Three trees, three different materials, three different stories. What’s your story?

Tabletop tree No. 1: Tie a yellow ribbon

tabletop trees with Tie Yellow Ribbon Tree

A small way to keep the troops in our hearts and minds throughout the holiday season is to decorate a tabletop tree with yellow ribbons and top it off with an American flag. This one is a faux. It’s what I like to call a “Charlie Brown” tree.

Tabletop tree No. 2: Roses and elegance

Add to a holiday cocktail party by placing a fresh cut tree into a silver ice bucket and dressing it with lush velvety red roses and delicate baby’s breath. The fragrant combination of roses and fresh evergreens is truly intoxicating!

tabletop trees with Tree with Roses

You can create the same effect by decorating the tree with just sprigs of baby’s breath. It will look like fresh fallen snow!

Tabletop tree No. 3: On the first day of Christmas

tabletop trees with Pear Tree

A partridge in a pear tree is a classic symbol from a traditional holiday song. Create this tree by using a base of floral foam and fresh boxwood. By adding fresh white flowers, faux mini pears, and a decorative bird in a nest made from Spanish moss, you will have completed the look.


Julie started her career in the floral industry over 30 years ago in a small, family-owned flower shop. From floral designer to author and lifestyle expert, her insight has been instrumental in developing the brand. Representing the company’s floral lifestyle vision, Julie has shared her talent and passion in numerous television appearances and national magazine features. She is an active fundraiser and longtime friend of IGHL, a group dedicated to facilitating a more independent life for developmentally challenged adults.

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