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How to create a traditional christmas tree for your work christmas party

How to Create a Traditional Christmas Tree for Your Work Christmas Party

Putting together magnificent d?cor for a Christmas party is the easiest way to create that jolly atmosphere that Christmas brings. Adding a traditional Christmas tree to your d?cor will without doubt give that seasonal effect to the venue – just what you needed!

To create a traditional Christmas tree for your work Christmas party, you will require a traditional Christmas tree. The tree traditionally used is the Norway Spruce- a nice smelling spruce with elegant vertical foliage. This tree will keep if watered for the festive periods; however, it will drop many of its needles. An alternative is the rounded Fraser Fir  — a fruit smelling fir with soft foliage. These, unlike the spruce, often last longer than the Christmas period and can be planted afterwards if still small and alive.

Traditional Victorian decorations ranged from little ornaments and toys to ribboned bags of sweets and even sweetmeats!  Today, chocolates and sweets are still used on Christmas trees but usually the Children and adults get to them before Christmas is out. D?cor in the shape of toys can also be found in local markets mainly, but also department stores. Real silver d?cor and glass was used in the richer households, which has created the tradition of using silver decorations at Christmas time. Although not real silver, silver tinsel does look amazing on a Christmas tree and can be easily found on the high street for a much cheaper price than real silver!

Victorian women’s fine handcraft skills were often put to use as they created the delicate lace and silver bags for the sweets. Snowflake dollies and cotton wool angels will also made to adorn the tree. Although you may not be able to spend as much time as a Victorian lady making these d?cor, why not make a few paper decorations for the tree and buy some simple jewellery bags for the sweets. They will not only look lovely on the tree but will provide each guest with a little surprise present!

Further additions to Christmas trees have included various fruits, such as apples, an array of firmly attached candles and cinnamon – the smell of Christmas! Although candles are not permitted to be lit in most venues, you can put in lights in the shape of candles or unlit candles with lights cleverly positioned in order to create that half lit Christmas atmosphere. You can also add fake apples and sticks of real cinnamon, if you really want to be traditional.

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