You guys! We are back again with the cutest, Christmas Table! I love how it turned out! Let’s get straight to it, shall we? These plates not only have the cutest caption, and image of Santa, they are melamine so perfect for kids tabletop! Shop below, before they sell out!
This is a sponsored post, with Coton Colors and published by Whitney Elaine Designs and contains affiliate links.
This table turned out so fun! I used a white tablecloth. (linked) I am really liking these for childrens tables. All you do is lay it out on your table and with a spray bottle, carefully spray water on the cloth. The material instantly releases any wrinkles and fits to the table. I have linked them for you below. I then used wrapping paper for the table runner. You can never go wrong with a Christmas plaid! I then added these fun DIY candy trees- details below. I love pretty cookies, so I set the table with some pretty ones.
For each place setting, I used Coton Color melamine plates. They are sold out of this plate however, I have linked similar ones below. I love to get creative on place cards, so I used gift tags. I finished the settings of with cute milk glasses.
Shop Place Settings
For the centerpieces, we decorated Styrofoam cones with Christmas candy. We simply hot glued each candy piece to the Styrofoam and added ribbon to the top. They turned out so cute, don’t you think?!? You can use any kind of candies for this.
Recreate the Look- Shop Tabletop
We have had such a blessed year with these two! Douglas turned four in November, and Eden turned two in the summer. They are finally getting to an age where holidays, are magical! As you can see in the photos they were very excited to come home to cookie party with Mom. Whether you are wanting to surprise the kids after school, or set your table for Christmas day, Coton Colors has great options. I’d love to see all of your kids table, please tag me in them using whitneyelainedesigns!
Thank you again to Coton Colors for letting us create special memories this holiday season around the table!
Until next time,