Christmas Balls

Choosing the perfect Christmas baubles

Christmas baubles, Christmas balls, whatever you may call them, you can’t deny that they’re everywhere at Christmas time. On your tree, wreaths and garlands, and out in public adorning cafes and shopping centres. Everywhere! For good reason too. They’re a classic yet versatile Christmas decoration. With all these options, it can be hard to know which Christmas baubles are right for you.

What kinds of Christmas tree baubles are there?

When you think of a Christmas bauble, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a shining ball with a metallic finish, dangling from a Christmas tree. But there are a surprising number of baubles in many different shapes and sizes.

  • Laser-cut: a flat tree decoration with an intricate design cut into it.
  • Bows: colourful and sparkly ribbon tied up into a bow.
  • Trinkets: three-dimensional decorations in the shape of almost anything you can think of.
  • Customised: a bauble with a custom message written on it, or a personal photo inserted inside.

How to style your Christmas tree with baubles

Decorating your Christmas tree is always one of the most enjoyable parts of the festive season. Baubles are an important part of these decorations, alongside tinsel, LED Christmas lights and a tree topper. To achieve a cohesive looking tree, it is important to match the colours and finishes of your baubles with the rest of your tree decor.

  • Blue and white: For an icy Christmas tree that looks like it was decorated by Jack Frost himself, opt for blue and white Christmas baubles with tinsel in matching colours.
  • Gold and silver: Adding gold and silver baubles to your Christmas tree turns up elegance. Make it look extra heavenly by crowning it with an angel tree topper.
  • Red and green: For a traditional look, load up your Christmas tree with enough red and green baubles to make Santa Claus and his elves jealous.

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