From Valentine’s Day to Christmas and everything in between, you’ll find holiday charcuterie board ideas for almost every holiday.
You can easily create a gorgeous charcuterie board for just about any occasion. Holiday charcuterie boards are great for everything from a large family gathering to an intimate dinner for two.
Valentine Charcuterie Board – This simple yet gorgeous Valentine Charcuterie Board is great for a date night in with your love or for the whole family to enjoy! This fun holiday charcuterie board idea is beautifully color-coordinated while filled with sweet and savory treats!
St. Patrick’s Day Charcuterie Board – Capture the fun and flavors of St. Patricks’ Day with this St. Patrick’s Day Charcuterie Board. From corned beef to sauerkraut to Guinness shooters.
Easter Charcuterie Board – Impress your family with this gorgeous yet simple Easter Charcuterie Board! This board is beautiful and full of fruits and veggies that capture spring colors.
Mother’s Day Charcuterie Board – Mom will absolutely LOVE this Mother’s Day Charcuterie Board! Using 3-dimensional paper letterboxes, this charcuterie board idea is a fun twist that’s sure to be a show stopper!
Thanksgiving Charcuterie Board – Build a gorgeous Thanksgiving charcuterie board this holiday season that will keep your hungry guests at bay! Learn how to build a seasonal charcuterie board that will look gorgeous on your Thanksgiving table – one of our favorite charcuterie board ideas.
Holiday Charcuterie Board – Elevate the moment with a gorgeous holiday charcuterie board. This simple yet elegant holiday charcuterie board idea is easy to assemble and will have your guests coming back for more.
Great options for round charcuterie boards
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Great options for rectangle charcuterie boards
Holiday Charcuterie Board Ideas FAQs
How much meat and cheese per person on charcuterie?
A general rule of thumb is 3-4 slices of meat per person, and 1-2 oz. of cheese per person. From there you can add in the additional items, also based on your guest count.
Can I make a charcuterie board ahead of time?
You can slice the cheese and any fruits the night before and refrigerate in an air-tight container overnight. You can also fold any meats and place them into a glass storage container to refrigerate overnight.
How big should my charcuterie board be?
- 2 people boards – use a small rectangle board (8×10) or round board (8-10 inch)
- 4-6 people boards – use a medium to large rectangle board (11×14) or 12-14 in. round board
- For large groups – use a large rectangle or round board (20+ inches) or use multiple boards