Every Christmas Table Needs A Beautiful 'Charcuterwreath' Centerpiece

We don't know how, but people keep coming up with cuter and cuter ways to make Christmas-themed charcuterie boards, and we are here for it.

These gorgeous charcuterie wreaths (or charcuterwreaths, if you will) are not only great centerpieces, but they have most of us ready to munch all holiday long as we appreciate the beauty of their colorful designs.

These charcuterwreaths are looking a lot like Christmas.

The time for basic charcuterie boards is long over and people are quickly stepping up their games when it comes to creating stunning boards.

These charcuterwreaths are no exception. With an assortment of salamis, brie, grapes, soppressata, and anything else that sounds delicious and seasonal, there's really no going wrong.

It's so easy to make your own.

The first step is to envision your charcuterwreath looking like a traditional one.

This means using some greenery for the base. Rosemary, eucalyptus or other other herbs are perfect for creating a wreath design that is both fragrant and visually pleasing.

Once you have it in the traditional wreath circle, you can add any assortment of goodies on top. We recommend selecting vibrant colored items to give your wreath more of a pop.

Make them with the whole family.

The best way to make sure that there's something for everyone to enjoy is to invite your loved ones to join in the assembly of these festive works of art.

Plus everyone gets to eat it together too!

Get ready to take pictures and then dig in.

These charcuterwreaths are not only fun to assemble and gorgeous to look at, they're also going to be pretty darn tasty when it's time to eat them.

Whether you make a little one for yourself or a few giants ones for loved ones, these charcuterwreaths really are the best centerpieces.

Let us know what you think in the comments and if you plan to deck the dining room with many charcuterwreaths.

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