Santa Claus isn’t the only guest you’ll be impressing during the holidays. Your friends and family will also be dropping by to meet and greet Christmas. And as important as Christmas tree is to the holiday home, centerpiece is the heart of Christmas table decoration. It’s the place where your guests will spend the most important time of the day and efforts must be taken to make it look good. Below you’ll find the prettiest Christmas table centerpiece decoration ideas. Take a look.

Prettiest Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration Ideas

  1. A Woodsy Centerpiece:

If you want to incorporate natural elements in your table decoration, this easy peasy DIY Christmas table centerpiece is the one for you. All you need to do is fill a glass trifle container with cinnamon sticks, dried citrus, unshelled nuts, and artificial cranberries. Place it on a polished wooden sliced and it’s ready for placement.

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  1. Set It With Pinecones:

Here’s another easy to create a Christmas table centerpiece. You just need to arrange a clear vase filled with flowers of your choice, candles and pinecones on a platter. Isn’t that easy? Try to opt for contrasting colors to make the arrangement stand out.

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  1. Hershey’s Kisses Centerpiece:

Just look how colorful and beautiful this Christmas table centerpiece looks! It will double up as a dessert holder as well, with your guests enjoying delicious bite sized Hershey’s Kisses after dinner. But we’re sure kids will be the first ones to finish it off, as it will be at-hands reach.

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  1. Topiary Centerpiece:

Christmas table decorations will not get merrier than this. This centerpiece, featuring a topiary made using Santa hats will definitely catch the eye of your guests. It doesn’t just look festive, but is also edible (not the entire centerpiece) since it incorporates candy canes.

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  1. Cranberries And Greens:

Here’s another natural and beautiful idea to liven up your Christmas table. To create this beautiful Christmas table centerpiece, you need to fill a clear glass jar first with water, followed by cranberries and greens. This arrangement won’t even take ten minutes of your time.

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  1. Kiss-Mas Tree Centerpiece:

It seems like Hershey’s Kisses are very popular with bloggers for creating extraordinary Christmas centerpieces. This unique looking centerpiece is made by attaching green, red and silver colored Hershey Kisses to a foam cone. This gives it an appearance of a Christmas tree. The tree topper is also looking very quirky.

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  1. Make Use Of Fruits:

For this nature inspired tabletop centerpiece, you need to place pillar candles, pinecones, clementines and evergreen branches on a mirror. If you cannot get hold of oranges, you can use red apples or pears for a traditional décor. Either way, it will look very beautiful.

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  1. Cranberries And Candles:

This simple, yet magnificent centerpiece is made by placing five votive candles on a red platter filled with frozen cranberries and pine leaves. Dust some artificial snow on the cranberries to give it a winter wonderland look.

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  1. An Oversized Candle:

An arrangement of pillar candles, ornaments, ribbons and pinecones will also make a stunning centerpiece for your Christmas table. Instead of buying a readymade candle, how about making the candle yourself. Trust us, it isn’t as difficult as it seems. Just don’t leave the candle unattended.

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  1. Ornament Platter:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

If you want something colorful for your Christmas table, you can achieve it by filling a silver bowl or platter with bright colored ornaments. Next, place the bowl on a cake stand, and cover the space with evergreens and holly leaves. You’re sorted.

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  1. Bring Home The Outdoors:

Bring home the splendor of the outdoors by decorating your Christmas table with a centerpiece made by arranging large pinecones, fresh greenery, wooden slices and mercury glass. We’re totally loving the cream napkins with deer printed on it. It’s accentuating the woodsy theme of this centerpiece.

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  1. Woodland Centerpiece:

Create a woodland centerpiece by placing a small white reindeer figurine on a platter filled with pinecones, rosemary, birch bark candle and a pail bucket. The best feature of this centerpiece is that it can be placed on a shelf or coffee table also, wherever you think it will look best.

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  1. A Wooden Box:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

You can even create a wooden box filled with greens, cranberries and candles to make the focal point of your Christmas table. Not just Christmas, you can use it throughout the year as your table’s centerpiece. Just keep changing the greens regularly.

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  1. Cozy Centerpiece:

This centerpiece looks so cute and cozy. You can recreate it by filling a glass dish with pine boughs, fresh clementines and of course, a candle nestled in a luminary. Try to get citrus scented candles to make the display smell as good as it looks.

