Top 10 Foodie Christmas Decorations

September 13, 2018Sew White
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After my recent trip to Harrods I’ve rounded up The top 10 Foodie Christmas Decorations for Christmas 2018!

I love Christmas it’s true. I think about it all year and I love visiting the big department stores, National Trust venues and garden centres too when they have their Christmas decorations and displays up. Last week I had a fabulous Staycation and went into London to check out the Harrods Christmas rooms and of course their food hall. I was pleasantly surprised how many quirky and fun decorations they had including a great range of foodie decorations.

The top 10 Foodie Christmas Decorations

What a sight to see! Go up the escalator and arrive at the Harrods Christmas world.

I love a red and gold decorated tree so gravitated towards it first. I loved the decorations at Harrods. It was nice to dream about buying everything I fancied. I fancied a lot. Sadly my budget wasn’t as big my Christmas wish list but I did come away with a few little pieces for my tree.

Okay here it is my Top 10 Foodie Decorations

The top 10 Foodie Christmas Decorations

Christmas food hamper of treats

Bombki Christmas decorations all things foodie

This was my favourite decorations from Harrods. The foodie gift box from Bombki is made up of these beautiful decorations, including a slice of Christmas cake, Christmas pudding, mince pie and Christmas cracker. A very cute set and would make a lovely gift for a foodie *hint hint*.

Gin at Christmas

Foodie Christmas decorations gin o clock presents for gin lovers

I think it is safe to say there is a love of gin all year round for this foodie so it’s a Gin O’Clock ornament definitely makes it on to my top 10 list!

Christmas Ice Cream

retro ice cream van pink decoration with glitter and hand painted

I’m not a hugely pink decoration person but this little ice van really called out to me. I love ice cream and I love the retro look with the hand painted details and glitter.

Cute Candy Floss

cotton candy pink retro christmas decoration

Cotton Candy machine perfect for a circus and sweet Christmas tree. I do love candy floss so this makes me hungry. Definitely not edible.

In the crust we trust

pizza decoration for pizza addicts for the Christmas tree

As a pizza addict I thought this was very funny. It is a pretty large ornament and definitely one for the pizza lovers and lovers of quirky decorations.

Pretty in Pink

macarons for the Chirstmas tree, french patisserie decorations

Fans of gorgeous patisserie rejoice! These stunning macaron baubles were so cute, I especially loved how vibrant they were. Harrods also had a selection of smaller ones in a box perfect for a foodie present. Plus with these you could very much get away with having these on display all year.

Eggcelent

boiled egg christmas decorations at Harrods

An egg-citing addition to the Christmas decorations and one that I really loved is the boiled egg. I can’t really say more, it’s just cute and quirky.

Feeling saucy?

tomato ketchup vintage style bottle christmas tree decoration

I do think this is very funny. I know a good few people who love ketchup and they might just be receiving this as their present this Christmas.

Shaken or Stirred?

Christmas martini decoration with gold thread

Christmas calls for cocktails and who wouldn’t want a golden Martini in their hand or on their tree.

A little bit of bubbly

prosecco bottle decoration for the Christmas tree from Harrods

Prosecco for Christmas and one for the tree too. A lovely ornament that was proving very popular when were in the Christmas section. As a big fan of Prosecco this definitely had to make the top 10!

Not everything Harrods have in store is on their website so it’s worth the trip and if you can’t make it take a look at their Christmas selection here

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4 Comments

  • Jacqueline Meldrum

    September 13, 2018 at 12:52 pm

    Those are fabulous.I’d have a really hard time deciding. As I was scrolling I was thinking that one, no that one, no that one. We usually buy a few new decorations each year to build on what we have as they all have memories.

    1. Sew White

      September 14, 2018 at 12:45 pm

      We do the same and it’s so lovely to have decorations from different places physically but also at different times of your life.
      I wish I could have bought more/all of these but I do love the little one I came home with.

  • Claire Jessiman (@foodiequine)

    September 14, 2018 at 11:26 am

    This coudn’t BE more up my street as I have a foodie Christmas tree in my Kitchen. Love Bombki ones but they are £££ I already have versions of most of the others but really fancy the Gin o’clock one

  • Camilla Hawkins

    September 14, 2018 at 12:30 pm

    Looks like you had great fun! Awesome decorations, I think my favourites are the macarons and the Prosecco bottle:-)

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