Your Christmas tree is the focal point of your holiday décor. Choosing a theme and how to decorate your tree is a lot of fun and you have so many options. 

If you don’t have a tree yet, don’t worry, we’ve outlined our top 10 artificial Christmas trees here. We are big fans of pre-lit trees because you don’t have to worry about tangling lights. Also, with the pre-lit trees, if a bulb goes out, it doesn’t make all the bulbs go out like with regular Christmas lights. And for those of you asking "do pre lit Christmas trees last?" - YES! They do. Artificial trees are very economical as they are easy to maintain & convenient to store at home. 

Why Choose an Artificial Prelit Christmas Trees

You know you’ve found the right artificial Christmas tree when it looks exactly like a real tree. Just to name a few reasons why we are passionate about artificial trees here at Nearly Natural:

  • They are more economical because you don’t have to buy a new tree every year
  • They are pet friendly—you don’t have to worry about your pet getting into your tree and making a mess
  • You don’t have to worry about watering your artificial tree like you would a real one
  • They are easy to maintain and just require light dusting once in a while (when in use)
  • The branches are pliable and can be bent and arranged so that your tree can fit in any space
  • They are easy to put away and store after the Christmas season is over
  • Pre-lit trees help you avoid the hassle of strands of light bulbs
  • Non allergen & flame retardant

Ready to plan how you’re going to decorate your tree?

To get your creative juices flowing, we’ve outlined 7 unique ways to decorate your tree. 

Stick to whites and golds for a really classy look that matches any décor. Keep it neutral with white ball ornaments and choose a pre-lit tree with white lights. To take your Christmas tree decorations to the next level, consider adding wooden star ornaments and/or pinecones to add some flair but keep it at neutral tones.

Theme #2: Rustic Christmas Tree

A rustic Christmas tree will add a cozy cabin vibe to your décor. A rustic Christmas tree theme should remind you of being in the woods. Stick with traditional red bows and disperse a lot of pinecones in the branches. The best part of a rustic Christmas tree is hanging woodland creature ornaments on the pretty branches.

Theme #3: Candy Cane Tree

Christmas time means candy canes! Deck your tree out in reds and whites. Opt for pretty red and white ribbons and/or garland. Add some classic red and white ball ornaments. And of course, hang candy canes from the branches. A candy cane Christmas tree is beautiful and festive.

Theme #4: Floral Christmas Tree

As the name implies, deck your tree out with faux flowers. Place a ton of flowers in your choice of colors in the branches of your Christmas tree. Get one of the pre-lit trees that we mentioned earlier in this post so that messy Christmas light cords don’t ruin the elegance of your floral Christmas tree. Lastly, you can round out the look with pastel ball ornaments. 

Theme #5: Beach Themed Christmas Tree

Do you have sand in your shoes? A beach themed Christmas tree may be the perfect fit for you. Decorate it with sea shell and starfish ornaments. This beachy Christmas tree will shine and is a really unique way to decorate for Christmas. If you’re really feeling the beach theme, then add some dolphin and/or lighthouse ornaments as well. 

Theme #6: Photo Christmas Tree

This one is our favorite! The holidays are about reminiscing about old memories and creating new memories. Decorating a tree with family photos is classy and sentimental. Print out the photos you want to use in black and white or sepia tone. Glue the photos on brown card stock, punch a hole in the top, string ribbon through the hole and hang them on your tree. Add some basic ball ornaments in gold or silver but keep the photos as the main focus of the tree.

Theme #7: Snowy Tree

Layer cotton all over the branches of your tree. Using a pre-lit Christmas tree, you can put the cotton over the lights and the light will shine through nicely. If you want to take it a step further, you can sprinkle white glitter on the cotton to make your tree sparkle like a blanket of snow in the sunlight. Complete the look with snowflake ornaments and consider silver and gold ornaments to round out the look. 

Why Choose Your Next Artificial Christmas Tree from Nearly Natural

Nearly Natural was founded by a horticulturalist who had a keen eye for realistic detail. He used his love and knowledge of plants, flowers and trees and created artificial products that looked exactly like the real thing. That passion for realistic detail has transcended time and exists today in all of the products we create.

Not only does Nearly Natural sell top of the line artificial plants, flowers and trees but we also stand behind our products so we offer free shipping and hassle-free returns so that you can find the perfect product for your space. 

When it comes to Christmas trees, we have a ton of options in different sizes, multiple pre-lit options and in different colors. We even have trees that have pinecones and berries on them if you want something a little different. 

Final Thoughts

When it comes to Christmas trees, the most important thing is to invest in a quality tree. Your tree should look so real that it fools your house guests into thinking you have the skills to keep a real tree alive. Here at Nearly Natural, we have tons of options for you.

Opting for a pre-lit Christmas tree is wise because you don’t have to worry about tangled strings of lights and if one bulb goes out, it doesn’t affect the other lights. 

Your artificial tree will stay looking amazing for years without the hassle of a real tree.

The key takeaway from this post, however, is that you should have fun decorating your tree and pick a theme that resonates with you and your home décor. 

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