Welcome to The Wren’s Blue and White Christmas Entryway! This space was so much fun to deck with Christmas! I hope you enjoy it and get some inspiration for your home! You may also enjoy the tour of our Blue and White Christmas Family Room and Blue and White Kitchen and Pantry. I’ll be sharing the exterior styled for Christmas tomorrow.
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To create the stair garland, we strung this gorgeous battery operated pine garland together. Just twist the ends together and attach it to your railing by twisting a few of the pine branches around the railing. Next, layer this realistic eucalyptus garland into the garland. Fluff and tuck it into the pine garland. After you add the eucalyptus, tuck in a few faux magnolia stems where the garland swoops up. Wire them into place with some floral wire. To finish off the look, add a bow to the top of each garland swoop. I wired this french blue taffeta ribbon with this blue plaid ribbon for my stairs.
Table top trees are such a fun way to deck any table for Christmas! Here I used my favorite white and gold bowl (I used the larger size) as a tree base styled with some of my favorite sacred heart ornaments.
Entry Mirror | Entry Table (sold out similar here) | Entry Chairs (similar budget friendly option here) | Velvet French Gray Throw Pillows |White Gold Lamps (budget friendly option here) | Ginger jars sourced at the bottom of the post
Ginger jars tied with ribbon and a beautiful ornament make a gorgeous Christmas statement. These french gray velvet pillows look stunning next to them.
The entry tree is probably my favorite tree ever!!! I love the quality of this affordableflocked tree inside thisfrench urn tree base! It is so so charming! You simply drop the tree inside the urn and screw it into place. So simple!
She is styled with the most stunning ginger jar ornaments from The Enchanted Home. I also used some tiny ginger jar ornaments and lots of white and blue Christmas ball ornaments. The same faux magnolia stems from the stairs are nestled into her branches.
Entry Table Sources