Get Ready for Santa with Montana Gift Corral
He's making a list, and checking it twice. Gonna find out who's naughty and nice. Santa Claus is coming to town! 🎶🎄
Christmas is just around the corner, and it's time to prepare for Santa's arrival! He's on his way, bearing joy and gifts, and hoping for a few sweet bites along the way. When it comes to curating a beautiful tablescapes for Santa to enjoy during his visit, Montana Gift Corral is here to help out! Whether you prefer a classic or unique style, our collection of tableware and decor is sure to bring a smile to Santa's face.
There is nothing quite like the charm of a traditional Christmas table setting. Filled with joyful shades of red and classic symbols of the season, like gnomes or cardinals, our collection of traditional dishware and table decor is sure to bring a festive touch to any space!
When we think of the perfect traditional Christmas, our minds are immediately drawn to Transpac Imports. Since 1995, Transpac Imports has been bringing joy to the holiday decor scene with their collection of festive goodies. They're all about three big things: unique designs, value, and incredible service. We're not just fans of Transpac Imports as a company – their Christmas designs are seriously adorable!
If you are a fan of a traditional Christmas table setting, but want to step it up a bit in terms of color, you'll love our vibrant collection of dishware designed by Dean Crouser.
Crafted from durable stoneware, our collection of Christmas-inspired pieces from USA-based watercolor artist, Dean Crouser, are just what you need to add some vibrant color to your space. Each mug or dish is adorned with vibrant and lively holiday designs, bringing a burst of color and festive spirit to your table. Santa will love sipping and snacking from these unique pieces. Who knows, maybe he will even leave an extra present for you since you decided to go all out for him!
If you are searching for those perfect pieces to bring rustic charm to your cabin-esque home, you'll love our collection of lodge tableware. Think wildlife and nature motifs, neutral colorways, and handcrafted designs! We've heard that Santa has a soft spot for rustic homes, so don't be afraid to add these pieces to your Christmas tablescape!
For more than two decades, Park Designs has been dedicated to crafting home and kitchen textiles, with that extra special rustic charm. These decorative accessories are crafted bring a warm and inviting atmosphere to your home! From placemats to dishware, and more, any piece from Park Designs will add that perfect rustic Montana ambiance for Santa's perfect milk and cookies moment.
When it comes to cozying up, one of our favorite ways to do so is by spending time in the outdoors. Whether you prefer the fresh air in the mountains, or chilling lakeside in a adirondack chair, incorporating nature-inspired designs will add warmth to any space. For the most heartwarming table settings or to make Santa feel right at home, pick up any of our mugs and stacking bowls from Demdaco!
We can just imagine Santa, enjoying a quiet moment with his milk and cookies with Demdaco's nature-inspired mugs and stacking bowls. These pieces are made from high-quality stoneware, and feature a few lovely designs. The cozy feel adds an extra touch of magic to Santa's snack time, making it a special experience. It's not just about the treats; it's about embracing the warmth of the Christmas season!
Another way we love to bring the spirit of the Christmas season to your table, is with quirky holiday-inspired designs! Paperproducts Design, a USA-based company that we know and love at Montana Gift Corral, creates mugs and snack plates that are sure make Santa giggle.
Each piece from Paperproducts Design featured here feature adorable holiday-inspired designs, creating a quirky table setting that perfectly mirrors the joyful chaos of the season. By mix-and-matching these mugs and snack plates, this scene will add a playful touch to Santa's milk and cookies tradition!
Written by: Alexa Jorgenson, MGC Content Creator
Photography by: Luke Clark, MGC Photographer
Blog Cover by: Averi Thompson, MGC Graphic Designer