With Christmas just around the corner, its time to think about all things party. If you work in an office, chances are everyone will be getting together for a work party. If you’re joining your coworkers for a meal and want some simple Christmas centrepiece ideas, we’ve accumulated our top table decoration ideas for your work party.
DIY Christmas centrepieces
There is something about Christmas that encourages us to be more creative. Have some fun with your centrepieces and make your own. You can make these centrepieces as simple or as decorative as you like.
If you’re having a sit-down meal at your party where guests have a place card, making it a keepsake means everyone has something to remember the night. A photo frame, candle or keyring embellished with the guest’s name is perfect. They can also be used as table decorations until everyone goes home. Jars can be utilised in a number of ways for decorations. Putting fairy lights inside them makes for a fairytale whimsical effect, whilst some silver sprayed pine cones are very festive. It all depends on the theme of your Christmas party.
Xmas centrepieces ideas
If you want to kill two birds with one stone, have decorative nibbles in the middle of the table which guests can pick at throughout the night. For example, half cover strawberries in white chocolate before dipping in edible glitter. This creates festive, “icy” strawberries which both look great and are delicious. They make a nice centrepiece which is simple to achieve. You can do this with a variety of sweet snacks including chocolate and marshmallows. If you want to be extra embellishing, put them on long skewers and decorate them around a vase like a bunch of flowers.
Homemade Christmas table centrepieces
You don’t have to break the bank when making your Christmas table centrepieces. Utilise things from around your home to make cheap decorations. This is a nice Christmas activity for the kids to explore and encourages reusing and recycling so things don’t get thrown away after one use.
After the festive period, you are often left with an abundance of Christmas themed gift bags which have to be stored away for another year. If you have plenty to go around, place some holly or ivy inside them for an easy twist on the classic vase centrepiece. if you can get hold of a few Christmas baubles, these can be hung on the leaves for an added sparkle. This works particularly well with smaller bags as they fit in the middle of the table more smoothly.
Utilise festive coloured sprays
If you can get your hands on some silver, gold and red glitter sprays, you can make any sort of decor Christmassy. Put down some newspaper in a clear space outside. Make sure your item is clean and dry and use some primer which will help the paint adhere to the object. Now you’re ready to colour. Grab your paint and spray lightly, ensuring you get in at every angle. Layer up to ensure the colour is vibrant, leaving a few minutes in between for the paint to dry. If you’ve never done this before, consider doing a practice test on something you don’t mind ruining, to get you in the swing of things.
Christmas Party Venue Milton Keynes
If you’re still looking for the ideal place for your work or family Christmas party, look no further than Kents Hill Park. With a great, accessible location and all the modern facilities, Kents Hill is the perfect backdrop for your festive celebrations. Our chefs can provide a selection of delicious, festive food which is sure to tickle everyone’s tastebuds. We also provide comfortable accommodation for those looking to stay the night. For more information, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with our friendly team.