Knowing that Christmas is coming up around the corner, we understand the utmost importance of sprucing up your dining table this festive season.
In this week’s edition of Christmas Hosting 101, we put together a quick and festive guide into creating that perfect, Instagram-worthy, table setting spread your guests will love.
1. Keep it classy
You simply can’t go wrong by ensuring that your table setting is filled with a traditional holiday colour palette of red and green.
2. Pick out a beautiful floral arrangement
Flora and fauna can be a great way to style your table for the holiday season. If you’re looking for a gorgeous floral arrangement for your tabletop this Christmas, you can check out florists like The Floral Atelier, Charlotte Puxley or Ask A French to meet all your needs.
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3. Turn your table into a winter wonderland
Since we don’t get to experience snow in sunny Singapore, why not bring winter to your dining area? For the best results, a white and gold table setting spread will look stunningly elegant at dinner this Christmas.
4. Create your own festive table centrepiece
If you have time up your sleeves and you’re feeling a little more creative, maybe a handicraft project is the way to go. Take cues from blogger Katie’s Bliss and make your very own holiday-inspired centrepieces that’s sure to liven up the merry atmosphere.
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5. Include some funky Christmas plates to add some jazz
A holiday-inspired plate with a beloved Santa Claus character or reindeer could be a wonderful addition to your table setting this Christmas.
6. Fuss-free minimalism
Take your inspiration from the Swedish giant, IKEA, by using modern tableware, cutlery, candles and some fig leaves to capture the essence of the holiday spirit.
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7. Throw in a few party crackers
Sprinkle some festive party crackers at the children’s dining area. The kids will love you for it.
8. Make it original
At the end of the day, we believe that you should have fun with your table setting this Christmas. Feel free to show a little bit of your personality by incorporating decorations that are true to your aesthetic.