It’s easy for companies with annual Christmas events to fall into a rut but there is no reason to repeat the same party every year.
Inspiration for Christmas decor can come from a stroll through a shopping center or a park, decorations in restaurants, hotels, churches and cathedrals, YouTube videos, and Pinterest or Flickr images.
To design fresh decor for Christmas events:
- Keep it Simple.
Arranging a few objects and unifying them through a simple color palette can create magic.
- Don’t get stuck in the red and green rut.
Experiment with white, gold, silver, fuchsia, shades of blue, and even a bright burgundy.
- Remember, ornaments aren’t just for Christmas trees.
Christmas ornaments are scalable. They can be used for giant statues in fountains, arranged in bowls or vases for centerpieces, and incorporated into outdoor event venue decor.
Many YouTube tutorials demonstrate how to create custom ornaments and snow globes.
Experiment with Edible Decor
No Christmas event would be complete without tasty treats. Candy canes are a good place to start for informal Christmas events but they aren’t the only way to create edible decor. Experiment with fruit, and nuts. Arrange Christmas goodies into a candy bar or shape the treats into colorful centerpieces.
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