Christmas Tree O’ Christmas Tree! here are 15 Inventive Christmas Tree Themes and clever decorations.
Growing up, I was raised by my grandparents and my grandma always had the MOST beautiful Christmas Trees. Glass ornaments, pearls for garland and just gold and crystal and elegance. I always told myself I was going to have the most gorgeous and thought out Christmas tree.
I think that we all have Monica Geller’s (FRIENDS) POPD.. AKA Perfect Ornament Placement Disorder. I definitely do and it is so hard when you have kids who are constantly wanting to decorate the tree, and redecorate on an hourly basis.
Now I have a 2 year old and the ornaments just do not stay on the tree, I have plastic ones. And this year I settled for just lights on our tree because my toddler uses the ornaments as ping pong balls to bounce off the kitchen floor. SOMEDAY I will have my amazing beautiful tree.
The Christmas Tree is the centerpiece of ALL Christmas decorations. Some people decorate their houses to match their trees. As I was searching the web for new holiday decor inspirations I didn’t realize how many amazing and unique Christmas tree themes there are. Here are a few of my favorite ones.
Santa Clause Theme
This is really cute and decorative. It looks like random stuff just hung on the tree to represent Old St. Nick and I am loving everything about it.
Just wrapping mesh around your tree to make a snowman is a great and easy idea. My mother in law has a snow man tree that she actually made! It’s such a clever idea.
Ombre Hairstyles are “IN” now a days. But what about a rainbow ombre tree?? I actually really like this.
A Disney themed tree would be a fun idea for kids as well as collectors. Seeing this tree SCREAMS a Disney Land trip is in store. It would be a cute way to announce to your kids they’re going to Disney Land as well.
Source: Create Crafts
Peppermint tree’s are a little more popular. I personally think they’re among my favorite style of tree decorating. I love the white and red together but it doesn’t clash with other decorations you might put out next to it.
The North Pole Theme
Doing such a whimsical and fun tree is always a plus. This is similar to the Santa Clause tree. A bunch of random ornaments and flare in the same color pallet. Really CUTE!
This is an example of a tree my grandma would love. I think doing a tree like this is great and elegant especially for formal parties or leaving up until after New Years.
Red & White
I Love red and white Trees. Another peppermint style but not as much bling because the tree is already white.
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Great Idea for toy collectors or just an ALL boy house.
This is another whimsical looking tree. I bet it smells AMAZING.
Another Toy themed tree but so fun. My little boy would DIE over this.
Doctor Seuss Theme
I know there are a lot of Dr. Seuss lovers out there but how fun would this be in a classroom? If you look closely you see there are picture drawings for ornaments. I think this would be really neat for a classroom activity.
This tree reminds me of Joanna Gaines. But what I love about it is the Merry Christmas strung across it. You just don’t see that very often.
A Nightmare Before Christmas
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I know I have a few friends who have Nightmare Before Christmas Tree’s. I think that adding all of the glitter and snowflakes really does make it festive.
Source: Shanty 2 Chic
I am loving the use of burlap instead of ribbon on this style. I also LOVE LOVE LOVE the galvanized bucket as a skirt instead of fabric or seeing a tree stand.