This tree is a very special tree to me!
I work very closely with a company called King of Christmas and I actually had quite a hand in designing these ornaments and hue’s for this ornament set.
I was so excited to see this tree come to life, it was one I had envisioned a few years ago when I worked with them.
Blue Gray Essential Ornaments
This is the Blue Gray Essentials ornament set. I love it because if you’r a blue gray lover like me it has everything you need in it.
This set has lovely shades of blue, silver and of celadon. I love the brown accents because it helps counter balance the lightness of the blues to help them pop even more.
The ornaments have some with complete glitter everywhere and intricate designs. It’s an incredible gorgeous elegant set that I can’t recommend enough.
I love that there’s different shapes and sizes of the ornaments. It’s a beautiful collection that I’m incredibly proud of and and excited to see it sold.
Secondary ornaments Add more Style
When I designed this tree I was happy to watch it come to life!
Mixed in with the blue gray essentials collection I also added some snowflake ornaments which are gorgeous.
These snowflake ornaments are wrapped in this beautiful glitter; the shine adds a lovely element. These are a great second collection to add yo your set.
Shop the Blue Gray Essentials Collection
How I Used My Favorite Ribbons
I also added in the 2 ribbons I used recently that I love so much. They are the gold lamé which can hue silver along with a silver mesh ribbon.
Both of these are my go-tos, I love that they are both wired, they are moveable and incredibly easy to manipulate.
They are so versatile and great for those who redesign their tree or change color schemes.
The lamé can skew either silver in hue, champagne, or very gold depending on how you accessorize it.
For this I did a loose vertical weave all the way down. I did not pleat it too much or pinch it. I wanted it to softly cascade down the tree with big loose giant loops throughout.
I loosely draped the silver metallic throughout it to add a little extra shine.
Easy DIY Tree Topper
For the tree topper I did my signature tree pick look but this time I went a bit over the top to make the tree picks very tall and wide.
I mixed in two different colors. I actually have a silver pick in here mixed with a tree pick that has a slight gold to it to bring in the warmth of the ornaments.
I also wanted to bring in the warmth of the ribbon and blue but keep the silver picks as accents to pick up on that blue gray look.
I think this turned out so pretty and I loved doing it on a flocked tree.
The Best Tree Skirt Ever!
This particular tree I used is the King flocked tree from King of Christmas. It’s a fan favorite of everyone as well as my personal favorite.
The tree skirt is an ivory faux skirt. This is the 60’, it’s a classic. If you don’t own one you need to get one, it’s made so well!
this skirt comes in both ivory and brown. There are snaps on it making it easy to use. It’s just a gorgeous investment tree skirt.
The Finishing Touch – Accents!
I also accented this tree with these cute gift wrapped boxes. I love to use boxes everywhere because I hate wrapping presents.
Boxes are so easy to use and you can even tuck them to the side when people are done and use them again next year. Be sure to ready my post about how I use boxes for gift wrapping.
This tree is a really pretty one! I love how it’s very simple with blue gray without being over the top with blue ribbon.
It’s soft, it has elements of brown, silver, celadon, and blue. It’s an incredibly easy to look at tree and I’m so incredibly proud of it.
Hope you all enjoy it as well!