Christmas Party Decorations Ideas

It’s this time of the year again. You know what we are talking about- the most wonderful time of the year. It’s time for frantic last minute shopping, wrapping the presents, writing the cards. It’s time for eggnog in front of the fire place and quiet nights with gentle Christmas songs. Yes, indeed, it is time for Christmas. And apart from giving, one of the most integral aspects of Christmas is the decoration of the house. For some people the decoration of the tree and the house means fun for the whole family, for some is done to impress and surpass the neighbours in a festive competition, for others is just the cheering up the house in an elegant way.

Whichever goal you set yourself for the decoration of the house; it is always good to have some new, fresh ideas. Here is a list of some of our suggestions and ideas that could help you with spicing up this year’s Christmas feast a bit.

Majestic Christmas Party Decorations

In the centre of any feast and decoration is the dining room. Here is an idea of how to decorate your dining room for a Christmas party with elegance and in a relatively low cost. Some colourful green, red and white paper, when styled in the shape of  bows, little Christmas trees and wreath, and positioned around the room make for a wonderful and elaborate decoration.

Red and White Themed Christmas Party Decor

Here is another money saving idea of a homemade Christmas party decoration for your living room. This one is on the side of the white cloud of sweet goodness. Simply use predominantly white and red candy and cakes to create a real festive cheer in your house. For the families with kids out there, be aware that your decoration could disappear before the end of Christmas.

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Fun and Merry Decor

Here is a bit of an unconventional way to decorate for Christmas, but a way that would make the children of the family very happy, a banners and balloon Christmas party decoration. Use some green and red balloons to create a Christmas tree and presents. We know that banners and balloons are usually used for birthday’s, however, Christmas is celebration of a birthday after all.

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Christmas Treat Party Decorations

Have you done everything else around the house, but you are expecting guests for lunch over at Christmas. The photo below is an idea how to create your perfect Christmas tea table. Use red and white and a lot of candy and chocolate, with a centrepiece of ginger bread. The more red candy the more cheerful your elegant table will be, for a Willie Wonka style of a table.

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Beautiful Christmas Party Decor

Why not expand on the tea table and create something more cheery elaborate and colourful. With the ad of more candy, green colour and chocolate cups. Go full on Willie Wonka with your tea table, at Christmas no amount of candy and ginger bread is too much. Style them into Christmas trees, mistletoes, candy canes and berry wreaths.

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Red and Green Combo

If you acquire some Christmas festive dishes and table cloth you could turn your everyday table into a table for a Christmas feast. Here is an idea of how to do it. Simply use a polka dot plates, napkins and table cloth in red, green and white and combine them with some simple Christmas decorations instead of flowers. Add a piece of candy cane on every napkin and you will get a simple, but very cheery effect for your dinner table.

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Christmas Party Table Backdrop

Another combination of paper and candy. Put white and red candy on some mini trees framing your tea table and cakes. Use paper to turn the wall behind the table into one giant present box with bows on it.

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Be Merry Decor

The only thing more traditional for Christmas than the big Christmas tree covered in candy canes is the ginger bread house and ginger bread biscuits. Keep your decoration traditional with abundance of ginger bread and candy cane this Christmas.

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Candy Cane Decorations

What is a Christmas without candy cane? We put it into the mantel piece socks, we put them on the mantel piece, and we put them on the tree. As candy cane is a cheap decoration it can always be bought in bulk and have in excess to use around the house for decorations. Tied with a red bow to a candlestick, it makes for some very pretty decoration.

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Holiday Party Decoration Ideas

Do you have some green, red and white paper plates left over from the kids’ party? How about some wooden cutlery? Wood is a Christmas tradition, use some decorated Christmas candle and create a cheery and traditional Christmas table without the hassle of washing dishes later.

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Santa-themed Christmas Table Set-up

Here’s an idea of how to create an elegant and original Christmas decoration for your official Christmas dinner. Impress your relatives with the simple elegance of a table in red, black and gold by creating Santa’s coat and belt out of table cloth. Simply put a narrow but long black cloth over the red table cloth and hook it through a square, gold buckle made of carton and cloth. Add gold plates, black napkins and mistletoe to finish the elegant ensemble.

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Snowman Christmas Tables

Here is an idea for a simple and yet quirky decoration for a large Christmas party either with relatives or in the office. It’s a simple and ingenious use of a traditional and simple white cloth with stitched black patches in the resemblance of a snowman.

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Christmas Balls

An elegant idea of a decoration for a buffet table with coloured glass Christmas balls, chocolates and sweets. As much as the beautiful and elegant looking sweets are the centre of the table, adding some traditional house decorations would greatly enhance the presentation of the buffet table.

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Plaid and Tartan Christmas Party Decorations

Christmas is probably the only time when less isn’t more, when even tacky is accepted, so why restrict yourself? Get all these cookie jars out, put as much candy and cakes on the table, as you can. Go cheery colourful, go overboard. It’s a Holly, Jolly Christmas!

