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Outdoor Christmas Tablescape

I’m excited to share our Outdoor Christmas Tablescape with you today as part of the Christmas Festival Blog Tour hosted by the sweet and creative, Kendra, from Joy in Our Home.

This blog tour features 30 bloggers covering everything from mantels to vignettes to recipes to front porches and tablescapes too.

If you’re coming over from our friends at 2 Bees in a Pod, welcome, we’re excited to have you!

Can you believe Christmas is in a few weeks? I swear, the weeks after Thanksgiving go by so fast!

It can almost feel like a blur if we don’t take extra care and grab a hold of some Christmas magic, you know?

Our back patio looks out at two of the three acres on our property.

We’ve left it undeveloped for the most part. It’s not uncommon for multiple species of land, marsh and scrub birds, marsh bunnies, and native turtles to visit our property on a daily basis.

It really makes for such a peaceful setting.

Thankfully the weather on this tiny island is usually cooperative save for the summer rains and hurricane season.

Creating an Outdoor Christmas Tablescape…

We like to use mix and match china out here and to keep things as easy as possible. I’ve used this snowy tree place setting for years and

I borrowed these pinecone plates from my mom. She always has the best stuff!

These sturdy glasses were a gift and we’ve used them for every season.

Creating Family Friendly Zones…

On one side of our big table is a workbench we use as a buffet.

It’s been the biggest gift because we use it for all of our outdoor meals, at parties, and even when we’re hosting an impromptu bonfire.

I picked up the wreath at Joann’s.

We’ve had the large dough bowl forever it seems like! It’s another piece we use all the time and all over the house.

During the winter we fill it with greenery, pinecone, or presents.

In the spring, it’s usually some kind of flower.

But come summer it’s filled with shells from all of our trips to the beach.

I found these cute little trees at Michaels and I kind of want to keep them up all winter ?

We’re totally crazy for anything plaid. So, we’re always on the lookout for vintage blankets during the year.

On the other side of the table is an outdoor drink station, firepit, swing, and seating area.

They’re all *hopefully* getting makeovers next spring which we’re really excited about.

Right now, though, we’re just enjoying every drop of Christmas we can!

We hope you’ve enjoyed our outdoor Christmas tablescape and patio tour. Be sure to check out all the holiday inspiration these creative ladies are sharing.

Christmas Festival Blog Hop Tour Stops…

Dining and Delight is the next stop on our Friday tablescape tour and Lori is sharing a super cute red truck inspired tablescape you won’t want to miss!

 Mantels on MondayWhite Arrows Home | Repurpose and Upcycle | Timeless Creations
Lemons to Lovely | Pennies From Heaven Home | One Happy Housewife

Vignettes on TuesdayJoy In Our Home | anderson + grant | Kingsbury Brook Farm
My Creative Days | Poofing the Pillows | CityGirlMeetsFarmBoy

Recipes on WednesdayLife Love Larson | Cali Girl In A Southern World | Crisp Collective
Love In My Oven | Countryside Cravings | Curly Crafty Mom

Front Porches on ThursdayMaking it in the Mountains | Elizabeth Joan Designs |Country Girl Home
Little Brags | The Homemaking Momma | Lemons, Lavender, & Laundry

Tablescapes on FridayCelebrate & Decorate | Noting Grace | 2 Bees in a Pod
The Crowned Goat | Dining Delight | The Neutral Nest Interiors

Let us know if you’ve created an outdoor Christmas tablescape this season! Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

*This post was updated December 2020

Other Holiday Tablescape Posts to Enjoy:

Many blessings,

CoCo

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40 Comments

  1. So much to love and to take in! The wooden reindeer is amazing and the buffet table looks so festive! Gorgeous tablescape!

    1. I really appreciate it, Marie, thank you so much! That $12 deer has definitely been one of my favorite finds all year. I hope you and your family have a happy and blessed holiday season. Hugs, CoCo

  2. CoCo – Your outdoor Christmas tablescape is a dream! We would love to be there with you around the fire-pit drinking a cup of hot chocolate and sharing some yummy appy’s! We hope you have a wonderful Christmas break and enjoy your time away in the woods. You deserve it! Merry Christmas dear friend…we LOVE you!

    1. It would be so much fun to hang out with you guys around the fire pit! Ya’ll might be in trouble though because I wouldn’t want you to leave ha ha. I’d have to build on the back two acres I guess. I hope you both have the happiest Christmas and big time celebrating in the city. I love you to pieces, hugs and love, CoCo

  3. I love that you set an outdoor table! I wish we could use the outdoors more during this time of year! Love that your mom has the best stuff to borrow too. So fun and festive! Merry Christmas!

