What could be more festive than passing houses filled with majestic Christmas trees decked with ornaments, garlands and lights during the holiday season? Nothing, right! Decorating a Christmas tree is a tradition, which has been around since centuries, but did not gain popularity in America until the 19th century. In the olden times, decorations mainly comprised of homemade glass ornaments dyed in bright colors and of course, popcorn garlands. But things have changed now. Popcorn garlands are now replaced with stunning, elaborate and outrageously gorgeous garlands. And if you’re looking for some Christmas tree garland inspirations, you’ve stumbled upon the right place. In this article, we’ve rounded up the best Christmas tree garland decoration ideas for you. Take a look!
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30 Christmas Tree Garland Decoration Ideas
We’re starting the list with the most beautiful and cheerful Christmas garland decoration ideas. This floral garland is a lovely contrast to the other traditional winter tree loaded with snow and ice. While real flowers would elevate the beauty of this décor, silk flowers will look equally amazing and won’t even wear off easily.
Simple Bead Garland:
This Christmas tree is just perfect for a kid’s room. The hanging ornaments will make the kids excited, so will the colorful stars. And the bead garland is definitely making it look even better. Just make it as colorful as you can.
Decorate Your Potted Christmas Tree With A Colorful Pompom Garland:
Pompoms looks beautiful and stylish anyway, but when they’re made with typical, festive shades like red, white and green, it’s beauty manifolds. So make a similar one to deck your Christmas tree. It’s pretty simple to make, but the impact it will leave will be very high.
Sometimes, simplicity makes maximum impact, as seen in the picture above. This large Christmas tree is decorated with nothing, but ribbons in two different colors and pattern and a handful of ornaments. Yet, it’s looking magnificent. There’s no reason people won’t like it.
Merry Christmas Garland:
How about beautifying your Christmas tree with a stunning Merry Christmas garland? The rest of the tree is decorated along the lines with silver and white ornaments and a beautiful bow tree topper. We even loved the fur base and a cute little oil perched on the Christmas gift box.
French Christmas Tree Decorated With Pearl Garlands:
If you want to give a French touch to your decoration, add a couple of French garlands around your tree. It will give a sophisticated and elegant look to your décor. Lights, pinecone ornaments, snow branches and antique gold balls are adding a beautiful accent to the tree.
White Pompom Garland:
Here’s a simple, yet stunning Scandinavian Christmas tree decorated with metallic ornaments, Christmas tree cut out and white pompom garlands. Since Scandinavians prefer simple decoration, this idea will definitely fit the bill.
Popcorn Pompom Garland:
Take the nostalgic route by decorating your Christmas tree with popcorn garland. Though this garland tree is not made with real popcorn, but with white pompoms. The entire Christmas tree is decorated along the rustic lines with burlap, twine garlands, yard ornaments and gift baskets at the base.
Use Natural Elements:
White the dried citrus ornaments is definitely the highlight of this Christmas tree, you just cannot ignore the popcorn garlands, which are rarely seen these days. Even cinnamon and cranberry garlands are used garland. So you can say the entire tree is nature friendly.
Burlap Christmas Tree:
Go the simpler route by decorating your Christmas tree with burlap ribbons. This is probably one of the easiest ways to give a rustic touch to your décor. If you think the tree is looking a bit simple, fill it with lights and yarn ornaments.
You must be wondering why we’re again mentioning pompom garland twice. That’s because the above link provides the tutorial to make this lovely garland. It also shows how beautiful your Christmas tree will look with just one decoration item.
Blush And Copper:
Would you believe if we say that the fluffy garland featured in this beyond beautiful Christmas tree is actually made of duster? Sounds too good to be true, right? But it’s actually microfiber feather dusters shaped in the form of a garland. Isn’t it looking pretty?
Burlap With Fun Patterns:
Burlap with fun patterns are used to enhance the beauty of this Christmas tree. We really love the choice of decorative elements. Since the entire Christmas tree loaded with fun and whimsical ornaments, the tree topper and garland are kept fairly simple. We think it’s perfect for a country house.
