By Renae Frey

How To Decorate a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tree

How To Decorate a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tree

Hey Friends!

Welcome! I am so glad that you are here. I always enjoy our time together. It’s so hard to believe that we have celebrated Thanksgiving and are quickly headed to Christmas. Do you choose a Christmas decorating theme each year? I do a themed tree in our front room and a traditional tree with all of the handmade Christmas ornaments in the family room. I absolutely love the French Blue Color, so that is what I have decided to use as my inspiration this year. Today, I am going to show you How To Decorate a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tree.

I’m going to share my best tips, tricks and ideas for creating an elegant Christmas tree. Come on, I’ll show you.

Doesn’t this give you all the cozy Christmas feels?

Blue has always been my favorite color, but for some reason I have never decorated for Christmas using the color blue. Weird, huh? So, this year is the year and I just couldn’t be more excited! You can see How to Create a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tablescape here. See the Blue and White Stairway Christmas Garland here. See 6 Beautiful Gift Wrapping Ideas for Your Christmas Gift Giving, here.

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I love all of the layers in the Christmas Tree decor.

Step 1: The more clear twinkle lights on your Christmas tree-the merrier. Don’t hesitate to add more lights to a pre-lit faux Christmas tree. The sparkle is so magical.

Step 2: I chose a medium size snowy floral pick to help fill in any bare areas and to add texture to the tree.

Ooh La La.

Step 3: Add in the small glitter flocked floral picks.

Step 4: Next, I added a collection of mercury glass ornaments, etched mercury glass ornaments. mercury glass finial ornaments, chandelier drop mercury glass ornaments, and heirloom quality mercury glass heart ornaments. The combination of the mercury glass ornaments with the twinkle lights reflecting off of them is so beautiful.

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Step 5: Next, I added the clear glass ball ornaments. I use these on every tree. They not only fill in any blank spots in the tree, but they reflect all of the light.

Merry and Bright. Look at that crystal garland. Isn’t it fabulous?

Step 6: I love this crystal garland so much. Yep, you guessed it. I love the sparkle!

Step 7: Adding the small prism ornaments. These little beauties make my heart smile.

Add Softness with Satin Ribbons

Step 7: I adore French blue and adding ribbon is a great way to add in some color and softness. I tied 3/4″ wide French Blue satin ribbon onto the ends of the branches. Isn’t this so sweet?

Step 8: Topping the tree. I added some flocked cedar picks to the top of the tree, this adds height and interest. And, the best part is adding the 2.25″ wide French Blue satin ribbon to the top. I tied two lengths of ribbon into a bow and used floral wire to attach it to the tree.

And that’s it! I can’t wait to be gathered around the Christmas Tree with friends and family, with hot cocoa in hand, celebrating the true Reason for the Season.

I hope that this has inspired you to decorate a beautiful blue and white Christmas tree.

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5 thoughts on “How To Decorate a Beautiful Blue and White Christmas Tree”

  1. Leslie Watkins

    Such great inspiration with that beautiful tree! Love the tiny blue ribbon tucked in among it all.

  2. Renae, your Christmas Tree is stunning. I just love it.

  3. Your tree is gorgeous, Renae! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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