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  1. A Mini Christmas Tree As The Centerpiece:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

You can even consider making a mini Christmas tree the centerpiece of your Christmas dining table. A white artificial Christmas tree, housed in a pail bucket would do the needful. Don’t forget to decorate the tree with paper stars and LED lights.

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  1. Epsom Salt Luminaries:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

Make your Christmas feast a bit more appetizing by placing these Epsom salt luminaries as the table centerpiece. It will add a soft glow to your surroundings.

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  1. Gift Bag Centerpiece:

Brown paper gift bags have never looked so glamorous before. You need to brush white paint on the edges of the brown paper bag to make it look like a snowy. Next, stuff branches and pines in the bag and then wrap it with a star adorned twine. A minimal, neutral and beautiful Christmas table centerpiece is ready.

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  1. Birch Tiers:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

What do you think are the best features of winters? Snow flocked pine trees, the thick blanket of snow or beautiful lightning welcoming Christmas? So why not invite all these beautiful features into your very own tabletop by creating this gorgeous centerpiece. This centerpiece incorporates white painted birch logs set against votive candles.

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  1. Mini Christmas Trees:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

Here’s another example of boxed Christmas table centerpiece to inspire you. Make the mini versions of the Christmas tree and place them in a wooden box. Adorn the trees with cranberry garlands and everything you can lay your hands on. We’re telling you, it will create the same effect as the big Christmas trees.

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  1. A Moss Centerpiece:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

Another nature driven centerpiece. You need to fill a clear glass tray with moss and top it with votive candles. The bright green color of the centerpiece is going really well with the maroon table runner.

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  1. Mini Tree:

Nothing even can take the place of simplicity, and if someone says otherwise, never believe them. As you can see in this picture, this mini Christmas tree is making a major impact on the overall decoration. The table is kept relatively simple with just crockeries, napkins and a centerpiece.

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  1. Teal Setting:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

Teal Christmas decoration is completely rocking this year. If you’ve been unable to incorporate a teal color scheme in your decoration, there’s even an option of including it in bits and pieces. For instance, you can create a teal colored centerpiece instead of regular gold and silver one. And it’s supremely simple too as you just need to arrange jingle bells and three teal colored candles in a white serving dish. Arrange it just 15 minutes before the guests arrive.

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  1. Out And Out Green:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

This one’s an out and out green Christmas table centerpiece and we must say it’s looking very pleasing to the eyes. A cake stand, filled with a wreath and flowers is placed inside the pine leaf wreath. The idea looks very innovative and stunning to say the least.

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  1. Cake Stand Centerpiece:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

A cake platter can be used in a plethora of ways for Christmas decoration and here’s a perfect example of it. The platters are decked with cotton buds, pine leaves, pinecones and candles and put on display.

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  1. Ornament Centerpiece:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

Make a showy centerpiece this Christmas by placing contrasting colored ornaments in a clear glass vase and placing on a silver tray. Cover the empty space of the platter with faux snow and wrap the vase with matching ribbon. You’re done.

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  1. Pinecone And Berries Centerpiece:

Those who like classic and elegant centerpiece are sure to find this centerpiece appealing. Stack greens and pinecones on a platter, and decorate with cranberries. Lastly, add a pillar candle in the middle and it’s done.

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  1. Simple Cranberry Centerpiece:

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

Here’s another easy DIY Christmas table centerpiece idea. Fill a transparent jar with faux snow, top it with loads of cranberries and greens and you’re done.

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  1. A Floral Arrangement:

 

A floral centerpiece will also look magnificent, provided it’s done in an elegant and stately way.

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  1. Christmas Galvanized Tray Centerpiece:

 

 

Christmas Table Centerpiece Decoration

Give your house a rustic makeover by placing this raw centerpiece on the table.

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  1. Give It A Cranberry Glow:

We totally love this Christmas centerpiece for its bright and festive color. A glass cylinder is filled with red pillar candle and then surrounded with fresh cranberries. To give it an even more glamorous look, place a few vintage ornaments at the base of the cylinder and you’re sorted.

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You’ll create the most festive table with any of these Christmas table centerpiece decoration ideas. Which of these Christmas table centerpiece decoration ideas did you like the most? Let us know by commenting below.

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