When Christmas comes near, you will be getting ready for it. This may come in the form of organising a Christmas party, going shopping for gifts or cooking and baking. There are a lot of ways you can get prepared for the winter holidays! Naturally, you might also think about arranging your home in some lovely ornaments which will bring a Christmas ambience to your house. Perhaps you might put them together by yourself or you might buy them from a store. Either way, you will definitely give your home a new look for the festivities. You may be in search of Christmas table centrepieces. If so, take a look through our pick of 25 homemade Christmas table decorations!
1. Create a Wintery Atmosphere – Christmas Table Centrepieces
One way to decorate your table for Christmas is with a whole assortment of winter foliage. First of all, you will need to find a plain tray, on which you can place all sorts of items. This might include a lantern, in which you place a candle. When night arrives you will be able to light the candle, which will lend the room a warm glow. Also make sure to place some pinecones onto the tray, as well as sprigs of berries or dried flowers.
2. A Tray of Candles – Lovely and Simplistic
You don’t need to put together something extremely extravagant for Christmas for your table centrepiece. After all, sometimes less is more! Taking this into consideration, use some earthy and natural elements, arranging them on a tray. This might come in the form of laying fir leaves, as well as pinecones, onto it. Then it will be time to add some candles. You might consider adding flameless candles, to prevent them from burning any of the leaves or natural elements of the tray. If not, you can always place larger candles on the tray.
3. Floating Candles – Beautiful and Refined Ideas
There are so many ways to create gorgeous table centrepieces for the winter holidays. Perhaps you have been looking for something elegant and beautiful. Firstly, you will need to find some empty vases or jars and fill them with water. You can add some berries to the water as well as fir leaves. This will look amazing, especially when you light the candles. Place the candles on top of the water, allowing them to float effortlessly. These floating candles will definitely add a romantic and whimsical ambience to your home.
4. A Tray of Winter Goods – Homemade Christmas Table Decorations
Maybe you have a tray at home, which is two or three-tiered. If so, make sure to use it for your Christmas decorations, instead of placing sweets or desserts on it. On each tier of the tray, arrange fir leaves, pinecones, and sprigs of winter berries. Another fabulous thing to place on the tray is a string of fairy lights, which you can wrap around the foliage of the tray. The fairy lights will illuminate this piece of table décor in soft light. So if you are looking for something gorgeous and easy to put together for Christmas, give this a try!
5. Vases of Pinecones – Easy and Innovative
Naturally, not everyone has a lot of time during the winter season to put together something complex for their Christmas table setting. If you need an easy solution to make your table look fantastic for the winter holidays, check out this idea! All you have to do is collect some pinecones in a nearby park or in your garden. Then it is time to start arranging the pinecones in vases or larger jars. For an additional touch, you can wrap some fairy lights around the pinecones. Turn on the lights during the evenings and nights for a warm, wintery glow.
6. Create a Miniature Christmas Tree – Cute and Chic
Another fabulous idea is to create a miniature Christmas tree for the centre of your table. After all, what will bring an essence of Christmas to your table, as well as a Christmas tree can? You might buy a small plastic fir tree at a shop, which you can dress up with all sorts of ornaments, including tinsel! You might build a small Christmas tree yourself with the help of fir leaves placed in water and using a vase as the trunk of the tree. Feel free to get as creative with this idea as you’d like!
7. A Feeling of Festivity – Simple and Stylish
Bring a feeling of festivity into your home for the winter holidays! You can easily accomplish this by creating a bit of Christmas table decor. Instead of creating a piece of decor, which is too fancy, keep to making something simple yet stunning! If you have a glass bowl or vase, pour some gravel into the bottom of it. Then arrange some pinecones on the gravel in the shape of a ring. As a final touch, all you will need to do is place a candle in the middle of the pinecones. This is one of many ways of creating something simplistic and gorgeous for any of your tables!
8. A Cute Snowman – Adorable Christmas Table Centrepieces
There are loads of table decoration ideas which revolve around candles, pinecones and fir leaves. Maybe you are in search of something different and new! Why not create an adorable snowman for your table. You can create the head of the snowman out of a foam ball. Attach some buttons to it, creating the eyes and mouth of the snowman, as well as a triangular-shaped orange fabric, as if it were a carrot for the nose. You can place the head of the snowman on the foliage of pine leaves and holly. Also, make sure to add a hat to the top of your snowman’s head.
9. Unique Candleholders – Handmade Christmas Table Decorations
For an earthy and rustic look, you might try this idea a try. It’s all about using the branch of a tree and cutting it up into pieces, allowing each piece to stand on a tray or plate. You will have to carve out the tops of the branches, in order to place a candle in each one! These candleholders will definitely deliver that earthy look you might be going for this Christmas!
