5 Tips: Christmas Tree Snow Village Table Setting

I am so excited to show you how to create this Christmas tablescape this year.  Last year I used navy and red for my color scheme, and this year I wanted to go with navy, white and gold (because of my Let It Snow Glitter Sign).  If you are looking for winter wonderland Christmas table setting ideas, try this one out.  I hope it brings a little joy and sparkle to your Christmas Season.  Here are 5 Tips:  Christmas Tree Snow Village Table Setting.

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5 Tips:  Christmas Tree Snow Village Table Setting


I would like to start off with wishing all of you a very Merry Christmas and blessings for this holiday season.  Decorating for our Lord’s birthday is an honor, and we (at our house) are just so grateful to be able to share that gift with you!  

So as you create your table setting masterpiece, do it for the Glory Of God.  And as you share in that family meal, take a minute to thank Him for everything He has provided for you.   Amen!

Ok – let’s get to decorating!!


5 Tips:  Christmas Tree Snow Village Table Setting

TIP #1:  Use Multiple Christmas Trees For Centerpiece

For the centerpiece, use 6 trees with different shapes, heights, dimensions, and textures. Just make sure to keep all of your trees in the white, ivory, and silver family to create this look.

You’ll notice that I have 2 silver trees that are 3-dimensional, one round tree, and one bottle brush tree trio.   

This is very important so that you add texture and dimension to your table.  Otherwise it will look flat.

I found all of mine at Home Goods.



Just pop in a couple of white or silver candles, some flocked greenery, and some pine cones to fill in the gaps.  

I found these adorable silver Christmas tree candle tea lights also, and knew that they would be a perfect fit here.  Aren’t they the cutest??




TIP #2:  Use White Wreaths as Chargers

If you have been following some of my posts, you will remember these little jewels from my frosted pink fall dining room decor.  These were the wreaths that I used to hang on the back of the chairs.

*They found a new home for Easter and I turned them into DIY wreath signs here.* 

Now, they found a new home  – as chargers.  Mine are metal, but you can use floral white wreaths instead.

You can also use grapevine wreaths and spray paint them white (see supplies at end of post).


Then simply place your dinner plate on top of your wreath.  I love that the wreath adds texture to the ceramic plates and bowls.



TIP #3:  Use Gold-Rimmed Dinnerware & Stemware

Add plates or glasses that are detailed with a simple gold rim or have gold pattern accents.  

My mom gave me these little gold rimmed antique glasses years ago, and they are definitely my favorite!!  They are sweet, simple, and just add a little glimmer to the top of the place setting and centerpiece.


These Lenox (“Vintage “Jewel”) plates are from our wedding – ya – they’re old too – LOL!!  Each dinner, accent, salad, and bread and butter plate have different trims.  

This makes it fun to mix-match the dinnerware so that it doesn’t look boring.



TIP #4:  White and Gold Christmas Word Napkins

I found these sweet little table napkins at Home Goods, and knew they were coming home with me!  I love how there are several different Christmas cheer sentiments – so that each guest could have a different word.  

I just simply folded and ironed my napkins so that the word I wanted – ended up in the center.  


Then just tuck them under your wreaths.  You can also put them directly on the table also, if you prefer the more traditional look.

Either way, just make sure you can see the words.

TIP #5:  Add your Snow Village Ornaments

My mom had given me these precious white and gold snow village ornaments when I was in college.  So, to say the least…. I’ve had them a V.E.R.Y  long time!  

They were the perfect color and look I was going for in the dining room, so it was a no-brainer.  

Each bowl has a different style house, and then I repeated that look on the other side of the table.  



And then I used the 2 extra houses and 2 santas for the centerpiece decoration.  It just ties the place settings and table runner decor together.

Here is the other house on the left side of the place setting below.

If you don’t love the snow village look, just use white or gold ornaments.  It will give you the same look overall.



Side View:


Top View:


Front View:


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