As we know that the holiday season has precisely started while the White House continues from condoning the Thanksgiving turkeys to exposing the Christmas trimmings.
On Monday morning, First Lady Melania Trump has signed the festival season with the 2019 White House Christmas decorations and the theme is “The Spirit of America.”
That signal is clear everywhere you look from the halls decorated with “Be Best” embellishments to the model of the White House highlighting mini-holiday garlands on its shutters.
Shared tweet and a clip by Melania Trump
She tweeted, as well as a short clip that you can see here which highlights her scattering artificial snow and exploring the festive decoration, ‘The Spirit of America’ is shining in the@WhiteHouse! I am delighted to share this beautiful exhibit of patriotism for all to see and excited for everyone to experience the beauty of the #Christmas season!’
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) December 2, 2019
This year’s ornamental appearance highlights glittery loyalty everywhere 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
“It is with a glorious celebration that our family greets you to the White House this holiday season as we carouse the Spirit of America,’ the first family told in a keepsake book open to callers, according to a source.
The decoration joins a tree donated to Gold Star military families and pictures of 60 buildings that present American reform, comprising the Woolworth Building in New York City and the Space Needle in Seattle.
Certainly, the iconic gingerbread White House returns this year, with figures from other relics like Mount Rushmore.
Referees chose a towering 18-foot Douglas fir as this year’s proverbial endorsed White House Christmas tree, picked from Mahantongo Valley Farms in Pitman, Pennsylvania. It came with some backing from the land’s proprietor Larry Snyder previous Monday.
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) November 25, 2019
The 2019 White House holiday trimming for months
According to a source, the 2019 White House holiday decorating before a long time. The First Lady started her preparation back in July, according to a White House comment.
‘She was descended on the program,’ states Coleen Christian Burke, writer of Christmas with the First Ladies, a book that history Christmas at the White House springing from Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to Michelle Obama.
The firsthand experience Burke under her spangle tool belt as a three-time White House Christmas ornaments artist who decked trees for Laura Bush and Michelle Obama, states that every year the White House Christmas ornament making is an exhibition no matter who is in service.