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Simple Christmas Party Table Set-up

For housed who simply do not have the space for the big, romantic green Christmas tree with an Angel on top, don’t despair. You can get creative, find a small decorative tree with bare branches and put on it some simple decoration, place it on the buffet table and place the gifts and some more decoration under it.

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Santa Buffet Table

Make is a bright and joyful for the children by creating a Father Christmas table. If you already have the big sparkling tree and want something more to add into the grand decoration, why not make a table full of candy and presents. Add a wall of wrapping paper and a Father Christmas to watch over the presents and drink the milk.

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Easy Christmas Party Decoration

For those who like to bake-why not turn your creations of sweet goods into part of the very decoration by making them resemble Christmas ornaments. Simply cut some paper into snowflake dollies and hang it at the background to achieve an elegant and eye catching effect.

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Family Christmas Party Decoration Idea

Here is an idea for some very simple, but memorable Christmas family party decoration. Get your white dressing table by the tree; use the space under to store the gifts neatly. Turn the wall behind into a portal with a red ribbon and some Christmas tree ornaments. Tie small green and red bows to lids and jars.

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The Grinch-themed Christmas Party

Are you a movie lover? Have you always wanted to do a themed party? Here’s an idea of how to create yourself a Very Grinch Christmas. Use a Grinch movie poster and suspend it at the centre wall by a garland. Use an abundance of greens to create that distinctive for the green monster hue.

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Candyland Christmas Party

Everyone had spent a lot around Christmas for food and gifts and there isn’t always many spare funds left for elaborate decoration. Here is an idea for beautiful, but on the budget decoration. Paper is relatively cheap cover some carton plates in coloured paper until they appropriate the look of boiled sweets then place them around the window. You could create some carton columns wrapped in white and red wrapping paper. Use the same white and red patterned ribbon to create a wreath out of it and pine tree branches.

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School Christmas Party

Not only our homes are decorated for Christmas, the decorations could be seen all over the city streets, shops, offices. Here is an idea of a simple and quick, but very effective and creative decoration for a classroom or a diner. It is as simple as wrapping the table tops with table cloth to resemble giant presents

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Rustic christmas party

For a rustic, Scottish countryside feel of you Christmas decoration, use undecorated, small Christmas trees in pots. Put your candles and food trays on pieces of pine tree trunks, and use the pines of the pine tree to build a bed for your centrepiece. To emphasise the Highlands feel use a tartan table cloth.

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Bright and Cheerful

Here is an idea for the contest loving people to create their own Olympic winner, glory step out of sweets, sugar and ginger bread. Tie red ribbons to the jars and lids, and hang stripes of red and white in the effects of hanging medals.

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Santa Utensil Holder

Here is an interesting and quirky idea of decorating your Christmas dinner table. Instead of the usual placement of the cutlery inside or on top of a paper table napkin, use a crocheted Santa costumes to put the forks, spoons and knives in.

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Candy Cane and Doilies

Showcase you creativity with these idea for a Christmas decoration made out of wrapping paper on the wall, carefully crafted out of red paper, dolly snowflakes and other paper ornaments like little pain trees and elves. For the full and best effect, put red, white and green sweets and cakes on the table.

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Elegant Christmas Party Tables

Christmas in the office? Not very predipositioning for letting loose your festive creativity, however, this simple and elegant solution for the banquet tables could win you a few points with HR. Cover the tables with green cloth and put the traditional wiry Christmas tree and a Santa figure at the centre of them. Use green and red for plates and glasses and a candy cane besides each guest’s plate.

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Gold and Silver

Have a magical and unconventional Christmas. Instead of white, red and green, use gold, bronze and platinum. Use fairy lights, thin golden veil as a background and wiry, bras coloured Christmas trees. Cover them with sparkly fabric and golden hues and create the dreamy magical bedroom of Jasmine.

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Elegant in Gold and Black

If you want to create the effect of sophisticated, Royal elegance the best combination for the Christmas dinner table decorations would be in the colours of gold and blue. Bring out the black leather chairs, or alternatively cover them in black fabric and cover the tables with black table clothes. The black should provide the base for the gold plates and ornament to shine on.

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Fabulous Christmas Party Decoration

The crystal blue of the wither tales of Ice Queens is a very beautiful colour, and a very appropriate for the Christmas decorations. Bring the Winter tales of ice and ephemeral beauty inside your home with these white and blue decorations. Use a white cloth as the basis of the snowy ground, white plastic tree. Use a lot of glass, crystals and silver.

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Winter Christmas Party

Here is another wonderful white Christmas theme for a buffet table. Use predominantly white and blue with plates full of ginger bread cookies with winter topics icing, sweets and board on which to drawn a Christmas song’s traditional quote.

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