Christmas Centerpiece Ideas For Your Holiday Table

Hello friends.  Christmas is only a few days away and with that comes setting our holiday tables. Whether you are planning on having a traditional sit down meal, or you are having a buffet style meal, the centerpiece plays a main role on our tables.  It sets the tone for your table and should reflect your own personal style.

For me, fresh greens and flowers are a must during the holidays.  It is a celebration of the season. They also add instant glamour and elegance to any holiday table. 

To help you get started, FTD curated these seven floral Christmas centerpiece ideas to inspire your holiday tablescape. These arrangements feature classic elements like bold red roses and festive poinsettias that are paired with unique wintry plants like snowberries and silver brunia pods. They even created these mood boards that highlight featured flowers and plants so that you can easily recreate these stunning arrangements yourself! 

Exotic and Wild

Rich and bold, this stunning arrangement includes classic red roses, along with rusty fall leaves paired with cascading amaranthus. These elements combine to create a Christmas centerpiece that is both exotic and wild. 

Chic and Modern

Not every Christmas centerpiece needs to include flowers. This chic and modern centerpiece idea is made up of trendy metallic elements like silver, gold and copper. A garland of silver pinecones and a simple arrangement of dusty miller leaves create the base of this centerpiece and is anchored by copper elements such as a geometric terrarium and deer figurines. 

Simple and Elegant

Just because it’s Christmas, doesn’t mean your Christmas centerpiece can’t be simple. This centerpiece idea is an elegant arrangement of lush garden roses, paired with arrowwood vibernum berries. The holly leaves add a touch of holiday sparkle. You may choose to arrange several smaller arrangements to create an impressive spread for your holiday tablescape.

Festive and Classic

This festive and classic centerpiece is made up of the most quintessential colors of Christmas. Featuring festive reds, snowy whites, and lush greens, this arrangement is made up of roses, dahlias, snowberries and a touch of Queen Anne’s lace flower.

Fresh and Wintry

Eucalyptus, dusty miller, silver brunia pods, and spray roses, combine to create a color palette that is cool and wintry. Ashy greens are complemented by velvety white and silver. The metallic silver vase ties the whole look together.

Bright and Lush

Festive red roses make another appearance in this elegant Christmas centerpiece. Velvety Cream Mink protea blooms make an exotic addition, along with cranberrybush berries and cascading amaranthus. Juniper fronds and large magnolia leaves make up the foliage for this stunning centerpiece.

Stylish and Refined

Sometimes a tall centerpiece for your holiday table is ideal, as to not hinder conversations across the table. Here, the classic Christmas flower, poinsettia, takes center stage and is combined with long stems of tulips and ranunculuses. The gold stand adds a touch of luxury.

Fresh and Natural

If you want to keep things simple, below is a centerpiece which is mainly made of Christmas greens, holly, natural pinecones and a few red berries in a lovely woodchip basket.

Merry and Bright

For a more festive table, use bright reds and greens.  This hapy floral arrangement is made with red carnations, red berries and assorted evergreen stems in a metallic pail.  Simple and stunning.

I hope these centerpieces give you inspiration for your table this holiday season.  

DISCLAIMER:  This is not a sponsored post.  I have no affiliation with FTD.  Just thought these pretty centerpieces offered great ideas for all your holiday entertaining.

Thank you for stopping by today.  




  1. Wow Janet
    They are so beautiful all the centerpieces. Lovely lovely pictures.

    I wish You a very happy sunday
    Love Lone

  2. Oh so many beautiful arrangements. Thank you so much. It gives me lots of great ideas.

    Have a wonderful Sunday.

  3. Love each table centerpiece dear Janet. Thanks for the inspiration.
    I'm pinning this.
    Merry Christmas and many blessings my friend.


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