The holidays are finally upon us and words cannot express how excited we are to decorate for the holiday season! The holidays call for some much needed TLC from our loved ones. During the holidays ambiance is everything. We’ve jotted down some of our most important decor tips for the season if you’re looking to host the most memorable holiday parties.
Decide whether you’re keeping it simple or going over-the-top. Once you’ve decided which décor route you want to go for this, then you can decide your color palette.
If you choose to go the “simpler” route, a monochromatic color theme works perfectly. For super festive vibes, choose holiday colors and tones like reds and greens.
Don’t be fooled, although a monochromatic color theme seems on the simpler side it will still leave your guests with a lasting impression. Also, don’t be shy and decorate with a non-seasonal color palette.
Elevate your holiday decor with a show-stopping table scape. There are so many different ways to go about this tip. One of our favorite table scape ideas is going for a deconstructed look. There are different ways for you to achieve this look. For the fall and autumn we like to think of creative ways to incorporate pumpkins and maple leaves into our décor. For the winter, we like to incorporate pinecones into décor!
Choose a color theme for your holiday party. When it comes to this one, two go-to choices are going monochrome or using deeper, bold colors to create a moodier setting.
Incorporate holiday elements and color scenes into your decor. Using these elements to dress up spaces like a fireplace
Tablescapes and centerpieces on dinner tables are not the only statement pieces you can make at your table. Plate settings are great statements when it comes to dinner parties. When it comes to table settings we like to think of dressing your table as if you were dressing yourself. You can either go with a traditional, clean-cut table setting or go funky with some fun dish-ware and cutlery.
Use setting treatments to add decor to your plate setting. Use a single stem flower or a mini bundle of 3-4 stems cut short, and tied together and place at each plate setting.
A unique decor tip is to incorporate other non-floral elements into your table scape like gourds, succulents, and fruits. Also don’t be scared to stray away from “traditional” holiday colors and go with a bold color palette. The use of non-autumnal colors like pops of pink and deep purples will surely make an impression on your guests at your holiday dinner.