The White House has unveiled 2018 Christmas decorations. Each year, the halls of America’s most well-known address get decked out to set off the season’s festivities.
This year’s official theme for the White House decorations is “American Treasures,” and decorations include hundreds of trees and ornaments of all sizes to celebrate America’s cities, states, and citizens. Let’s take a look at White House Christmas decorations 2018 pictures below!
40 Beautiful Photos of Christmas at the White House 2018
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump kicked off the decorating process by receiving the White House Christmas tree from a horse-drawn delivery.
Christmas Tree Decorations at the White House 2018 Photos
The official White House Christmas tree in the Blue Room stands at 18 feet tall.
2018 National Christmas Tree Lighting
The National Christmas Tree is lighted during the 96th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on the Ellipse near the White House in Washington, November 28, 2018. REUTERS/Jim young
2018 Christmas Tree Decorations at White House
White House Christmas Decorations Images 2018
National Park Service staff then installed the tree as the first decoration in the Blue Room.
More than 40 topiary trees line the East colonnade in a striking red.
More than 14,000 red ornaments hang from 29 trees in the Cross Hall. The crimson color was chosen to take center stage as “a symbol of valor and bravery.”
The Vermeil Room features two trees adorned in gold and blue, matching the room’s existing color scheme.
Festive holly leaf and berry shapes shone overhead in the hall, which was outfitted with garlands and a few trees.