Have you ever created a winter tablescape?? I am so excited to share 6 amazing winter wonderland table decor ideas with you!
It’s tablescape day for my monthly dinner club group and this month is all about cozy winter. I can’t wait for you to see the winter tablescape and winter centerpiece ideas we have to share with you!
If are coming over from Jessica at The Old Barn, welcome! I’m so glad you are here, and wasn’t her winter dinner tablescape so beautiful??
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I just love creating tablescapes and sharing them with you! This one was so fun to put together using mostly winter table decor things I already had.
winter wonderland place settings
For my tablecloth, I actually used an ivory velvet curtain panel that I thrifted recently. I found 2 velvet panels for $4.99!!
I really didn’t know what I was going to do with them, but I just couldn’t pass them up.
So glad I didn’t because it made a perfect tablecloth for my winter wonderland tablescape!
Next up, was my table runner. I used a crocheted scarf, and you guessed it, this was thrifted too!
$2.00 for the win!!
The crocheted scarf was layed down the center of my table on top of the tablecloth.
I don’t normally use a tablecloth and a runner, but I really wanted a layered and cozy look for this particular winter tablescape.
I recently bought some galvanized chargers at Hobby Lobby on sale for 50% off. I will be able to use these with many other tablescapes so it was a super inexpensive investment.
Large white felt snowflakes that I picked up at the dollar store were the perfect size for a placemat.
6 placemats, for $6.00!1 You can’t beat that!
I started with the galvanized charger, then layered the felt snowflake on top.
Layers of a white dinner plate, and a white salad plate were placed on top of my felt snowflake placemats at each place setting. And a white linen napkin was folded and tucked between the two.
I ordered children’s mittens last year to use as silverware holders on my New Year’s Day tablescape, and they were perfect for this cozy winter wonderland table too.
They were very inexpensive, and you don’t have to have many pair, since you only need 1 mitten at each place. Therefore, a pair will take care of 2 place settings.
winter wonderland centerpiece
For my centerpiece, I used a large ivory urn that I already had, and cut branches from my yard to fill the urn.
Since I wanted an all white theme, I sprayed them white with some left over spray paint I had from another project. Super quick and easy, and didn’t cost a thing!
I thrifted several white milk glass vases recently for $1.00 each and they made perfect candleholders for my winter centerpiece.
The neck of the vases was too small for my tapers so I shaved them down a bit and used this amazing candle adhesive to help hold them in place. This stuff is awesome!!
I tucked in a few small glass globes, also collected from thift stores, and placed them over large tea lights to add a bit more candlelight to my winter wonderland table. I like these tea lights in a clear container instead of the typical silver metal container.
The clear globes are actually globes from a light fixture. I see them often at thrift stores.
the finishing touches on my winter table
For placecards, I made large clay snowflakes from air dry clay.
I rolled out the clay and placed a piece of crocheted doily on top and rolled over it with my rolling pin. It created a really pretty impression in the clay and gave my snowflakes a bit more character.
I actually saw my friend Cindy at The Vintage Road do this.
Then, I used a large snowflake cookie cutter to cut my snowflakes.
Just FYI, it took several days for these clay snowflakes to air dry.
I attached a piece of white cardstock with the guests name to each snowflake with a silver ribbon.
Another fun thing I like to do for my winter and New Year’s tablescapes is use thrifted sweaters as chair slip covers.
I bought all of these sweaters at thrift stores and didn’t pay more than $5 for any of them.
I think it adds the perfect cozy touch to winter table decor.
And last, but not least, I sprinkled white artificial snow all around my table to create an authentic winter table!
I hope you have enjoyed my winter wonderland tablescape and found some inspiration here!
Next up on the tour is Jen at Midwest Life and Style. Jen always has a beautiful tablescape so you don’t want to miss it. And be sure and visit all of my friend’s tables by clicking the link below the photo.
6 amazing winter wonderland table decor ideas
blessings and stay cozy!!
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