Is your restaurant holiday-ready? If you’re still unsure about how to dress up your tables for this season, we’ve got just the thing for you.
We’ve got tips to help you create the best restaurant centerpieces for the holidays!
This season offers countless opportunities to be playful and more expressive with your decor. When it comes to decorating for the holidays with restaurant centerpieces, there are a couple of things to remember:
Take the pragmatic approach. One can get easily carried away with holiday decor – it only comes once a year after all – but remember to leave enough room for your diners to enjoy their food. Choose centerpieces that are easier to move in the event of larger orders that need more space.
Mix and match with the rest of your decor. Don’t let the holiday rush and excitement get you carried away – especially with all the design elements to choose from. Remember to keep your restaurant centerpieces for the holidays coherent with the rest of your restaurant aesthetics so your business does not end up looking like a holiday decor store.
Here are some options you can try out for your restaurant centerpieces:
You can never go wrong with classic decor pieces. Popular options are candles and glass displays, glass trinkets, pinecones, mini LED lights, and garlands.
What could be more appropriate as a restaurant centerpiece than edible decor? Choose fresh fruits or vegetables to go along with your holiday pieces!
You can never go wrong with fresh poinsettia plants for holiday decorating, but other plant-based options include decked-out succulents in festive pots, berries and fresh pine needles floating in a jar of water or over fake snow, etc. Combine these with jars, lights, candles, and other trinkets or display as live plants with holiday ribbons.
A favorite theme for the holidays plays off holiday gift-giving. Use regular toys like little elves, letter blocks, board game pieces, etc. as part of your holiday centerpieces.
Your kitchen is chock full of decor pieces waiting to happen. Incorporate mason jars, teapots and teacups, tiered cake stands, and cutlery, etc. as the main pieces of your decor or to accentuate your main elements.
Using upcycled or unusual materials add the perfect element of joyous surprise to your restaurant centerpieces for the holidays. You can utilize food jars and bottles, cupcake liners, newspaper, old menus and outdated placemats and more! The closer these items are to your food options, the more impact they make.
It does not have to be complicated to make maximum impact and the right choice of linens might really be all you need to deck out your holiday tables. Explore holiday-themed table covers and table napkin options for minimum decor effort with maximum merry holiday impact!
Don’t forget to bust out the holiday music to get fully holiday-ready at your restaurant! Wishing you and yours the best and merriest holidays from all of us here at Crown Linen!