Welcome to the third annual 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop!
Welcome back to day 10 of the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop! Today, is all about holiday Christmas tablescapes and I’m sharing a casual everyday Christmas tablescape with just the basics.
Stop by every day from December first through the twelfth for new ideas you can use to make your season brighter! Here’s this year’s 12 Days of Christmas Schedule so you can stop by each day to see what’s new:
- DIY Ornament – DIY Plaid Mounted Deer Head Ornament
- Movie craft or recipe – Polar Express Believe Framed Bell Sign
- Snowman craft – Snow Belly Snowman
- Holiday party food – Bisquick Shrimp Vegetable Appetizers
- 99 Cents Only store craft – Easy Reindeer Ornaments
- Party Games! – 12 Christmas Family Games
- Hot Cocoa Bar! – Simple Hot Cocoa Beverage Station
- Cookie recipe or tip – Festive Sparkly Glitter Oreo Cookies
- DIY Wreath – Gingerbread Table Wreath Centerpiece
- Christmas/Holiday Table setting – Casual Everyday Christmas Tablescape
- Holiday porch/entryway decor
- Christmas/Holiday Tree
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They have all been busy as Elves creating, decorating, cooking and crafting tons of new ideas for you to try this holiday season!
Casual Everyday Christmas Tablescape
Did you see my Red and White Snowflake Christmas tree? It’s full and overflowing with lots of ornaments. It’s the total opposite of my dining table. My casual everyday Christmas table is very minimal and doesn’t have extra utensils, salad plates, bowls, extra cups, or any formal settings.
Why so minimal? Well, growing up my family never had formal dinners. Our family gatherings were always very casual and done potluck style. In fact, we didn’t even sit at a table! At gatherings, everyone would sit together in a large room. The grown ups would sit on chairs and the kids would sit on the floor around folding tables. Really, a formal tablescape is sort if a foreign thing for me, so I keep my casual everyday Christmas tablescape super simple.
For my simple casual everyday Christmas tablescape, I chose a red tablecloth for color and added silver snowflake chargers and 2016 Target holiday plates and cups. Since I still haven’t found the perfect table runner, I used ribbon to outline a runner. The centerpiece is a gingerbread table wreath that only takes 15 minutes to make.
Here’s a close-up of the setting. The napkins are tied with glitter ribbon and mini pine cones. If I had to do it again, I wouldn’t use glitter ribbon as bits of glitter were flaking off onto the napkin…grr.
And there you have it, my casual everyday Christmas tablescape. For more holiday tablescape inspiration, check out the other links below.
Be sure to visit our fellow 12 Days of Christmas Bloggers below for even more creative ideas this holiday season!