Rustic Snowy Chrismtas Tablescape: with faux snow, fresh greens, and winter berries and personalized DIY snow globe place cards.
I’m so excited to be contributing to Merry Mag this year! It’s an inspiring collection of holiday recipes, decor, crafts, and diy’s to get you excited about Christmas. Follow along on social media with #MerryMag Special thanks to Melissa at The Sweet Escape for putting this all together, such a special project to be a part of.
Scandinavian Inspired Christmas
I’m going for a Scandinavian inspired look this Christmas so I piled lots of soft sheep skins and pillows on the chairs. I wanted to keep things feeling light and bright, so the white tablecloth worked well as the foundation for the table.
Get Our Free Christmas Cookbook
We've collected some of our very favourite Christmas recipes and put them together in a mini cookbook. Get it free for a limited time!
Rustic Snowy Centre Piece
I wanted to create a layered effect so on top of the tablecloth, I added faux snow, and then this amazing old piece of hundred year old hemlock. salvaged from an old barn.
On top of the plank table runner, I laid some boughs of white pine, and a few sprigs of pretty fresh snowberries.
I used some pretty gold candle holders, since Christmas is the season to celebrate the light. The patterned glasses are some vintage juice glasses turned into votives.
I love the mix of the traditional gold, and vintage pieces, with the more modern geometrics.
Rustic Christmas Place Settings
I set the table with simple white plates, and pretty gold cutlery. The dot napkins and glasses add to the feel of snow.
DIY Snow Globe Place Cards
My favourite detail of the table is the pretty little snow globe inspired place markers. I started with some rustic wood coasters. I added some more faux snow, and a little Christmas tree to each one, a few also got a sweet little plastic deer from the craft store.
On top of each little scene I placed a mini cloche -from a set of cupcake holders that I had.
Each little “snow globe” was turned into a place marker, by adding each guest’s name, and a few pretty snowflakes. I used a Crayola Window Writer marker in white to add the detail, and it washed off easily afterward with soap and water.
The names are so subtle and pretty -and you could customize this idea to any message, and any colour scheme, since the markers come in a whole range of colours.
I love how simple and pretty the table turned out, great for Christmas, or as just a winter table. Perfect for a cozy night in enjoying the warmth of good food, good drink, and good friends or for a Christmas celebration.
With a Rustic Snowy Christmas Tablescape like this, life really is a party!
Be sure to check out lots more amazing holiday ideas at Merry Mag!
You might also like our Winter Tablescape here.
Also check out our Rustic Christmas Table here.
You might also enjoy Black and White Christmas Table here.