During the Christmas holidays, we want everything to turn out perfectly. We buy gifts well in advance, look for recipes that will conquer the palates of the household, decorate the house… and decorate the table. How to decorate the Christmas table with class? Learn 4 tricks. They will make this Christmas truly magical.
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The right setting for the Christmas Eve table can work wonders!The first trick is bows. Tie red ribbons around the chairs. This will make them look very festive and many a guest will smile at the sight of them. You can also decorate your glassware, such as wine glasses, with the bows.
An alternative to bows are wreaths, such as those made of fresh twigs. They will not only look beautiful, but also smell good. In addition, you can decorate them with ribbon or small baubles. You can be sure that they will impress your guests.
Candles in the natural edition
Candles, candles and more candles. If you want your Christmas Eve table to impress everyone with its true splendor, then put some candles in the center. You can opt for scented candles to stimulate another sense. We are sure that no one will leave from such a table immediately after dinner.
Candles in the water
You can also place small warmers in water: in glasses, glasses or decorative jars. Put plants in the water to give the whole thing character.
Paper Christmas trees
You can conjure up a real work of art from a piece of paper. You can cut Christmas trees out of decorative riskies, create 3D decorations, make personalized greeting cards or beautiful garland. Grab your scissors and act.
You can make the paper star yourself or buy it in stores during the holiday season. Decorate a window or staircase. In addition, you can put led lights inside, so no one will pass by!
If you like minimalist decorations then the classic sprigs of fresh spruce combined with candles will work wonderfully as a decoration for your table. You can also use artificial snow for them.
Straight from the backyard
Natural motifs such as moss, leaves or twigs will be perfect as Christmas decorations. Most importantly – you have them right under your nose! You can spruce up a handful of leaves in gold and place them next to each plate. A coniferous branch will look beautiful accompanied by candles and pinecones.
Using plants and candles, you can also make a festive reed. After Christmas, you can keep its basis for another year.