Blue and white is a classic color combination that has always been one of my favorites! So it’s probably not much of a surprise that I decided to use it (along with some gold) for my Christmas decorations this year. I just love how the garland over the mantel and this blue, white and gold Christmas tree decor look in my living room!
Why does it always seem that Thanksgiving rolls around and I’m still looking for some inspiration for my Christmas decorations?
I think I spend so much effort decorating for Halloween that I run out of steam for Christmas…that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it 🙂
So this year, I took the easy way out and decided to match my Christmas decor to my room colors.
But there’s another solution if you are in the same boat, and are still looking for some ways to decorate your Christmas tree.
Welcome To Our First Annual Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop!!
More than 40 bloggers are sharing their Christmas tree decor (you can find all the links at the bottom of the page)!
Talk about some inspiration!
So grab a cup of your favorite beverage, settle in and get comfortable because you are going to love the beautiful Christmas tree decor ideas that are being shared today!
Let’s Meet The Hosts!
Michelle – Our Crafty Mom | Allison – Upright and Caffeinated | Angela – Simply Beautiful By Angela | Annie – All Things Big and Small | Brittany – Our Home Made Easy | Chloe – Celebrate and Decorate
Cindy – County Road 407 | Colleen – Life on Kaydeross Creek | Denise – My Thrifty House | Eileen – Sand Dollar Lane | Erlene – My Pinterventures | Jaclyn – The Dotted Nest | Jeannee – Centsably Creative | Vicki – 2 Bees In A Pod | Jennifer – Oh Fiddle Dee Dee | Jolene – Create Pray Love | Kim – Made In A Day | Kristie – Teadoddles | Leanna – Faeries and Fauna | Maria – Simple Nature Decor | Marie – The Inspiration Vault | Mary – The Boondocks Blog | Meegan – What Meegan Makes | Meg – Green With Decor | Melissa – Welcome To The Woods | Donna – Modern On Monticello | Morgan – Charleston Crafted | Nancy – Slightly Coastal | Nicole – Madness and Method | Pam – P.S. I Love You Crafts | Sam – Raggedy Bits | Shirley – Intelligent Domestications | Stephanie – Abbotts At Home | Wanda – From House To Home | Yami – The Latina Next Door | Jenn – Loveland Lodge | Christene – Keys To Inspiration | Libbie – A Life Unfolding | Jaclyn – One Thousand Oaks | Jennifer – 2 Bees In A Pod | Sarah – The Project Pile
My Blue, White and Gold Christmas Tree Decor
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And now on to the details of my blue, white and gold Christmas tree.
For those of you who know me, you know that blue is my favorite color.
Pretty much every room in my house has some shade of blue in it.
But as much as I love the color blue, I have never really used it as the main color in my Christmas decorations.
So I decided this was going to be the year to go all out with a blue, white and gold color scheme.
It all started with this garland that I created over the mantel.
Of course, I couldn’t let the mantel outshine the tree, so that meant going all out with the Christmas tree decor, too.
First thing was to collect a bunch of blue and white ornaments. (You can find links to some of my favorites below).
Fortunately, blue is an “in” color this year, so I was able to find some great poinsettia clips* as well as some other blue and white ornaments.
I also found an ornament set from Frontgate (no longer available) that was a little more money than I normally spend. But the ornaments are so beautiful, it was worth it!
These blue and white ginger jar ornaments* were the final elements that pulled the whole look together.
They go with all of the blue and white ginger jars in my house.
I love combining the poinsettia clips with the real thing at the bottom of the tree.
The tree holds its own with the mantel now!
It’s definitely the focal point when you come into the living room.