Have a look at a few Stylish Last Minute Christmas Decoration Ideas because style doesn’t always need a lot of planning. Check out 7 Simple Festive decor Ideas to create a Holiday atmosphere.
Seven Last Minute Christmas Decoration Ideas
1. White Cyclamen plant Decoration
When you think of handmade holiday decorations, I am sure it’s more complicated than buying a few cyclamen plants and placing them in a big vase. I just decorated the entrance of our home with white Cyclamen plants, small white pots with candles and a few silver star Christmas tree decorations. Took me less than 10 minutes… Give your guests a dramatic welcome…. with a glass of champagne…
2. Create a Champagne little corner
Place an ice bucket with sparkling wine or champagne and a tray with flute glasses on your coffee table. You will create a festive atmosphere in seconds. Serve sparkling wine with fresh blackcurrant or pomegranate. Sometimes, I also add fresh fruit juice instead of liquor for color.
You could do some homemade strawberries covered with chocolate.
3. Set your dinner table with love and style
Use little silver and gold stars to decorate your plates. Use Champagne Corks for Seating Cards….
4. Use Christmas stockings… everywhere!
How cute are these Christmas stockings? Decorate your table in unexpected ways.
5. Gold macaroni Christmas decorations
I have seen a few macaroni decorations but these sparkling gold painted farfalle look super chic and are a fast and easy DIY.
6. DIY Food Christmas Tree
Elevate your Christmas treats by creating a cute super healthy food Christmas tree DIY.
7. The upside down … Christmas tree
Feels like a new decorating concept but it’s not.
Actually, it started in Germany in the 16th and possibly 15th century. The early trees were biblically symbolic of the Paradise Tree in the Garden of Eden. Food and flowers were used to decorate the tree.
According to ChristianHistory.net, the upside down Christmas tree traces its history to Boniface, an English Benedictine monk who went to Germany to preach the Gospel. Legend has it that he used the triangular shape of the Fir tree to describe the Holy Trinity of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The converted people began to revere the Fir tree as God’s tree as they had previously revered the Oak. By the 12th century, it was being hung, upside down, from ceilings at Christmastime in Central Europe, as a symbol of Christianity.
I haven’t tried this one to be honest. What about you?
Photos – Pinterest, Real Simple
Have a lovely Day!!!