Christmas centrepieces for your festive table

by Stefania Del Zotto on December 16, 2011

Christmas candlesChristmas is fast approaching and with the dinner to prepare, the presents to wrap and the decorations to sort out, you’d be forgiven for letting the festive season creep up on you.

When it suddenly dawns on you that Christmas is just round the corner and you haven’t even started thinking about your Christmas dinner table decorations, don’t panic! Interflora is here to help guide you through the occasion with style and grace. We’ve gathered a selection of our favourite centrepieces and added a few helpful hints for setting your theme around them.


Candle centrepiece

candle table setting christmasChristmas candles

Serenity in Design

There is nothing quite as beautiful as candlelight, especially at Christmas, and that’s why these table settings are so wonderful. Dim the main lights and let soft candle light illuminate your Christmas dinner, bringing to mind images of open fireplaces and carol singing.  Add glass beads, wine glasses and decorative mirrors to really make the most of the festive glow.
Best theme: An intimate Christmas dinner followed by curling up on the sofa together.

Rose centrepiece

rose Christmas centrepiece

Couture Collections

Nothing says ‘class and elegance’ more than a bouquet of roses and so this centrepiece made from gorgeous white roses is sure to make a fantastic impression at Christmas. Adorned with beads and gems, these stunning white roses are arranged in a delightful design that will really set off any table decoration theme.
Best theme: Elegant and classic – go for white and cream linens and either gold or silver accessories.

Christmas centrepiece

Interflora Christmas Centrepiece


This is a true Christmas plant, with its lush green leaves and bright red berries. You can see why it’s so popular with its new owners and will certainly take pride of place on any coffee or dining table. Created using natural flowers, foliage and pine cones and finished with a stylish white candle, this gorgeous centrepiece is now part of our new Designed To Order service at Interflora.
Best theme: Go traditional with this red and green theme, finished off with a roaring fire and mulled wine!

Holly centrepiece

Holly Christmas centrepiece

Ryan’s Garden

Nature often produces the most beautiful of decorations which need little adjustment. This stunning holly centrepiece highlights the beauty of nature with lush foliage and beautiful patterns. Whether you’re Christmas theme is simple and minimalistic or grand and extravagant, this centrepiece will look right at home.
Best theme: Natural and neutral. Try wooden accessories and carry on the theme with cuttings from your garden.

Baubles centrepiece

Christmas baubles in a vase

The Lady Loves Style

Christmas decorations don’t have to be restricted to the Christmas tree. With a little creative thinking, you can produce a stunning centerpiece using your traditional Christmas baubles and trinkets. Placed in a glass vase like the picture above, or placed sparingly on your dining table, you can add some extra sparkle to your festive decorations with ease.
Best theme: Stylish and contemporary is the name of the game. Keep it classy!

Candy cane centrepiece

candy cane Christmas centrepiece

Lisa Hayes

This bright and beautiful pink centrepiece combines traditional Christmas foliage with another of the season’s favourites – candy canes! Originally from Europe, the candy cane started out as a straight stick and is now hugely popular at Christmas time. Make your centrepiece a sweet treat by decorating yours with these delicious additions.
Best theme: Dazzling and bright! Add fairy lights and glitter to the table to enhance your decoration

Edible centrepiece

snowflake cookie Christmas

Lindy’s Cakes

There’s nothing quite like the smell of freshly-baked cookies so why not fill your home with this sweet scent and use edible treats to decorate your Christmas dining table. These gorgeous snowflake cookies can be made at home (ask the chidren to help for some festive fun) and then decorate in the colours of your choice. The biscuits can be used as a central decoration or as place cards, or any other way you like!
Best theme: Family fun! Get everyone involved and let them decorate their own cookie

If you’re looking for some Christmas inspiration this year, take a look at Interflora’s Christmas flowers for some great festive ideas.

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Stefania Del Zotto

I joined Interflora in May 2011. On the blog I will write about creative flower related top lists, how-to guides, interviews with experts, news on flower festivals and events. I am Italian, originally from the Venice area, and I moved to the UK three years ago to follow my love. I’m a creative person, I love cinema, photography, cats and all that is vintage! I’m a friend, daughter and sister. I speak Italian, English and I’m now studying Spanish.

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Post category: Christmas, Flowers, Occasions, Roses  

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JOEL 02 Jan 2012 at 5:24 pm

De très jolies compositions.
Meilleurs voeux pour l’année 2012

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