10 Second Christmas Decorating Reference List

Christmas is here and we can finally start decorating the tree!

Here is a simple reference list to break the process down into smaller bits so your brain can start imagining on the christmas lights ahead…

Decorating a Christmas tree? 

What theme are you going with?  Obviously you choose any theme you wish, here's a few examples...
- Traditional 
- Child focused 
- Color(s) theme 
- Sports theme
- Mountain Theme

Tree with lights
- White lights or multicolored lights? (Now you can have both!!! Just ask Debbie how…)
- L.E.D. ?

Tree topper
– Traditional angel or modern star?

Details 
-Tree skirt
-Poinsettias 
-Wreath
-Ice sculpture

The Mantle 
Complementing mantle? Matching with the Christmas tree theme? 

Bring it all Together
Something consistent in all decor.

In the Vail Valley for Christmas?

Call Debbie King with Bloomingvails LLC for any of your Christmas Decorating needs! 

(970) 390 0655 

We deliver Christmas Trees all over the valley! 

Vail 

Beaver Creek 

Arrowhead 

Red Sky Ranch 

Bachelors Gulch

Cordillera 

Mountain Star 

Eagle 

Avon 

Wildridge 

Edwards

Christmas in Vail with Covid-19

We all know Santa likes to spread his Christmas joy, but obviously this year the important thing is not to spread the virus.  For those of us already thinking about how we are going to share the Christmas spirit this season in Vail, Colorado here’s a couple of Covid-19 Christmas tips. 

Keep the hand sanitizer on deck.  A sanitation station at the entrance of your house is important.  The puppy chow, and all other amazingly delicious Christmas snacks that are usually laid out on tables and counters for enjoying with company require extra attention this year. 

Christmas 2020 might be the year that you buy an already decorated Christmas tree, or even an artificial tree, in order to save yourself the stress.   This holiday will present unique challenges, remember to breathe, reflect, and appreciate the little things. 

If you are going to get people together make sure there is plenty of air circulation in the house.  Even though its cold, whenever possible out door meetings are better this season.  Play it safe from your home and order a fresh Christmas tree with a phone call to Bloomingvails Christmas decorating services.

If you’re lucky enough to spend this Christmas in beautiful Vail, Colorado then contact Debbie King and Bloomingvails for all your Christmas decorating desires.  Prioritize what’s important this year, your health and your family.  Let Bloomingsvails concentrate on converting your house into a Christmas wonderland so you can focus on spreading that Christmas joy (and not corona virus.)

-Contact Debbie King with Bloomingvails at (970) 390 0655 or debbie@bloomingvails.com

By Thomas Jeremiah King

What you May not Know about the Christmas Tree…

By Thomas King
August 28, 2020

The Christmas tree is a tradition we can trace the roots of all the way back to ancient Egypt. These earlier societies like in Egypt or Rome placed critical importance on the sun and its movements in order to plan their agricultural production. The evergreen plants have been a symbol of agrarian prosperity and the coming summer.

Legend says that in the 16th century Protestant Reformer Martin Luther wanted to capture the beauty of the stars he saw walking home one evening. To replicate the brilliant stars amongst the trees, when he arrived at his home, Martin Luther wired candles to the branches of the tree making the first ¨Christmas lights.¨

For much of its young life, The United States of America, was generally opposed to the Christmas tree. It wasn’t until 1846, when Queen Victoria of England and her Prince Albert of Germany, were drawn on the cover of a popular magazine on the East Coast that the Christmas Tree in America began to popularize.

If you need Christmas tree delivery in Vail, Colorado look no further than Bloomingvails Christmas decorations.
Just ask for Debbie!

970 390 0655

What you may not have known about the Christmas Tree…

By Thomas Jeremiah King

The Christmas tree is a tradition we can trace the roots of all the way back to ancient Egypt. These earlier societies like in Egypt or Rome placed critical importance on the sun and its movements in order to plan their agricultural production.  The evergreen plants have been a symbol of agrarian prosperity and the coming summer.

Legend says that in the 16th century Protestant Reformer Martin Luther wanted to capture the beauty of the stars he saw walking home one evening.  To replicate the brilliant stars amongst the trees, when he arrived at his home, Martin Luther wired candles to the branches of the tree making the first ¨Christmas lights.¨

For much of its young life, The United States of America, was generally opposed to the Christmas tree.  It wasn’t until 1846, when Queen Victoria of England and her Prince Albert of Germany, were drawn on the cover of a popular magazine on the East Coast that the Christmas Tree in America began to popularize. 

If you need Christmas tree delivery in Vail, Colorado look no further than Bloomingvails Christmas decorations.

Just ask for Debbie!  970 390 0655.

Article Title

History of Christmas Trees

Author

History.com Editors

Website Name

HISTORY

URL

https://www.history.com/topics/christmas/history-of-christmas-trees

Access Date

26 de August de 2020

Publisher

A&E Television Networks

Last Updated

January 27, 2020

Original Published Date

October 27, 2009