The holidays are hectic and we are always doing a million and one things. But one of my absolutely favorite things to do for any holiday is to set up a beautiful table scape. Here are my favorite 10 holiday table scapes to help you get inspired for your holiday get togethers!
I love this setting, it’s simple and timeless and can be used year after year. I love white pumpkins because they can be taken from Thanksgiving to Christmas and incorporated into that table scape, or even moved to a fire place mantle. I also love the greenery down the table because you can use it as the first layer to every seasonal holiday table scape.
This setting is gorgeous with the beautiful floral runner. I love how its whimsical and dainty. This table is classic, and I love the candle lights and the tiny strand of lights woven into the greenery. This can be your same table setting for two holidays by adding white pumpkins for Thanksgiving and changing out those for ornaments for Christmas Day!
I love this table scape for a traditional holiday lunch, The ginger jars are perfect to use in the table and be moved to a side table or buffet when you are finished at the table.
A classic red and green table scape is so traditional for Christmas Day. I love this red truck with the faux mini trees in the back. Adorable!
I love this setting for either Thanksgiving or Christmas. It’s very vintage and harvest feeling. I love the copper chargers, and ornate flatware. The pear on every plate pulls everything together.
This table scape is gorgeous for Christmas Day and even for a New Years dinner party. I love all of the gold and mercury glass.
Classic, simple and perfect. I love this setting because you have plenty of room to add your food right on the table.
I love the mix of black and white plaid with the red. I also love that the place card is a takeaway gift for your guests. Take a few minutes to write their name on an ornament, add a bow and you have a lovely gift for your guests!
This is a DIY on a budget table scape. Your pumpkins are going to die soon, so why not paint them gold! Then go pick up some pinecones in your yard and brush the ends with the same gold paint!
Blue, silver and gold are the perfect colors for a beautiful Hanukkah table scape and can stick around for a gorgeous New Years table as well!
*All of these inspirations were found from other blogs, and Pinterest.