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Makers & Merchants’ panettone – delicious on its own or turned into a bread-and-butter pud (£18, heals.com).
These mini neon crackers from Paperchase are perfect place decorations (£6.50, paperchase.co.uk).
Nice and cheesy
All you need for the ultimate cheese board – complete with quince jelly and crackers (£40, brindisa.com).
No time to make a Christmas pudding? Use Betty’s chocolate and orange creation instead (£20.95, bettys.co.uk).
Fill your bowls with mixed nuts – then feed them to the robot cracker below (70p per 100g, waitrose.com).
Tap and unwrap
No Christmas is complete without the obligatory Terry’s Chocolate Orange (£1, groceries.iceland.co.uk).
Heat up the brandy for the pudding in Tom Dixon’s copper-finished stainless steel pan (£80, tomdixon.net).
In time for Christmas, meet Grand Marnier’s warming Le Café Parisien (£18, sainsburys.co.uk).
Potato a go-go
All the fruit and veg you need to whip up Christmas dinner for eight (£26, abelandcole.co.uk).
The perfect antidote to the boozy party season is Fentimans Traditional Ginger Beer (£1.35, 31dover.com).
Jansen+Co’s large cake stand is all you need now and into the New Year (£48, skandium.com).
Artist Clare Melinsky has designed Harvey Nichols’ festive packaging – enjoy (£11.95, harveynichols.com).
Finish the festive table off with Cath Kidston’s cute salt-and-pepper snow couple (£16, cathkidston.com).
The best nutcracker ever designed, courtesy of the Science Museum (£14.50, sciencemuseumshop.co.uk).
Touch of glass
In need of some new glasses for guests? Donna Wilson’s forest tumbler is just the ticket (£13, donnawilson.com).
Drink to that
Quality gin infused with Christmas pudding? We're in. (£33.85, sacredspiritscompany.com)
Calabrian clementines are free of pips and guaranteed to be juicy (£2.99 for a bag, natoora.co.uk).
Marks & Spencer’s red felt folk table runner will instantly add that special touch (£15, marksandspencer.com).
Veg in blankets
These veggie sausages are the ultimate alternative for Stylist’s non-meat-eating editor, Lisa (£3.90, ocado.com).
On the roof
John Lewis sorts dessert and the perfect table decoration in one fell swoop (£15, johnlewis.com).
Round off a long festive dinner with a ready-made game courtesy of Dip Sticks (£8.50, oliverbonas.com).
Made with Fortnum & Mason’s LBV Port, this is your cranberry sauce covered (£5.95, fortnumandmason.com).
The big lunch
After an ethically raised organic bird? Get your Christmas turkey from Copas (from £78, copasturkeys.co.uk).
Trust Swig to find the perfect prosecco, namely La Jara’s apple-noted fizz (£14.50, swig.co.uk).
Decorate the table or your front door with this statement chilli pepper wreath (£33.30, etsy.com).
Fish you well
Hansen & Lydersen are the go-to purveyors of smoked salmon (£7.90 for 100g Queen Maud, hansen-lydersen.com).
Prestat’s mince pies are laced with orange and lemon peel, cinnamon and brandy (£15, prestat.co.uk).
Cocktails, cheese, last-minute gift… these apricots in amaretto are your holiday friend (£9.95, liberty.co.uk).