Seasonal Table Centrepieces

I recently wrote a tutorial article for the online furniture and homeware specialist Wayfair about making a seasonal centrepiece – I was so excited to be working with them and their lovely products. You can read the full tutorial HERE. In my research for the post though, I came across lots of gorgeous centrepieces for your Christmas dinner table, all of them based around trays. It is such a novel and cute idea and makes for easy transport if you’re taking it to someone else’s home or just need to move it when the turkey comes out.

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Top Tips for Making a Seasonal Centre Piece

  • Before you start, think about a colour scheme – I like the classic green, red and silver for Christmastime but go with what works for you and what will also match your dining room.
  • If you don’t have access to a tray, a large plate could look equally as good.
  • Using a tray shape that is different to your table shape will make it stand out and look really striking. For example, use a circular tray if you have a rectangular or square table and a square tray if you have a circular table.
  • If you use an artificial wreath in the tray for the foliage, it makes a lot less mess and means it can be used year after year. There are some really natural looking ones available these days.
  • Scented candles and hurricane holders and candles make really great features for the centre of the tray.
  • Another cute look, particularly for Christmas, is using a lantern and filling it with baubles, like in the picture above.
    • If you opt for this look, make sure you use baubles that are a similar colour theme but are all slightly different – makes for a really striking, textured look.
  • Finishing off your table, to really set off your centre piece, use a complementing table cloth or runner.

Do you tend to make your Christmas table fancy? I haven’t often done so before but certainly will be this year.

Rebecca x

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