Are you hosting a holiday get-together or dinner this year? If the answer is yes, then we’ve got a few simple, yet festive, embellishments to make your dining table merry and bright! Find great ideas for holiday entertaining and hostess gifts right here.
Tablecloths and runners come in all shapes and sizes. They can add texture, color, and even a little sparkle to your dining table. Place a wine glass filled with seasonal decor, turn it upside down to create a centerpiece, then add a pillar or decorative candle on top. We used miniature Christmas ornaments in shades of gold, silver, and red to fill our glass. Votive candle holders work as holders for those extra salt and pepper shakers needed on the table. Create your own wine glass charms by using any extra miniature Christmas ornaments. Thread a ribbon through the ornament/bulb, then tie around stem of the wine glass and place the glass on a fancy coaster. This will allow your guests to keep track of their glass throughout the evening. You can also personalize by writing their name on the ornament.
Holiday Entertaining Links We Love:
Collier Flatware (Gold)
Christmas Icons Boxed Appetizer Plate Set
Glad Tidings Porcelain Salad Plate Set
Certified International Retro Christmas 4 piece dessert set
Better Homes & Gardens Heritage Dinner Plate Set
Season’s Greetings Plates Set of four
Holiday Wine Glasses
Pfaltzgraff Set of 4 Winterberry Wine Glasses
Mikes Cheers Party Wine Glasses
Christmas greenery, twigs, and berries create a warm ambience to the dining table. The options are endless of what you can do when it comes to centerpieces. Add holiday flare to the center of your dining table with festive flowers, wreaths, or pinecones. Our DIY candy cane place card holders will only take you minutes to make. Use three regular, or mini, candy canes and secure with double-sided tape or glue to make easels for your place cards. Add the finishing touches by placing a ribbon around the candy canes. Our mini santa hats serve as the adorable holders for our gold silverware. Christmas dinnerware with holiday scenes, patterns, words, and phrases are a jolly way to jazz up any place setting and represent the season!
Don’t forgot to show thanks and gratitude to your host and/or hostess with a special little something. Wine, chocolate, and candles are well-liked by most and will be sure to get you the invite back!
Hostess Gift Ideas: