Christmas Table: How To Make A Table Decoration With Flowers?

If you would like to learn how to decorate a Christmas table with flowers, you are in the right place! We'll teach you how to make beaut...

If you would like to learn how to decorate a Christmas table with flowers, you are in the right place!

We'll teach you how to make beautiful Christmas floral arrangements so your party, this year, will be even more special! Shall we do this?

So let's start with some basic tips to incorporate into your Christmas decor:

  • The colors of the Christmas table: Taking into account the decoration of your home, the tablecloth and the crockery you are going to use, start by defining the base color of your arrangement. In this way, this can start as your starting point and also allows you to define whether you want a more bohemian, classic centerpiece or if you prefer something more rustic or minimalist.

  • Christmas Flowers: The Poinsettia, commonly known as Christmas Flower , is one of the most used flowers in decorations at this time. And it's easy to understand why, as its large bright red flowers with green leaves perfectly represent the tones of Christmas. Plus, they look great on any table – or decor style. However, there are other options that you can consider, especially if you are looking to bring other colors and tones to your Christmas table, such as the tranquility of white or the festivity of shades of gold or silver. We are talking, for example, about orchids, gerberas, roses, daisies and many other flowers that always make a sensation, no matter the celebration!

  • Other accessories: A Christmas arrangement is not just made of flowers. In a balanced way, opt for other ornaments such as using wreaths (Christmas lights), balls and other decorative props of the season, such as ribbons and even candles.

It can also be combined with other Christmas plants such as mistletoe or holly, as well as dry options – such as pine cones, reeds or olive branches.

Now that you have the color and elements of the Christmas branch well defined, it's time to get to work and start preparing the Christmas table. Then see step by step how and what you should do.


Prepare a Christmas arrangement in 7 steps

  1. First start by setting up the table, arranging the tablecloth and crockery (plates, glasses and cutlery). In this way, you can, objectively, have a better perception of the measures and space available, as well as how the final result will look.

  2. Also keep in mind that a table arrangement should complement, but never get in the way. Therefore, avoid arrangements that are too high, that prevent communication or that cut the fluidity in the way the other elements are arranged on the table.

  3. Now that you know how much space you really have, start by defining the base of the arrangement. If you are looking for more creative ideas than a “simple vase”, you might want to use a basket or make a wreath with pine cones, for example.

  4. Before starting to assemble everything, gather all the elements you will need, thus having everything at hand.

  5. And, of course, no impulses, no starting to cut flowers before doing a first simulation. Before arriving at the final result, it is common to make several attempts and adjustments.

  6. As we said, right now it's all about trial and error. In other words, from adjusting sizes and elements until you get the final result you want so much for your final decoration.

  7. Lastly, and to keep the flowers looking fresh, wait until just before your guests arrive to start assembling everything. In this way, your flowers will always maintain a lively appearance and will be full of freshness, allowing them to be properly appreciated.


We are sure that your flowers will make a sensation at the Christmas meal and that they will make it even more unforgettable.

Before finishing, we remind you that using real flowers on the Christmas table does not have to be limited to an arrangement or centerpiece.

There are other creative ways to incorporate flowers into Christmas decor, even on the table! In this sense, you can always make small branches that you then place on top of the plates or next to the cutlery and/or napkins. You can even choose to decorate the chairs where the guests will sit. What do you think?


We remind you that just like putting up the tree or taking care of the decorations in the house, preparing the Christmas table can also be a very fun family activity. Therefore, do not hesitate to include the rest of the family in carrying out this task.

If you have children at home, you can always ask for their help and use their drawings and craft skills to make the Christmas table even more special! In that sense, what do you think, for example, that they are responsible for creating the table markers, indicating where each person should sit? We are sure they will love it and it will make your Christmas floral arrangements even more special!



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