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15 Christmas Table Decorations To Center Your Holiday Family Dinners

The dining room is the center of all the formal dinners throughout the year and … even those fun seasonal game nights that seem to happen around the jollier of months. Make sure it’s dressed to impressed, and not in the same old bits that you’ve been using for the past five years. Let’s mix things up a bit! Below you’ll find 15 Christmas table decorations to center those holiday family dinners.

1. Edible Snowglobe

Diy edible snow globe

Just like you can gather the family and create an edible gingerbread house, you can do that same thing with a snowglobe! Hop on over to Brit + Co and grab the details. Then use it as a centerpiece for the table!

2. Star Tealights

Diy star tealights

These beauties are DIY-friendly and you can whip up several to cover a big dining room table. Hop on over to monsterscircus to grab the tutorial. You can personalize the colors too!

3. Holiday Vignettes

Diy holiday vignettes

You could even create some of your own scenes like they did at A Beautiful Mess – and then use them to decorate the tables. These can be a family project! What’s so great about this idea is how much you can personalize them.

4. Garland Layered Stand

Cake stand christmas centerpiece

Stone Gable Blog has some beautiful inspiration, especially for the holiday season. Layers of pinecones and garland wrapped around a cake stand. This is an easy DIY to accompalish with items you already have!

5. Candy Cane Hats

Candy santa hat centerpiece diy

Grab your candy canes and put them to good use like they did at DIY Candy. These Santa hat-topped hats are such a festive and kid-friendly idea.

6. Hanging Ornament Display

Hanging ornaments centerpiece diy

Check out this fun display we found at Shanty2Chic! It’s got a distinct rustic style but also a DIY vibe that’s endearing and inviting. Personalize your project with colors and ornaments you love.

7. Plaid & Greenery

Plain and greenery seasonal table

We’re swooning for this tablescape from Country Living. It’s such an easy way to decorate the table for the holidays but packs a punch. Grab some plaid and pair it with some greenery and garland for a festive look.

8. Christmas Runner

Floral christmas runner diy

With some eucalytpus and pomegranates, you’ll be able to create this runner as well. Julie Blanner will give you all the know-how behind its makings.

9. Mini Paper Trees

Diy unusual paper christmas tree

You’ll have a good time whipping up these mini trees. Check out Place of My Taste for all the details behind the construction and the berries too! It’ll be a fun way to spruce up the tables.

10. Hershey Kiss & Seasonal Candies

Hershey kisses centerpiece

This centerpiece is festive, fun, and the kiddos will want to dive right into the madness. You can utilize your holiday candy to make a piece of decor for the table. Grab the details at Smart School House.

11. Pinecone Arrangements

Christmas table pinecones

Yellow Bliss Road made a floral arrangement fit for the holidays. Some fresh florals paired with pinecones is the perfect way to breathe Mother Nature into the season.

12. Cranberry Luminaries

5 minute christmas luminaries

Here’s a more traditional piece of decor that works well on the tables. Visit Today’s Creative Life to grab all the details. They only take five minutes and add beautiful pops of color!

13. Gingerbread House Boxes

Gingerbread house boxes diy

You don’t have to go edible with your gingerbread houses. You can create boxes instead – and still have the kiddos help you! Grab the details at Oh Happy Day.

14. Pastel Bottle Brush Trees

Bottle brush tree centerpiece

We’re such a fan of bottle brush trees. We’re even more of a fan when they come in pastel shades and have a gilded, retro finish. Check out this one at Coco Kelley.

15. Christmas Tree Confetti Cones

Christmas tree confetti cones

Sugar & Cloth has the most kid-friendly and fun design of the bunch. This one is easy to create and even easier to set the table with.

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