Fun and Festive Holiday Kids' Table

Christmas is without a doubt the most wonderful time of the year. 
"With the kids jingle belling
And everyone telling you "Be of good cheer"
It's the most wonderful time of the year..."

To help kids celebrate the season, I put together a pretty little tablescape where they will feel comfortable hanging out, away from the hustle and bustle at the adult table. This is a place where they can relax, be themselves, and best of all, have lots of yummy treats. Sugary treats aren't a constant in my home, but I allow my kids to indulge on occasions. 

The centerpiece is a mini holiday tree tucked inside a red and white striped pitcher. I added a few ornaments to make it a bit more colorful.

This reindeer snack container makes me smile every time...honestly :). He is seemingly guarding the gingerbread cookies and "make no joke about it", he is on the alert for sticky little fingers on the

Powdered strawberry doughnuts...such beasts! In a good way that is. They are absolutely delish!

I love these whimsical plates. They add just the right touch of fun to the table, and that is exactly what kids are all about; fun, fun, fun.

Snowflake placemats make up for less than snowy days :).

Someone needs to keep an eye on Santa in case he decides to eat all this 

Candycane! I have never had christmas without it. It is a 'must-have' for the season. My kids prefer the less peppery ones (no peppermint around here unfortunately). 

And there you have it, a very fun and festive holiday kids' table they are sure enough to enjoy. Thank you for stopping by, and remember, aside from all the fun, Jesus is the reason for the season.
Have a joyous and peaceful holiday! 


  1. Your setting is lovely and the kids' table is just darling. Personally, I like decorating tables for kids and, when I was a kid, loved sitting at them. Unfortunately, my cousin's spoiled little boy decided that, at the age of 8, he was too big to sit at a children's table, so I had to abandon the idea disappointing the three other kids. It just got to be too complicated to try to have a kid table for three and then try to squeeze him in among adults, most of whom would prefer not to be next to him. Ah, well.

    1. Oh no! If that were my house, I would have implemented a rule prior to everyone coming; (Kids' Table- 10 years and younger) That way, I could enforce it without question :).
      I am so sorry you had to stop doing it though because it is such fun.
      Thanks for your kind comment Pattie :)