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Decorate Like Disney at Christmas

Updated on December 8, 2017
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Christmas is a month-long state-of-mind for me. This festive time of loved ones, parties, gifts, and religious celebrations is so special.

Indoor or Outdoor, Add the Disney Look to Your Christmas Decorations

This beautifully decorated bridge railing with garlands, oversized ornaments, and a red with gold ribbon was created by the Disney decorators. Wouldn't this look great on your fence or porch railing!
This beautifully decorated bridge railing with garlands, oversized ornaments, and a red with gold ribbon was created by the Disney decorators. Wouldn't this look great on your fence or porch railing! | Source

Decorate Like Disney for Christmas

People flock to Disney World at Christmas time to see the fabulous decorations. You can look at photos of these beautiful swags and Christmas trees and then add your own Disney look this holiday. Everything is festive and perfect in the Magic Kingdom.

Duplicating the Disney style in your home or office can give you a luxurious and stylish display for the holidays. Check out the variety of decorations that make up the Disney look.

Think Big. Think Luxurious.

This tree almost touches the ceiling. Disney decorates not just Walt Disney World but all the resort hotels associated with it.  This tree, decorated by the same professionals who decorate the parks, is located at Solivita just south of Kissimmee
This tree almost touches the ceiling. Disney decorates not just Walt Disney World but all the resort hotels associated with it. This tree, decorated by the same professionals who decorate the parks, is located at Solivita just south of Kissimmee | Source

Tips for Achieving the Disney Look with a Christmas Tree

Wide ribbon with wire in the edges can be shaped and curved. Add lots of gold and shiny touches to get the Disney look. You want a lush appearance. On this tree, the ribbon is placed first and spaced evenly in a spiral manner. Then the other ornaments are added.

The color scheme for this tree is shades of burgandy with luxurious touches of gold and bronze.


The community that I live in, south of Orlando, is decorated each year right after Thanksgiving.

Why so early? It is decorated by the professional decorators who make Epcot, the Animal Kingdom, and the Magic Kingdom into Christmas wonderlands. They start early with us so it is done before they start the massive job of decorating acres of railings, huge trees, and the special buildings at the theme parks.

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Be Sure Your Greenery Is Thick and Lush

The Disney look is apparent here with wide red ribbon and gold edges. Don't be stingy with the ribbon or the greenery. It needs to look nice and thick. Tuck in clumps of red berries and red and gold Christmas balls. Beautiful, isn't it!

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Time Lapse Video Showing Disneyland Transforming for Christmas

Of course, you don't have a huge crew of professional decorators to transform your home.

Still, it is possible to achieve the beautiful look of a Disney Christmas tree or swags and other holiday decorations by studying photos of these and viewing tutorials on YouTube.

White and Gold Disney-Style Tree

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How to Achieve This Look

The combination of white and gold make this a fabulous Disney tree. There are lots of lights and lots of ornaments, then big splashes of white with the poinsettias. What a great look for this tree.

Note how the larger elements, the eye-catching white poinsettias, are spaced around the tree. Then they fill every inch of space with glittering gold and sparkling white.

I hope you'll try the Disney look on your tree this year. You'll get lots of compliments.

Load the Tree with Stunning Ornaments with a Color Theme

The profusion of ornaments is harmonious in colors to create a gorgeous look. Don't you agree?
The profusion of ornaments is harmonious in colors to create a gorgeous look. Don't you agree? | Source

© 2017 Virginia Allain

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