It’s the most wonderful time of the year – and if you’re anything like us you want to take advantage of every minute of the Christmas season with as much fervor as possible, which means decorating with as much holiday cheer as possible. Now don’t get us wrong, we like to keep the seasons separate, pre-Thanksgiving is all about the fall colors and gratitude. But the minute the clock strikes midnight on Thanksgiving night, our brains go all green and red, ready to hit the ground running with Christmas.
Decorations can come in all shapes and sizes – a centerpiece for your dining room table, a wreath for your front door, a poinsettia for your living room. However, some would argue that the most important point of Christmas decorations is your Christmas Tree. And while some may prefer a big Christmas tree, you can spread the cheer in a lot of rooms (or in a small apartment with a tabletop Christmas tree. It’s so fun to be creative with your Christmas tree, why not put on in every room of your home?
A classic tabletop Christmas tree in our Oh! Christmas Tree arrangement. This stunning mini tree is decorated with classic red roses to give it that elegant but festive pop of color. In addition, it in covered in white baby’s breath with mini silver bulbs nestled in the branches. On the top of this tabletop tree, we have a big red bow like a perfect Christmas present. This mini tabletop Christmas tree would be a perfect gift to send to a friend or child who might live in a big city and doesn’t have room for a full Christmas tree. This offers the same classic feel, without the classic size.
Another cozy and cute piece of tabletop Christmas décor is our Santa’s Sleigh Christmas Tree. Maybe you have a bonus room or a basement that needs a little dash of cheer, but you don’t want to go all out with a full-sized tree, this mini tree is the perfect piece. This cute tree sits on top of a mini sleigh which add and fun and whimsical touch. In addition to evergreens, this tree has red mini carnations, white spray roses, and white gypsophilia to round out the trio of Christmas colors. This tree would be perfect to gift yourself or to gift a sister or aunt who loves a kitschy and fun look for their Christmas decorations.
Now, everyone knows that the coziest night is the first snowfall. So, if what you’re looking for is that winter tree there isn’t a better tree than the Holly Tabletop Christmas Tree. This pop of green has the most perfect dusting of white, giving it the look of a Christmas tree that has just experienced the first snow, even if you won’t be getting any snow where you live. This tree stands a little over a foot tall, wrapped in Holly wrapping paper. This tree would be the perfect gift to send to a loved one who is missing the snow this year.
When it comes to tabletop Christmas trees, they can often be the better option. You have more opportunities around your home to incorporate them in your decorating. You have the option to get one that has alternative Christmas colors, like this tree that has blue delphiniums with silver accents, or a mini tabletop tree that incorporates a bit of nature like this Christmas Tree Celebration that has pinecones, with some bright green poms, too.
No matter the tree(s) you choose, they’re sure to bring the Christmas cheer your house is craving. Always remember, there is no such thing as going overboard with Christmas decorating – if it makes you happy and puts you in the Christmas mood, it is just the right amount. And if that means a house full of tabletop Christmas trees, well then who are we to stop you?