    1. Thank you so much, Lindsay! Being in Florida definitely has it’s perks especially today. It’s a balmy 72 🙂 Sending you and your family big hugs for the happiest Christmas! It’s been so much fun getting to follow your creative journey again this year. You are an inspiration! Hugs, Coco

  4. Hi there Coco, Uhhh I love that you set the table outdoors. That is such an awesome idea and all the Nature Touches are right up my alley! reat job. Christine from Little Brags (Thursday Front Porches)

    1. I so appreciate your sweet and kind words, Christine, thank you so much. It’s definitely one of our favorite spots on the property. Sending you warm hugs from Florida. I hope you and your family have a merry and blessed holiday season, hugs, CoCo

  5. Love this post!! Had so much fun on this tour with you!!! SO many great ideas!
    Kelly

    1. I appreciate it, Kelly, thank you! It has been so much fun to see everyone’s creativity. I’ve definitely been inspired all week too. I hope you and your family have a happy and healthy holiday season. Hugs, Coco

  6. Wow CoCo, this is simply darling! I love the indoors out. I’m a nature lover and this speaks to me. I love all your gorgeous elements used too!

    Meg
    The Neutral Nest Interiors

    1. Thank you bunches, Meg, I really appreciate it! We’re always looking for ways to bring the outdoors inside and I know you guys feel the same way too. There’s just something so peaceful about being around all those trees. Sending you big hugs and warm wishes for a happy holiday season, CoCo

  7. So many awesome details to pour over! Your table is gorgeous, but I love the sidebar with the dough bowl filled with gifts. So pretty!

    1. Thank you so much, Jen! That sweet dough bowl travels all over the house. It’s definitely one of the easiest things to decorate with! I hope you and your family have a happy and healthy holiday season. Hugs, CoCo

  8. Now you’re talking my kind of Christmas table! It has been in the 60s and 70s here so I can definitely imagine enjoying this beautiful spot.

    Merry Christmas Coco. 😉

    1. Thank you so much, Stacey! I just finished packing a few days ago for temps that will mostly be in the 30s and 40s and I’m getting cold just thinking about it ha ha. I might be stopping at the store for extra cuddle duds 🙂 Big hugs and Merry Christmas to you and your family, CoCo

  9. An outdoor tablescape at Christmas seems like a “dream” in these parts! You’ve definitely created a “dreamy” tablescape with that gorgeous reindeer taking centerstage nestled in with the pretty greenery and the ornate candleholders. I really like that plaid table runner and your place settings are lovely. I so appreciated seeing the other details in the area around your table – wish I had that workbench turned multi-functional serving bar and your drink station would be so handy. The firepit and that swing all add to the inviting charm of your backyard. I really enjoyed my stop here on the Blog Hop!

    1. You’re making me melt, Lori, thank you so much! The back patio is definitely one of our favorite spaces. It really does feel like an extension to all of our indoor areas. We’re out here and on the front porches hanging out all the time. I hope you and your family have a very happy holiday season and an exciting new year. Hugs, CoCo

  10. Your outdoor tablescape is so cozy! I just love the plaid, greenery and berries! So festive! I also just love how you decked out your swing with blankets and pillows! It must be nice to live in a warmer climate!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

    1. Thank you bunches, Carrie! This outdoor is definitely a lot of fun to decorate throughout the year. Living in Florida is a lot of fun with the exception of June – September when it’s crazy hot and hurricane season is in full swing – we’re all ready for a long vacation then he he. I hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Hugs, Coco

    1. You’re so sweet, Erin, thank you! I love that big old dough bowl too – we use it everywhere. It feels like it’s been a whirlwind few months but all of these adventures have been fun. I hope you and your family have a merry and blessed holiday season, hugs, CoCo

  11. Your outdoor tablescape is a total dream!! How unique and inspiring!! So so beautiful!!

    1. I really appreciate your sweet and kind words, Bree, thank you so much! I hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas, CoCo

  12. I am in love with all of your plaid! I like how you mixed and matched it. And that workbench turned buffet is perfect 🙂

  13. Everything is MAGAZINE worth ! It all looks like an open Christmas magazine. The outdoor tablescape is gorgeous. The attention to detail is amazing. I love it !
    Happy Xmas season.
    Fabby

    1. Thank you so much, Fabby! I hope you and your family have a warm and happy holiday season as well, CoCo

  14. CoCo… your outdoor Christmas tablescape and decor is so pretty! The red and green really pop, and it looks so cozy! Love that reindeer centerpiece, too! I’m so happy I get to feature you tomorrow at Tuesday Turn About! Pinned!

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