Ever wondered why our candle decor addiction isn’t going anywhere even in this 21st Century where many energy sources are available to lit up our indoors? Well, to be honest, we do not have an exact answer but we’re of the belief that we deserve the cozy ambiance they create and the beautiful scent they leave. Plus, the dancing flames… such a treat!

We have sniffed our way through some of the best Christmas candle centerpiece ideas and jotted them down below. Read all ways to add serenity and elegance to your Christmas decorations…

Natural Christmas Candle Centerpiece

Looking for an easy centerpiece idea for your holiday table? This is it! Sabot a round hole in the apple and place a candle-holder. Tuck few evergreen twigs and berries for a finishing touch before litting the candle.

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‘Advent’urous Candle Centerpiece

Nestle four candles in a bed of evergreen, polka dots, tiny stars, and other ornaments to make a beautiful advent wreath. Suspend the wreath with red ties and finish the festive table display.

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Advent Wreath Inspiration

Set your Christmas table in style with this gorgeous advent wreath inspired candle centrepiece. This stunning piece is adorned with greenery, berries and finished with plaid ribbons cut like Christmas tree and bow knots.

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Creative Christmas Candle centerpiece

Get creative and make a colourful candle centerpiece by filling a rustic wire basket with an assortment of Pinecones, ribbons, stars, wooden horse, and many other Christmas ornaments that symbolizes the arrival of Jesus.

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Shabby Pot brilliance

Who’d say ‘NO’ to this Shabby chic style? To transform the ordinary pot into an extraordinary candle centrepiece, nestle Christmas ornaments and pop a pillar candle into the inner space.

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Festive Canning Jar

Tie a vine around the middle of a canning jar, fill two-thirds of the way with water and place a floating candle, and decorate with some evergreen sprigs. A centerpiece for an elegantly festive table is ready!

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Simple Candle Centerpiece

It’s time to take the age-old exotic star anise out into your Christmas decorations. Glue the star anise to the pillar candle and secure it with a twine or raffia. Use them as place cards by inserting a handy note with names or photos.

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Floating Cranberry Luminaria

Set the Christmassy mood with this cranberry luminaria. Pour water into the glass and float fragrant cranberries, evergreen twigs, and a pillar candle on top. To accent the warmth of the centerpiece decoration, group similar arrangements together.

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Inspiring Wine Glass Snow Globes

Illuminate your holiday table with an assortment of wine glass snow globes. Embellish the candles with holiday figurines of different shapes and sizes for achieving more elegance to the centerpiece.

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Signature Magnolia Candle Decor

Decorated with magnolia leaves, the candles placed inside an attractive glass container will be the eye-catcher during your Christmas dinner parties. And yes, don’t forget to involve your kids in decorating this simple centrepiece.

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Inviting Candle Centerpieces

Place the candle on a greenery-berry twig bed arranged on top of a compote. Make this designer-like display more attractive by using compotes of different sizes. Colourful fragrant candle fans can pick colors that match your dinner theme.

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Pinecone Fillers

Incorporate nature into your centrepiece decoration by filling a rusty rectangular tray with miniature spray painted pinecones. Then nestle soft-color pillar candles on the tray for unique ambience. Want more colors? Bring in some green and red for traditional Christmas colors.

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Holly-Berry Candle Décor

Create a fresh berry filled candle arrangement in no time. Simply take a plaid decorative ribbon and a berry snipping, wrap them around the pillar candle, and place the arrangement on a holly bed. That’s it!

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Burlap and Floral pick Embellished Candles

Light up your home for Christmas by this unique candle decoration idea. Embellish the candle with some Christmas floral picks, mini pinecones and wrap the candle using a burlap ribbon. Finish off the look by gluing a Christmas rope.

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Woodsy Rosemary Candles

Meet the romancing and woodsy rosemary candle! Wrap the dollar store candles with burlap and fragrant sprigs of rosemary. Then tie them with a Christmas twine. You can do this!!

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Glowing Tiers

To bring elegance and whimsy to your table centerpiece décor, display mini ornaments, spray painted pinecones, evergreen sprigs, tiny stars and pom-pom balls on a tiered tray. Decorate with strings of tiny Christmas lights to increase the overall appeal.

