All the signs point to Christmas 2021 being a big event in the calendar for most people. Many households plan to go all-out on festivities, decorating and celebrating throughout December. And with more people back to the office, companies are keen to engage with their workforce and create a welcoming atmosphere.
In the retail sector, trade media company Retail Week, and analysts PWC predict consumer sentiment is much more positive than it has been since 2019. Retailers including John Lewis, Waitrose, and Hobbycraft have already reported record online searches for Christmas as the nation is planning earlier than ever for the festive season.
Christmas 2020, as I am sure you will remember, was a disappointing and subdued affair for many, due to tier restrictions. This year more people expect to host or visit extended family, making up for lost time and cancelled events.
With this in mind, we help you prepare for Christmas in your office or venue by looking at some of the key Christmas Tree Decoration trends for 2021.
Sustainability is a trending theme, and understandably so. There is a real interest in ethically and sustainably sourced trees, and decorations to match. Real trees, grown on UK Christmas tree farms, are replanted to ensure a continuous supply, providing a habitat for birds whilst they are growing and can be chipped and use for grounds maintenance once Christmas is over, making them a good sustainable choice.
Expect to see more decorations made from recycled materials. Some of the trendiest pieces will be made from wood, feathers, pinecones and even dried fruit! At home embrace those treasures you have collected over the years, and add to your collection of decorations choosing long-lasting, reusable decorations and décor that you can cherish and use again for many more years.
Notalgic décor is also tipped as a popular pick for Christmas. Whimsical themes that evoke memories of Christmases past, and childhood. Fairies, toys, gingerbread men, and candy canes abound.
Our Candy Cane tree is a good example of this trend which takes you back down memory lane and right to Santa’s grotto!
When you think about Christmas, the traditional colours that come to mind are red, green, and gold. These colours and combinations of them, are set to be very popular again for 2021. Go all out for the wow factor by ordering matching garlands for maximum impact!
Christmas décor often follows fashion, and after many months of track pants and slippers, most of us are ready for sequins and glitz. Rose gold and copper are both hot right now mixed with gunmetal grey, this combination looks both ultra-modern and glamorous.
Check out our full range of Christmas Trees for your business. With our complete service of delivering, decorating and collecting, we do all the hard work, and you take all the glory!
I don’t care if it’s too soon to say it! Happy Christmas!