Several years ago I decided to decorate my Christmas tree in blues and whites and it felt perfect, my coastal Christmas tree felt like me. It makes sense for my Christmas tree to have blues and whites and maybe even a beachy feel because that’s the design of my home.
Or switching out inexpensive Christmas tree baubles from silver to gold can do the trick as well.
I love this green tree with royal blue and white decor.
Use a Variety of Bulbs and Ornaments on Your Blue and White Christmas Tree Using different colors, sizes, shapes, and finishes of ornament bulbs give your Christmas tree more visual interest.
I love this moody color combo from Craftberry Bush. This tree from 2 Bees creates a lot of visual interest with the variety of ornaments used. If you love traditional ornament bulbs, try mixing colors, finishes, and sizes like this tree. Branches, Picks with berries, faux greenery, silver ornaments, and faux flower-like poinsettias all are great options to add dimension to your white and blue Christmas tree.
You can see here from Citrine Living, the sprays that are peaking out from the tree giving it a fullness that is pleasing to the eye. I love the way Lilypad Cottage uses picks as a tree topper instead of the traditional star.
Ribbon and garland are elements that are often overlooked in Christmas tree decorating. The beautifully cascading ribbon is my favorite way to elevate a Christmas tree. I hope the tips in this post are helpful and give you the confidence to try and blue and white tree this year if you’re interested!