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Terra-cotta Candle Décor

Fill the terracotta pot with greenery, berry twigs, and insert scented candles. There you go! A beautiful candle décor to add more colors to your garden. Painting the terracotta pot with patio paint is an incredible way to spruce up the ambience.

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Candlelit Flower Pot

Beautify your backyard or garden décor by turning this plain planter into a stunning candle décor. Fresh holly leaves and Christmas ornaments give a unique textural contrast to this arrangement.

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Easy Christmas Candle Centerpiece

A berry sprig, two Holly leaves, a twine, and, of course, mini pinecones are the ingredients to add an autumnal touch to any too-normal Mason jar. Group few pieces the and display them on a silver pedestal as the centrepiece.

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Advent Candles

Looking for a pretty advent wreath alternative? Get a patch of moss from the garden or from the woods, arrange them in four small bowls, and place a scented colored candle. Embellish with satin ribbon, apple, few florets, and some Christmas ornaments.

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Glowing Staircase

Use a star-shaped silver tray, bits of evergreen, and some apples to add visual interest to your staircase. It can be used to decorate the counter top, shelf or mantel too. The glowing differently sized candles are sure to give a facelift.

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The Green Gratitude Box

Who needs store-bought candle centrepiece decorations these days?  A wooden crate with evergreens, rusty pinecones, and candles are all we need to create a focal point in our dining room.

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Woodland Accents

Mason jar votive holder is an easy way to add Christmas cheer this year.  Place the candles inside the jars and nestle them on a wooden crate housing the winterberries and pine cones. A centrepiece with the woodland accent is at your disposal!

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The Floating Affair

: Wanna turn away from traditional centerpieces? Try your hands at this floating rosy affair. Put some rose petals in the cylindrical bottle with water, taper the votive candles and place them inside the bottle. Place them in groups on the table.

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Simple Christmas Candles

If not anything, create this simple Christmas centerpiece for your dining room. Add the festive arrangement on a jute twine background and put some Christmas decorations so they are ready to impress your guests.

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Seeing Berry Red

Align many of these mason jars filled with cranberries, floating candle and sprigs of Christmas tree atop the dining table to create an elegant centrepiece. A welcoming centerpiece, isn’t it?

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 Simply chic centerpiece

To create this gorgeous winter themed centerpiece, you need to turn to your silver charger and pile it with some baubles, snow-themed decorations, and some pedestal candle holders.

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A Woody Platter

Throwing an unplanned holiday party?  Here’s a white-beige theme to ease out your hassle! Just arrange differently sized candles on a wooden board, embellish it with easily available pinecones and some bauble. You’re good to go!

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Effortlessly Woodsy

This centerpiece is all about subdued aesthetics. The Birch wood discs alongside pinecones and greenery are accentuating the overall holiday appeal. Place some of the mason jars containing candles on wooden discs to achieve staggering height.

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Christmassy Scenes

Create this stunning centerpiece in a flash. Place the candle on a mason jar and display it on a pedestal with evergreens and berry sprigs.

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Hypericum berry and vines

Bring dramatic ambiance to your interior decoration.  Decorate the burlap covered table with decorative vines, sprigs of evergreen, holly leaves, hypericum, berry, and pedestal candle holders.

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Floating luminous lights

Such a majestic floating centrepiece! What we loved the most is the way of placing pebbles and twigs in the glass. And pinecones and the arrangement atop birch disc are always welcome.

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Let The Colors Speak

For quick holiday centrepiece decoration, surround a pillar candle inside a glass cylinder with fresh greenery, roses, snow coated apples, berry sprigs, and rusty pinecones. Viola! Isn’t it looking like a beautiful bouquet?

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Ornamental Beauty

Place pillar candles of varying sizes, faux greenery, red berries, and red ornamnets on a tabletop for a Christmas-inspired arrangement. Don’t like the tri-colors? Bring in some golden or silver coloured ornaments to give an edge.

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Cranberry Celebration

Place five votive candles in different colors in a line down a red rectangular serving tray. Fill it with cranberries, garnish with some pine twigs and dust with artificial snow. Ready to do this stunning Christmas candle centerpiece?

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