To make unique Christmas trees you need Christmas decor accents, tree skirts, lights, ribbons and original ideas for your theme.
If you are located in the Miami area I know several importers of unique artificial Christmas trees and Holiday accents. These local Miami importers offer the best retail prices and it's worth the trip.
If you are in the trade, they will offer wholesale discount.
In the section below describing the best Christmas trees, I recommend a very established company which has been highlighted in national media outlets such as MSNBC, HGTV, USA Today, the Washington Post and many radio programs.
Check out their vast assortment of Realistic Christmas Trees
Holiday LED lights are making Christmas decorating more fun.
And let us not forget the Christmas wreaths and garlands available in fresh or artificial.
If you are in the Ft Lauderdale area stop by Joys Florist to see unique Christmas flower arrangements.
We can make custom orders for your holidays arrangements filled with fresh fir, pine, cedar, pine cones and bring the feeling of Christmas winter days, while you bask in the sun
Overall I wish you a very Happy Christmas and Holidays.
Peace and Love to All!
Make peace no war.
Everyone is looking for the best artificial Christmas trees. There are two main types of trees; one is the "Realistic Christmas Tree" indicating an artificial Christmas tree that is the most real looking. The realistic tree is molded polyethylene to create a three-dimensional branch creating a remarkably realistic look, even up close.
The other is the standard artificial Christmas tree constructed with PVC needles creating a "bottle brush" branch.
There are also other trees:
The origin of the Christmas tree can be traced to the 16th and possibly the 15th century in early modern Germany.
It acquired popularity beyond Germany during the second half of the 19th century.
The Christmas tree has also been known as the "Yule-tree", especially in discussions of its folkloristic origins.
Traditionally the tree, usually an evergreen like conifer, pine or fir.
The TV special A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) was influential on the pop culture surrounding the Christmas tree.
Aluminum Christmas trees were popular during the early 1960s in the US. They were satirized in the Charlie Brown show and came to be seen as symbolizing the commercialization of Christmas.
The term Charlie Brown Christmas tree, describing any poor-looking or malformed little tree, also derives from the 1965 TV special, based on the appearance of Charlie Brown's Christmas tree.