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Christmas Table Top Decorations To Add Wow To Christmas Dinner

When we think about Christmas traditions our minds often drift to decorated Christmas trees, wreathes on front doors, Christmas carols and Christmas dinner. Kids of course think of Christmas presents, and all the wonderfully decorated homes. If you’re into the big family Christmas dinner, consider adding a little wow with a table top Christmas decoration.

Christmas dinner is a special occasion for many families. A lot of time and work goes into putting together a real family feast, and that includes giving thought to who is sitting where, and the special decorations and  tableware to be used. Most decorations at a Christmas dinner revolves around a themed table cloth and napkins. Perhaps it’s time to add that wow.

The silver spiral Christmas tree adds that special touch. It stands 40 cm tall and comes with 24 blue LED lights, perfect for the centre of your dinner table. The LED lights are static so they won’t distract diners while the tiny red and blue baubles add colour and interest. Being silver in colour, the spiral Christmas tree will match most table themes and layouts. The lights are subtle enough to make the tree glow without any of the harshness that is often associated with small lights.

Unfortunately, there are not too many of these left, and they are currently at a special price. If you have a large dinner table, then buying two certainly wouldn’t look amiss – it creates two centres on your dining table, helping to make it appear smaller and a little more intimate. If you haven’t had table top decorations before, the silver spiral Christmas tree is a good place to start.

 

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Table Top Christmas Decorations For Christmas Dinner

table top Christmas decorationWith ten days left until Christmas day most people will have their Christmas trees up and fully decorated. For children, the countdown to Christmas day is well and truly underway whilst for this years Christmas dinner, preparations will no doubt be underway. What about your Christmas dinner presentation?

Many of us have a Christmas table cloth that gets its annual workout on Christmas day, possibly festive placemats, yuletide serviettes and maybe even a special dinner setting. What about table top decorations? The silver spiral tree (pictured) stands 40cm and looks spectacular with its 24 static LED lights and arrangement of small red and blue baubles.

This table top Christmas decoration will certainly create a talking point and children will sit in awe – perhaps producing their quietest Christmas in many years (no guarantees there, of course). It will certainly add some character to your Christmas dinner this year.

Christmas is one of the last truly traditional festivals left. Easter is still big in many communities but nowhere near as big as the Christmas period. Christmas trees, Christmas wreaths, Christmas lights and Christmas decorations are everywhere you look. There is no other annual celebration that brings the world together with such festivity.

How are you spending Christmas this year? Is your Christmas tree ready to go; are your Christmas decorations up and looking good? What about your diner table, is that decorated to reflect the season?

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A Christmas Tree For The Dining Table

Christmas trees for the dining tableWe would be the first to admit that Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without the traditional Christmas tree. Why not extend the tradition and add a Christmas tree to the dining table. Of course, they are not living or cut trees, but they do create a talking point.

Standing 40cms tall, these silver spiral trees come complete with static blue LED lights and the decoration finished using small blue and red baubles. Stunning? Yes. Different? Yes. A talking point? Most definitely.

If you’re not a silver person then perhaps a similar tree in gold with static white LED lights would suit your tastes. I can envisage a large family gathering, a table big enough to seat 10 or 12, and two or three of these sparkling Christmas trees adding a cheery touch.

Whilst we all enjoy the traditions that come with events like Christmas, it is always nice to add some of the modern decorative items to the occasion. It’s a way of personalizing a traditional Christmas – adding your own personal touch.

Table top decorations will never replace the traditional cut Christmas tree, but then, they are not supposed to. Table top Christmas trees like the one shown in the picture are designed to bring the joy of a cut Christmas tree to the dining table. They do this with style and are one option that is well worth considering when looking to put the finishing touches on your Christmas this year.