Clever Alternative Christmas Tree:
Now this one is really unique! Instead of placing a full fledged Christmas tree, a Christmas tree form is wound up with a greens garland decked with lights, pinecones and tiny ornaments. We can’t help, but marvel the creativity of the person behind it. The gift boxes, for the very first time, are not looking over the top.
A Pink Look:
Wow! This pink Christmas tree is definitely a treat for the eyes. Look how beautifully it’s decorated with fun ornaments like donuts, flowers, baubles and pinecones. A lovely pink feather garland is also wound up around the tree. Pink indeed never looked so beautiful before.
Yes, you can also use plaid ribbons as a garland for your Christmas tree, as seen in this picture, especially if you’re going for a country or rustic theme for your decoration. The other ornaments like tiny mittens, tiny hats, tiny handbag and tiny bottles look equally fun.
Popcorn And Cranberry Garland:
Why make two different popcorn and cranberry garlands when you can combine both in one. This pretty basket Christmas tree is decorated with dried citrus ornaments, cookies and of course, popcorn and cranberry garlands. Candy canes and bows are also added for effect.
The Easiest Garland:
This is perhaps the easiest to source Christmas tree garland. Just head to your backyard and try to get hold of some twines. Wrap it around the tree and see the volume and texture it adds to the overall look. Even your guests will try to emulate this look of yours in their décor.
A Rustic Christmas Tree:
Here’s another fine example of a rustic Christmas tree housed in a basket and wrapped around with a burlap ribbon. For some extra effect, put some logs in a basket and place it near the Christmas tree. And don’t forget the cute ornaments.
Loaded With Pearls:
This stunning, Victorian Christmas tree is loaded with pearl garlands. It’s looking very royal with gold ribbons and ornaments. And the combination of green and gold is also looking classic.
Two Toned Burlap Garland:
Yes, even burlap can look glamorous when used with the right decorative items. The flocked Christmas tree in this pictured is loaded with yarn ornaments, cranberries, ornaments and even gift boxes. To mute it down a bit, a dual toned burlap garland is wrapped around the tree.
Don’t you think this garland is made using gumballs? The colorful beads indeed signify that. Besides multicolored beads, even tiny star garlands are used to decorate this Christmas tree. And we can’t decide, which one we like more! Why not go for both, like this blogger?
Burlap And Rope:
If you’re opting for a coastal or beach themed, you need to decorate your Christmas tree along the similar lines as well. The tree featured here is decked with pretty ornaments and faux snow. If you notice, rope and burlap ribbons are used as garland for this Christmas tree.
A leafy garland adorns this lovely slim pinecone tree. Not just leaf, even flowers, pinecones, berries and jingle bells are used to make this garland. All in all, it’s looking really beautiful.
Feather Bow Garland:
If you want to give a winter wonderland look to your Christmas tree, wrap it around with thin feather bow garland. It will go really well with a flocked Christmas tree.
This medium sized Christmas tree is decorated with ribbon and popcorn garland. The rest of the decoration is kept fun with gingerbread men and cornucopia.
You can even create or make an ornament garland to decorate your gorgeous tree. Just keep the color combination in mind before making the garland. Red and blue looks truly beautiful.
Cranberry Branch Garland:
These cranberry garlands complete with branches are exuding the perfect rustic and countryside charm. It looks even prettier when combined with a white bead garland. Don’t forget to place plaid wrapped gifts at the base of the tree.
Rustic Woodland Christmas Tree:
Here’s a perfect example of a rustic woodland Christmas tree complete with plead garlands, twig ornaments, pinecones and cranberries. Isn’t it beautiful?
Tulle Silk Garland:
Those who want to recreate the beautiful vintage era can try replicating this stunning idea. It features a heavily lit Christmas tree wrapped with silk garlands.
So these were the best Christmas tree garland decoration ideas. If there’s any more you’d like us to cover, let us know by commenting below.