There’s a 350-pound gingerbread White House in the mix.
First Lady Melania Trump revealed the White House Christmas decorations this morning, and the holiday transformation definitely reflects her style. Following on from Michelle Obama’s Lego “gingerbread” houses and snowman statues last year, the new look follows Trump’s chosen theme of “Time-Honored Traditions.” Click through to see the wreaths, trees, and lights welcoming visitors this season.
Large containers of wintry branches line a walkway in the East Wing.
Over 150 volunteers spent 1,600 hours decorating the White House this past long weekend, using more than 18,000 lights. Some of those strands twinkle here in Cross Hall.
Melania Trump picked the subject”Time-Honored Traditions” to signify 200 decades of holiday parties at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
In the end of the hallway, guests may discover a tree decorated with all the Trump household’s official Christmas decoration. The gold-colored bauble includes the coat of arms surrounded by a wreath of holly.