It's time to start thinking about how you're going to decorate the table for your Christmas feast. I believe Christmas lunch is the most important meal of the year so it's only right to create a magical setting which truly celebrates this festive gathering.
We've pulled together 7 stunning looks which I promise are super simple to achieve and will only make the lead up to Christmas Day even more enjoyable.
So go ahead, pick your favourite look, crank up your favourite Christmas tunes and start getting that table ready!
7 Christmas Table Decoration Ideas
Source: Camille Styles
Create these super cute mini wreaths to use as place cards for your guests. You can follow the simple tutorial here * We've found Spotlight stocks mini wreaths which you can use as a base or alternatively, just use long cuts of rosemary and loop together to make a full circle.
Adorn your table with white & gold for a modern glam look. Use gold plated cutlery, plates or placemats, gold baubles for place cards mixed with crisp white linen, flowers and candles. Local retailers like Zara home, West Elm, H&M Home currently have gold accent dinnerware products to choose from. For further inspiration check out these beautiful pics on the Sarah Sherman Samuel blog
Create a hanging advent calendar or mini gifts for each guest to take home using this gorgeous picture from Country Style magazine as inspiration.
Source: Country Style mag
How sweet are these mini stocking cutlery holders. Find them in your local craft store, Christmas warehouse shop, bargain shops etc. The easiest thing to add some real Christmas cheer around the table.
Do you prefer to embrace the beautiful Australian Summer kind of Christmas? Why not ask your local florist to make an Australian Native Flower wreath which you can use a table centre piece show stopper!
Source: Temple & Webster
Continuing the Aussie Christmas theme, a cheaper DIY option is to grab a bunch of eucalyptus branches and spread them across the centre of the table. Tuck silver or gold toned baubles and candles throughout. Use a natural linen table cloth to complete the look. Check out these pics for more inspiration.
I can just imagine the amazing smell these DIY Cinnamon Stick Stars give off. Place them neatly on top of a folded white napkin, centred on the dinner plates. The smell of cinnamon IS Christmas. Follow this easy tutorial to create your own stars.
I hope we've inspired you to add that extra special touch to your table this year. We'd love to see how you decorate your Christmas table - share pics on Instagram using the #foodiescollective hashtag!
Merry Christmas foodies!!!