How to Create a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tablescape
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.
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?
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.
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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The 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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