By Renae Frey

How to Create a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tablescape

How to Create a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tablescape

Hey Friends!

Welcome! I am so glad that you are here. I always enjoy our time together. It’s so hard to believe that we are talking about everything Christmas already. Have you decided on your Christmas decorating theme yet? I absolutely love the French Blue Color, so that is what I have decided to use as my inspiration this year. Today, I am going to show you How to Create a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tablescape.

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I’m going to share my best tips, tricks and ideas for creating an elegant Christmas dining table-perfect for your holiday entertaining. Come on, I’ll show you.

An easy and elegant table setting.

Ooh, la la! I love French Blue

Blue has always been my favorite color, but for some reason I have never decorated for Christmas using the color blue. Weird, huh? So, this year is the year and I just couldn’t be more excited! Let’s get this table decorating party started.

I started by laying out two French blue satin table runners. The table runners were narrow and I really wanted the blue to be the star here. This set of French Blue table runners come in a 12 pack and is super affordable. I know, you are probably thinking “why in the world would I need 12 runners that are exactly the same?” I thought the same thing. Then I thought of all of the great reasons to have 12 identical table runners. If one gets stained, you have a backup. You can easily make matching napkins with the other runners. You can use the extra runners to make bows with and top your Christmas tree, add to a wreath for your front door or add to the garland on your stairway banister. I could go on for days, but that isn’t why you stopped by, is it?

This table decor is so easy and you probably already have these items at home.

Next, I added some eucalyptus and pine greenery. You could use faux or real or a combination of both. I used real eucalyptus and faux pine greenery. Here are some great options-here, here, here and here.

I love these vintage silver birds.

For the main centerpiece, I added a silver tray right in the middle of the table. I’m keeping my centerpiece low, so the the guests can see each other across the table. Then I added some crystal candlesticks. I love the flicker of candles during the holidays-it feels so magical. Get candlesticks here, here, here and here.

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I tucked greenery and a few sparkle picks around the candles and birds.

The Place Setting

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I love the simple yet elegance of this place setting.

I started this place setting with a blue charger, then I topped it with a white dinner plate and a white salad plate with elegant details. Then I tied the most gorgeous French Blue satin ribbon around a beautiful white cloth napkin, and tucked a sprig of greenery. And the cutest little detail ever, is the silver jingle bell tied with a gingham check ribbon.

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21 thoughts on “How to Create a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tablescape”

  1. What a gorgeous tablescape! I adore the gorgeous touches of blue. The bells are such a sweet touch. So happy to be on tour with you!

  2. Renae this table is stunning. You set the most beautiful tables!

  3. Every detail is so beautiful! Happy hopping with you!

  4. Beautiful use of greenery. I love the abundance of it down the center of the table and one small snip on each plate.

  5. Your dining room table is gorgeous! I love French blue as well! Happy Thanksgiving!

  6. Such a beautiful table! The evergreens are so, so pretty! Beautifully done, Renee!

  7. Omgoodness Renae, elegance just oozes from you, doesn’t it?? The table is so lovely! Pinned 😊

  8. Kathy A

    Your table is beautiful. I think the runners in a 12 pack were for weddings or parties. I would use some to make pillow covers and reusuable gift bags; it would keep everything the same shade of blue!

  9. Crystal

    How elegant Renae! I am such a fan of blue and truly love this shade. It has been fun hopping along on the blogs with you!

  10. This is absolutely gorgeous, Renae! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm-pinned!

  11. Robin

    Very pretty table scape. However, the package creases in your runner are still clearly visible outside the greenery. If you go all out to decorate, why do you not take the extra few minutes to press the linen?

    1. Thank you so much for your input, I really appreciate it. Happy New Year.

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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