For White House Christmas 2018 decorations, Melania Trump has covered the White House halls with the patriotic theme "American Treasures"…
For White House Christmas 2018 decorations, Melania Trump has covered the White House halls with the patriotic theme “American Treasures” which recognizes America’s unique heritage. “
” This is a happy time of year when we decorate White House for the Christmas Season, “said First Lady in a statement on the approach to her second Christmas at the White House.” Our theme honors the heart and the spirit of the American people. Thanks to the many volunteers and staff who worked hard to decorate People’s Hall hallways in jubilation. On behalf of my family, we wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy new year. “
FLOTUS already worked on designing the Christmas tree plan in August, according to a statement by the White House.
Everywhere, there are trees. With some help from volunteers, this year’s festive decorations include more than 1
4,000 red ornaments hanging from 29 There were also lots of memorials like a gingerbread house showcase of the National Mall: Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument and the White House.
The long Fraser granite in the blue room is adorned with more than 500 feet of blue velvet band in embroidered gold with each state and territory. It was handcrafted as an official Christmas tree by the National Christmas Tree Association and cut from Avery County, North Carolina Farm, and the Vermeilrum shows two sparkling blue and golden trees.
Christmas was an important talent for Trump under his campaign daytracking days, so it’s incredible to see Yuletide trimmings on full screen again.
President Donald Trump and Melania Trump will open the People’s House to visitors to a Christmas chamber in the White House in December. The White House will also welcome musicians, colleges, choirs and holiday-themed entertainers to attend the festivities.
Last year’s White House Christmas Decoration theme was “Time-Sold Traditions”. Therefore, there was a tree of tribute to the Gold Star military families, President Ronald Reagan’s porcelain and President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1866 edition of the classic Charles Dickens story “A Christmas Carol.”
Ballet dancer also performed for George Balanchines Nutcracker .
There were also sweets. The massive “White House” gingerbread house was baked every 300 pounds of you and featured a mini-christmas wreath on each window. And the guests were treated to sugarcakes filled with bright colorful decorations.