Idea Chic Christmas Table Settings - Whimsical Modern to Traditional Christmas

We are excited to show you some unique and creative ways to incorporate little details into your holiday table settings!  We selected two styles to get the creative ideas going.  The first concept is whimsical and modern. The second table setting you will find to be more traditional.  We hope you get some chic ideas to use at your holiday gatherings. *This is a copy of a recent email to our subscribers, join here for more info and discount codes exclusive for subscribers.   

Whimsical Christmas - Dr. Seuss Inspired

We went with a turquoise blue, hot pink and white palette with a touch of silver to create this modern style.  Double topped salad and dinner plates along with an ice blue cocktail set the overall look.  We used our trefoil wrapping paper in hot pink as a place-mat.   

Our Merry and Bright Ornament tags are tied to each folded napkin to create a decorative holder.  A small gift is wrapped in the same wrapping paper with an ornament embellishment and silver ribbon tie. 

Two blue candy canes are attached together to create a unique DIY candy cane sled place card holder and a candy take away for the guest.   

Each ice blue cocktail is embellished with our holiday cheer stirrer sticks.

Traditional Christmas

We went with a red, green and white palette to create a traditional look and feel. We took a red vintage shaped frame and filled the frame with our Christmas Sayings Wrapping Paper to act as a unique charger. A clear glass plate is placed atop the frame for the wrapping paper to shine. through.  

A white napkin is wrapped with a green 1.5" grosgrain ribbon as a napkin holder.  Each ribbon is embellished with our Merry and Joy Chipboard Gift Tags and a small pine sprig.  Our evergreen pine sachet finishes the setting as a fragrant and unique gift.

A small ornament and string is attached to a simple white stirrer stick as a unique DIY option.   


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