Holiday Table Settings

How to Set Your Most Versatile Holiday Table Yet

It's time to rethink your holiday dinner party. Rather than opting for the traditional red and green decor, the entertaining essentials below are classic with a modern twist. And, while the overall setting is fit for the season, each piece is versatile enough to be styled beyond the holidays. Whether you're looking to host friends within the next few weeks or simply update your existing serverware, the products below will do the job!

  • Garland ($14, originally $20): Instead of a table runner, try garland. While it's fitting for the season, this style can be reused for a nautical-themed dinner in the Summer.
  • Napkins ($7): Because of their neutral color, linen napkins are a versatile purchase that can be used throughout the year.
  • Cocktail Shaker ($15): What better way to serve up a holiday cocktail then with this gold shaker?
  • Flatware ($5-$7): This flatware is fancy enough to be used during the holidays yet casual enough for daily dining.
  • Cutting Board ($250): Go from the kitchen to your table in ease, serving up appetizers on this cutting board.
  • Servers ($54): These utensils will modernize your spread and come in handy even after the holidays.
  • Hurricanes ($27-$34, originally $39-$49): A tabletop must, hurricanes are great for displaying both candles and flowers.
  • Serving Trays ($54-$135): These trays are a sleek addition that will allow your food to take center stage.
  • Tablecloth ($18): Set your party's foundation using this tablecloth. It's so affordable, you won't get upset if there's a spill or two.
  • Gift Tags ($3): Instead of using gift tags for gifts, wrap them around your napkins as place cards!
  • Pinecones ($20): A holiday classic, use pinecones to fill a vase or stagger them around your table.
  • Plate ($13): Layer these plates atop of your daily dishware during the holidays — the turtledoves perfect for the season.
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