Christmas Table Setting Ideas

Create a Gorgeous White Christmas Table

I like finding Christmas table setting ideas that won’t break my holiday decorating budget. You don’t have to own Waterford crystal glasses and Lenox dishes to make an impressive table for the holidays

This table was really fun to put together, and I saved money by using some things I already had. Some of the decorations are from Target, one of my favorite stores. I love the variety of holiday tableware available at affordable prices from Target.

I love being a frugal shopper. My water glasses were a flea market find for $12!

I decided to keep my French linen table runner instead of using a more traditional holiday runner. Because I am decorating in white, I really liked the subtle beige tone of the runner.

These are gorgeous napkins and napkin rings I found at Target!

I already had glass hurricane candle holders, so adding a little sparkle was all that was needed. I decided to use silver ball garland because it is cheap and lightweight enough to use around the candles. I just cut all the little balls apart, and then dropped them into the hurricane candle holder.

To keep a delicate soft look, keeping color at a minimum is necessary. By adding silver balls instead of colored balls, it added sparkle and interest without taking away from the white theme.

I really have a passion for trying to create stunning centerpieces. Many times I visit discount home decor stores and just shop for different ideas. These unique Christmas ball ornaments really stood out to me. The embellishments are really visually interesting and extraordinary. Texture is key when decorating in a monochromatic theme.

Flanking the large ornament bowl, are two graceful reindeer nestled in a bed of artificial snow.

One of my favorite table setting ideas is using chargers. They are inexpensive and make a world of difference. These silver chargers have a beautiful scalloped edge and really make the plates stand out.

Decorating for the holidays shouldn’t empty your wallet. It takes a little more effort to figure out inexpensive decorating ideas, but I usually find relying on your own creativity helps you come up with impressive and unique ideas!