Hey guys, welcome to day 5 of my Blogmas!
In today’s post I am going to show you my Christmas tree and talk about any meaningful decorations that I have!
If you’ve missed yesterday’s post (gift guide for her) you can check it out here.
One of my favourite parts of Christmas is putting the Christmas tree up and decorating the whole house Christmassy! It just makes the house so cosy and festive which makes it even nicer during the festive season.
We normally set up the tree on the first weekend in December, so this year the tree went up on Saturday the 2nd of December.
When I was younger the routine was that my dad would put up the tree and me and my mum would put up the decorations. Now it’s slightly different, my dad still puts up the tree, my mum decorates most of the tree and I do the finishing touches.
When I was little, the tradition was that I would get to choose one new decoration each year, that stopped for a few years but has started again this year!
So without further ado let me show you my tree(s) and some meaningful decorations!
This is my Christmas tree, over the years it’s gotten smaller as my mum doesn’t like wide trees, I personally preferred it when it was wider but it’s still cute like this! Obviously my cat is a fan, unlimited amount of ‘toys’ dangling there for her to play with..
This decoration was bought for me by my Nan, it’s been my favourite colour for years and I love how pretty it looks! It’s meaningful as it represents the love she has for our family.
This is also a favourite of mine as it was bought for me by my auntie who I am really close with. I love how cute the elf is as well!
This is one of my favourites as I got it when I was a child and wanted to be a princess, my parents always said it was me and places it near the top each year!
This is the Christmas tree that I have in my bedroom, it’s not as impressive as a big tree but I love it and it makes my room feel extra Christmassy!
This is a decoration that Graham bought me from Winter Wonderland this year, I love it!
Thank you for reading today’s post, I hope you enjoyed seeing my Christmas tree and hearing some of the meanings behind it. Tomorrow’s post will be ‘my Christmas traditions’ which I’ve slightly touched on in today’s post.
When do you normally put up you Tree? Comment below
Love, Jess x
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