10. A Set of Red Candles – Traditional and Homely
Here is another fabulous way of showing that less is sometimes more. All you need for this table decoration idea is a slice of a log, on which you lay some fir leaves, pinecones, sprigs of berries and some holly. Then place three or four red candles on it, for that real Christmas ambience. So if you don’t have much time to put something together for the holidays, this will be super easy to do not to mention will look terrific!
11. Getting Creative – Wine Glasses as Candle Holders
Find a new and unique way of arranging your candles for the holidays! All you need to do is place some Christmas tree ornaments into wine glasses. Then turn them upside down, making sure that the ornaments don’t fall out, and place them on a tray. Now all you will have to do is place a candle on the foot of each wine glass. Decorations such as these don’t require much time to put together and they reuse things you already have, making them cheap options!
12. Spectacular in Silver – Christmas Table Centrepieces
Why not replicate the colour of the winter landscape in your Christmas table decoration? We’re thinking about snowy and icy environments. Taking this into consideration, you will want to use a combination of silver and white for your Christmas table decoration. Place white candles on a tray and surround them with an abundance of white Christmas tree ornaments as well as silver pinecones. Try painting the pinecones yourself with some spectacular silvery spray paint!
13. An Advent Wreath – Perfect for the Holidays
If you celebrate Advent as well as Christmas, why not create a beautiful Advent wreath as your table centrepiece? This might include creating a wreath using sprigs of berries or holly and placing it on a plate. You can then place four candles onto the place again, each candle symbolising the Sundays before Christmas.
14. Mason Jar Designs – Homemade Christmas Table Decorations
Maybe you are trying to find a simple and inexpensive idea for decorating your tables with. What about using mason jars as candle holders? Naturally, since we are talking about Christmas decorations, you will have to make sure to give your mason jars a wintery look. Achieve this by filling the bottom of the jars with a bit of white sand, resembling snow. You can tie some white lace around the necks of the jars and attach some pinecones to them.
15. A Small Christmas Tree – Cute and Wintery
What will express and channel a sense of Christmas better, than a Christmas tree? Buy a small, potted fir tree, which you can place on your table. Then simply decorate the miniature tree with some fabulous ornaments. This is certain to bring an essence of Christmas into your home!
16. Santa Claus – Is Coming to Town
There is a whole variety of ideas which you can use as a Christmas table centrepiece. One of these ideas involves using Santa Claus as inspiration! You will have to buy a Santa Claus doll and place it facing upside down on your table in the middle of a pile of leaves and ornaments. As if it were climbing down a chimney to deliver an array of annual Christmas presents.
17. A Christmas Bouquet – Christmas Table Centrepieces
How about sticking to a traditional type of table decor for Christmas? A simple idea is to use a bouquet of flowers as a table centrepiece for the winter holidays. To add a truly wintery vibe to your bouquet, make sure you include some fir leaves to it, as well as hanging ornaments from the bouquet.
18. A Gorgeous Angel – Best Ideas for Christmas
Angels have become a symbol of Christmas, so it would only make sense to use one for your Christmas table decor! A figurine of an angel standing amongst a pile of fir leaves or placed in the middle of the wreath is a fabulous idea.
19. A Cute Pinecone – Growing it in a Pot
Get ready for the winter holidays with this adorable pinecone in a pot! All you will need to do is place a pinecone in a pot. You can attach a small star to the top of the pinecone. This will make it look like a pinecone Christmas tree!
20. Mason Jar Vases – Homemade Christmas Table Decorations
Here is a stunning idea on how to create some lovely vases to place winter bouquets in! Instead of buying expensive vases for your room, simply find a few mason jars and coat them in gold paint! You can place the jars in a tray which is wrapped with fairy lights, for a warm illumination! If this doesn’t exude Christmas vibes, we don’t know what will!
21. Berries and Candles – Delicate and Tasteful
Would you like to keep your Christmas table centrepieces delicate and tasteful? Then check out this idea! Arrange a few candles on a ceramic tray. Then surround them with an abundance of all sorts of berries and some fir leaves. This decor is also a perfect example of less is more!
22. Silver and White – Stunning Christmas Table Centrepieces
Put together a small winter wonderland on your table! You can easily achieve this by arranging silver and white ornaments on a tray and place it in the middle of your table. Coat some pinecones, sprigs of berries and holly leaves in either silver or white paint. Add some white candles as well, which you can light during the evenings!
23. A Box of Joy – Joy to the World
Another easy way of organising some decor is by placing them all in a box! This might include some fir leaves, pinecones, holly, mistletoe and poinsettia. Then put a candle in a mason jar and place it in the middle of the box. This box of winter foliage will bring joy to your home!
24. An Adorable Idea – Santa’s Little Helper
You might already have found a perfect Christmas table decoration. But you might feel that there’s something missing. If so, why not add a Christmas character to your decoration? This might mean a figurine of a small elf, one of Santa’s helpers! Or even Santa himself. Whatever brings a prominent Christmas vibe to your table decor, make sure to use it!