A GUIDE TO FESTIVE TABLE SETTING THIS CHRISTMAS

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It’s beginning to look a lot like… Christmas Eve dinner parties, red-ribbon wrapped presents and reindeer-themed sweaters in cheesy family pictures.

Yep, it’s Christmas time, once again! But for this special occasion, home catering won’t do it, because it’s now all about home-made roasted turkeys, pumpkin pies and bacon-wrapped pork loin with cherries (this sounds so fancy but it’s actually pretty easy and definitely to-die-for, get it here and stop complaining) ! It’s about putting Frank Sinatra on home surround, and lightning cinnamon candles all around the house – out of children’s reach that is- and doing everything yourself! Including the Christmas Eve dinner you will be definitely hosting, where all your dear ones will join and have a nice warm time.

As for any great host, great design is imperative, and a nice festive table setting will put everyone in Christmas mood and Instagram-ing mood for sure ;)! Here are some be-autiful table designs for you to get some inspiration  for next weekend:

Simple and tasteful, with black and gold tablewear and soft-green tree deco for a touch of color. By Amanda Dawbarn, Co-founder and Creative Director of @100_layercake.

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On the same dark and precious notes, a tablescape by Sarah Sherman Samuel, Los Angeles based Designer, Art Director, and Content Creator.

realmomster christmas table

Opulent, shiny, rich and precious.

realmomster christmas table

There is nothing more beautiful than a simple holiday tablescape dotted with rustic chic touches from a fringed burlap runner to wooden chargers! See more of this holiday tablescape over at Crate & Barrel!

realmomster christmas table

Rustic Christmas dinner table – with wooden plates supports, tree cones and matching glasses. Perfect for a mountain cabin Christmas Eve!

realmomster christmas table

The elegant, contemporary all-white Christmas table is all about white tablewear, candles floating in snow, and white peonies among the greeneries. Suave, fancy and glamorous.

realmomster christmas table

Soft lila cloth napkins, gold cutlery and blueberry branches for plating deco. Simple, organic, all natural

realmomster chritmas table

Copper and Gold make for a match made in heaven, and when you combine them for the Christmas dinner table, the result is spectacular.

realmomster christmas table

A California Christmas table setting– plain white with the touch of greenery and flowers in the middle.

realmomster chritmas table

This spectacular, dark-detailed holiday table exudes glamour from every detail; perfect for a NYE party but just as matching to your Christmas Eve dinner. For connaiseurs only.

realmomster christmas table

Charming and traditional, this brunch tablescape from Sugar and Charm is enough to have you instantly running out to gather all the fresh greenery and darling touches.

realmomster christmas table

This Palm Beach Christmas tablescape from Emily McCarthy inspires goddess grace and those gold pineapple details and that pink and green color combo is a refreshing arrangement when you need a little break from the traditional holiday decor.

realmomster christmas table

Crisp white and leaf greens around the table, with a fresh bay leaf branch at the center, this Shades of Blue Interiors deco proposal feels just right.

realmomster christmas table

Though originally for a wedding featured on 100 Layer Cake, this gorgeous red tartan winter tablescape is filled to the brim with holiday inspiration. From the gold glittered taper candles to the red tartan table runner, it makes you look forward to decorating that table in one week.

realmomster christmas table

The JOY-ful, FAMILY-oriented Christmas Brunch table, with balloon letters and neutral accents. Definitely a go-to for a big, happy family.

realmomster christmas table

With all this inspo now on your hands, get your ass Christmas shopping and don’t forget about festive dinner table shopping! It might out-shine the food in case you’re no professional chef or you don’t get any help from your mother. You know what they say, the prettier the table, the tastier the food!

Enjoy, and happy holidays!

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