We can make our own Christmas centerpieces without the need for large financial investments, we can do it with elements and materials that are at home and in simple steps, the result will be a very cozy Christmas center.
Combine natural elements, textures and materials for a beautiful Christmas table decoration. Arrange birch bark vases (or pots) and candles on a tray and surround with evergreen branches and pine cones. Add a festive touch by placing red poinsettias in the vases and some gold Christmas decorations between the branches.
Easy decoration centerpiece
The elegance of the Christmas table does not have to come in a very expensive or ostentatious package. This elegant center comes together with the most basic elements. Stack glass ornaments in a pyramid on top of a compote, adhering the ornaments together with glue dots. Surround the centerpiece with more red accents: ornaments on top of candle holders and some red votive cups.
Secondary role Christmas centerpiece
When your Christmas table has a lot of other elements (cushions on chairs, pretty napkins, festive plates), keep the centerpiece simple. A red pot with greenery and berries makes a nice central focal point.
Christmas ornament centerpiece
Holiday guests will love this two-minute Christmas centerpiece idea. Place metallic glass globe decorations on a low marble plate, and that’s it. You’re done! We like an unexpected combination of bright pinks and cobalt blue.
Christmas centerpiece with cake stand
This two-story idea starts with cute gingerbread cutouts. We chose a deer pattern. Carefully layer the cookies with cut vegetables, pine cones and Christmas decorations. It’s almost too cute to eat!
Autumn style Christmas centerpiece
Use a colorful ‘Autumn Leaves’ poinsettia for this simple centerpiece. Place the poinsettia in a colorful planter and layer with wrapped Christmas presents and paper tree toppers to create a festive centerpiece.
Christmas garden centerpiece
Poinsettias are a favorite Christmas centerpiece, but pairing them with another element, like topiaries atop large candle holders, takes this holiday table setting to the next level.
For cohesion, place poinsettias in vases that match your candle holders. For a subtle Christmas centerpiece, we suggest using lighter shades of poinsettias so as not to distract from the amazing tablescape and dinner.
Gingerbread House Christmas Centerpiece
If you’re serving your Christmas feast at a round kitchen table, utilizing the small space is key. For a Christmas centerpiece that leaves plenty of space, use a small mason jar and transform it into a Christmas gingerbread centerpiece.