A Snowy White-Themed tree
How tall is your tree?
It is 7.5 ft tall.
What type of tree is it?
What mix of ornaments did you use for this tree?
I stayed fairly simple with this tree because I really wanted the snowy frosted branches to be the focal point. I added white ornaments in various sizes first and then tucked in red berry branches and twigs that I added a bit of frosting to so that their colors were softened. For the topper; I used a simple gilded raffia star.
How many ornaments did you use to achieve this look?
I probably used about 80-100 ornaments for the tree and about 4 packages of the branches and berries.
How did you decide on the decorating theme of your tree?
I knew that I wanted something simple and elegant that didn’t overwhelm the beauty of the frosted tree and so a snowy white theme came to mind.
Is there something different you did for this tree that you particularly like?
Originally, I was going to stay very neutral with all whites for the this tree, but when I found the red berries at the last minute, I tucked a couple in the branches. I loved how they really brought a different look to the tree. Since they were fairly bright against the frosted look, a quick spray of faux snow did the trick to really make them feel like they truly fit in with the rest of the snow-laden branches in the tree.
If you love this look, check out Courtney’s Winter Pinecone Themed tree here.