15 Holiday Table Setting Ideas

Set your table with cute and charming DIY decorations for your next party.

Preparing your home for a holiday get together can be tedious and require a good amount of planning if you don’t have a theme picked out or idea of the look you’re going for. Enhance your upcoming seasonal parties by adding touches of elegance and personalized embellishments to your tabletop. Blend objects from nature with paint, ribbon, and glitter to create a lovely dining experience fit for the holidays.

Get inspired with these 15 sparkling table setting ideas!

1. Sweet Silver


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2. Brown Bow

The Tomkat Studio

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3. Turkey Cork Place Card

Almost Makes Perfect

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4. Natural Elements


Photo courtesy of Park Roads Photography & Alisa Lewis Event Design via Ruffled

5. Personal Note

Shoebox Decor

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6. Glitter Dipped Pumpkin

Formal Fringe

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7. Neon Painted Pine Cone

Camille Styles

Photo courtesy of She-N-He Photography via Camille Styles

8. Burlap Pocket

On Sutton Place

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9. Fine Elegance


Photo courtesy of Mustard Seed Interiors via HGTV

10. Fall Bundle

The Mother Huddle

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11. Gold and White Sparkles

Hostess With The Mostess

Photo courtesy of JWiley Photography via Hostess With The Mostess

12. Polka Dots and Pine Cones

The Perfect Palette

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13. Gold Leaf

Elements of Style

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14. Linen Pouch

Love of Family and Home

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15. Festive Message

Just Destiny

Photo courtesy of West Elm via Just Destiny

Top Image Credit: Inman Co

Mady Dahlstrom

Mady Dahlstrom

Senior Editor, Porch.com. With a passion for all things home, Mady writes about interior design and decorating, home remodeling and loves scouring Pinterest for the best DIY projects. In her free time, Mady enjoys flipping furniture and hunting for the latest home decor trends. You can find her work in ForbesLife, The Huffington Post, InStyle, U.S. News & World Report, SheKnows, Bustle, and more. Follow Mady on Twitter at @madydahlstrom and feel free to reach out to her at madisond@porch.com.

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