Fall is flying by and the holidays are right around the corner. Is your home ready to host family and friends? Don't just pull out last year's generic, been-there-done-that centerpieces. Create something unique and personal to you! A well-designed tablescape will delight guests and make your home warm and inviting.
Creating a gorgeous tabletop display may sound a bit intimidating, but don't worry, we're here to helpWe’ve handpicked the perfect decor for your upcoming Friendsgiving, Thanksgiving, and Christmas celebrations. Check out three ideas below to get those creative wheels turning!
1. Add personality to your Friendsgiving tablescape with these adorable wooden characters. Part of our fall Seasonalities collection, these décor accents come together to make the perfect centerpiece. If you don't have room for the whole scene on the main table, arrange it on a coffee table or bar.
Create a new Thanksgiving family tradition by using the pilgrims as place cards! Use a fine-tip permanent pen or marker to write a guest's name on the base of each pilgrim. Use these at your table year after year, or let your family members take them home to enjoy! Shop the collection here.
2. Make sure you include a nativity set in your Christmas decorations to help your family focus on the true reason for the season. Whether you keep it simple with only the holy family or include the entire collection, our handcrafted Seasonalities figures make a beautiful focal point. Create a backdrop for the nativity using fresh (or faux) evergreen, pinecones, and neutral fabric or tablecloth. 
3. When it's time to welcome friends for your annual Christmas party, turn up the holiday cheer with whimsical elves and snowmen! Arrange these fun, little characters in a tablescape to create a winter wonderland. If you're having a cocktail party, use one or two items as centerpieces for each of your bar tables. To top off your display, sprinkle fake snow on the table, hang some string lights, and cut up some hay for the reindeer!
Thanks for joining us on the blog today! Hopefully, we were able to convince you that creating unique holiday centerpieces and displays doesn't have to be hard - you just need all the right pieces. Make sure to share your holiday décor photos with us on Facebook and Instagram!