Prepping for a small dinner party or a holiday date night? I’m sharing a Christmas Tablescape idea for two, with a few simple things you can do to pull off an elegant holiday look. Grab the details down below.
Christmas Tablescape Idea for Two | Rae Dunn Christmas Decor
Y’all already know how much I love all things Christmas, right?
A few weeks ago while on a shopping trip to Home Goods and World Market, we came across this marble table and I thought, “oh my gosh, this is GORGEOUS!” Derrick and I talked about where we could put this, and how it would be perfect to shoot on (for our food photography) and to do small tablescapes.
Y’all know how much I love to have fun putting a table together, but sometimes it can be time-consuming to put together a full spread for 6-8 people all the time.
This Gold And Marble Leilani Tulip Dining Table is exactly what we needed. We paired it with a set of Tan Udder Madness Chloe Chairs and loaded it up in our SUV and brought them home. Stay tuned on how it fits in our space.
We recently posted a video sharing how we get holiday ready, and this Christmas Table for two was featured in it. I’m sharing how I put it together.
How to put together a Christmas Table for two
- Since this is a smaller setting, I decided not to use chargers.
- Instead, I used Black Stoneware Plates from the Hearth & Hand Magnolia set.
- Next, I added a white dining plate, followed by a striped red & grey cloth napkin, topped with a white bowl.
- I added black silverware (also Hearth & Hand Magnolia collection) and added a set of tall Glass Goblets (Hearth & Hand Magnolia).
- For the centerpiece, I kept it super simple. A few years ago I picked up this faux log with flickering candles and wreaths from a local shop.
- And of course, for the final touches, I had to add a little Rae Dunn! I used the mini Mr. and Mrs. Christmas mugs, along with some greenery tied with a red ribbon.
And that’s it — another super simple tablescape for you to enjoy and try yourself. I try to keep these ideas easy and quick. We love to entertain, and while I love to come up with elaborate ideas, I also love the super simple ones. Sometimes, less is more.
Like this one, I did using paper plates to set the Christmas table.
Don’t let the grand ideas you see on Pinterest and Instagram get the best of you. You can easily pull off an elegant tablescape with just a few simple essentials!