I want to share with you a beautiful Christmas table setting created with items from Target, Wal-Mart, and Hobby Lobby! You can create a stunning table on a budget! So, let me show you how I created this table setting.
This year I decided to go with an elegant table setting using black and gold as my primary colors.
Black napkins found at Wal-Mart were paired with gold napkin rings from Target. An easy way to place a napkin into a napkin ring is by placing the napkin flat on the table, pinch it in the middle, then pull through the napkin ring.
I already had the gold plate chargers, and found the black plate chargers from Hobby Lobby. Since the black chargers were smaller, it looked perfect on top of the larger gold chargers. Next, I added silver lined white dinner plates, and salad plates with gold and silver stars from Wal-Mart.
Here is the perfect marriage; these beautiful Christmas tree plates are from Wal-Mart, and the small gold bowls are from Target.
These two dishes were made for each other!
I love making my own place cards. And, when having a dinner party, having place cards for guests makes things much easier when it comes time for seating everyone. I used black card stock, and wrote the names with a gold pen. Next, gold leaves were hot glued onto the top left corner of the place card for added elegance.
Two gold deer nestled in real greenery became the focal point for the Christmas table setting centerpiece.
Christmas Table Setting Centerpiece Idea
For the centerpiece I found a gold rimmed mirror from Hobby Lobby, and three glass candle sticks different sizes. Black candles continue with the black and gold theme.
I found a box of small black and gold ornaments, and tied them together with gold ribbon. After tying them onto the candle stick, I needed to add a little hot glue to keep them in place. When using taper candles, I purchase a candle ring also know as “Bobeche”. This keeps the candle from dripping down the candle stick and onto the table.
This is a very elegant Christmas table setting that looks like it cost hundreds of dollars! Not one item that I purchased was over $15.00, either because I purchased it on sale, or used a coupon. The most expensive items were the deer and the small gold mirror. The adorable Christmas tree plates from Wal-Mart were $3.
Well, I’m off to go figure out a menu now. Have a happy holiday!