, place jingle bells around the candle jars on the platter. Once guests arrive, light the candles and let the festivities begin.
Epsom Salts Luminaries
Gather some clear glass jars, grab a bag of Epsom salts, and get out your Mod Podge and brushes to create some adorable centerpieces. Once the outsides of the jars are sparkling like a fresh blanket of snow, you can outfit the jars in some holiday essentials. Grab some twine, and affix a few delicate red berries and pinecones. If you want to use the table decorations year after year, opt for artificial red berries and branches. Finally, position some artificial tea lights in each jar, and voilà!
Gingerbread House City
Forget the traditional gingerbread house. This edible centerpiece deconstructs the classic gingerbread house, and instead, arranges the cookie pieces in a large glass cookie jar atop the sugary snow. So, not only is this gingerbread house city table decoration adorable, but it can be eaten when dessert time rolls around.
Burlap and Plaid Table Runner
If you already have a centerpiece, consider adding an extra layer to your dining room table with this burlap and plaid table runner. Even if you’re not that crafty, you can create a showstopping table runner. All you need is a burlap table runner, a plaid ribbon in holiday colors and a sewing machine. Not to mention, it will add a touch of country to your festive display.
So, you’ve completed your DIY holiday table decorations. Now, all that’s left to do is play host. At Garry’s, we understand that the holiday season and all the planning that goes with it can be stressful. Let us take something off your plate. Consider picking up a delicious dessert for your holiday gathering from our bakery. Or, ask about our catering services. And, if you just need to have one less breakfast, lunch or dinner to worry about, come dine with us. We’ll save you a seat.