This is a white and berry flocked tree that I designed this year. I had so much fun with it because it was a little bit tamed down for me. I went simple on it in order to let those gorgeous red berries stand out.
It’s very playful, fun, and classic. You can keep it simple like I did or it leaves room for you to amp it up a bit.
The Perfect Tree for the White & Berry Design
I wanted the red berries to really stand out so I used this Rushmore flocked tree linked here. The Rushmore flocked tree has an airy space in between all of the branches so its’s not overflowing with flock like the King of Christmas flocked trees are.
The Rushmore flocked tree lends itself perfectly to this playful design because the tree itself is somewhat playful.
The Best Way to Use Berry Picks
I placed the berries throughout the tree making sure they stick out at the sides so you can see the light coming out the side. I wanted almost a Grinch Who Stole Christmas quality so I wanted them to stick out further than the branches so you can really see the quality and design of these beautiful berries.
These berry picks have a sugar coating sparkle on them. I love them they are incredible tree picks!
To make it easy on myself I bought this white collection set of ornaments from King of Christmas. They are easy to hang and easy to use.
I love that they come in both shiny white and matte all in one collection. These are a great starter collection especially if you’re going to add other colors, looks or personal ornaments.
Compliment the Look with Some Ribbon
To kind of bring it home a little bit but not to take away from the tree I added in this champagne lamé pleated ribbon layered on top with this silver glitter mesh ribbon.
I love both of these ribbons, I have used these ribbons for the silver lamé in the past.
It can skew either silver or gold. If you pile on the gold ornaments the ribbon will take on a gold look, if you put on the white ornaments it takes on a silver hew. Its incredible versatile!
It’s a wired ribbon with super high quality that is really versatile both for color and styling. Id’ highly recommend buying it.
The mesh ribbon is another favorite of mine because it can add in some glitter and sparkle when the lights are on. You can either use this ribbon by itself or layer it on top the way I did here.
For this tree I did a diagonal weave for the ribbon. I kind of tucked the ribbon towards the back of the tree so it wouldn’t stand out too far letting the berries and white ornaments be the focus point.
Hanging the Ornaments
I put the ornaments at the very tip of the branches, I purposely didn’t tuck them in. I wanted then to hang lightly on each branch almost as if they had just dripped there.
Dressing the Tree with a Tree Skirt
For the tree skirt I used an ivory faux fur tree skirt, a favorite of mine. I used a 60 inch here but they have other sizes if another size is the fit for you. This tree skirt is so well made and very versatile, I’ve used it on many different tree designs over the years.
DIY Tree Topper
For the tree topper I used roughly three tree picks of the berry and added in a few silver branch picks to add a fuller element without it being too big or over the top .
I love using tree picks for tree toppers, it a signature of mine. I think it’s fun and lets you bring home the formality, fun and color of the tree.
How to add Accents to Your Tree
I accented underneath the tree with a couple of my red boxes. Be sure to click here to find out my easy favorite hack for wrapping presents.
I hate wrapping presents, I love all things Christmas but wrapping gifts I’d love to skip. These are my favorite boxes to wrap presents in, check it out here to see all my Christmas boxes that I love.
Hope you guys enjoyed this tree. I love the white and berry look for Christmas time!