Create Your Very Own New Orleans Saints Christmas Tree
If you’re a fan of the New Orleans Saints then why not decorate your Christmas tree in New Orleans Saints Christmas ornaments? It’s time to decorate your Christmas tree in black and gold New Orleans’ style with a dash of white in the mix too.
This Louisiana football team are based in New Orleans (no surprises there!) and pay tribute to the city’s French heritage with their team logo – the fleur de lis which is often associated with French royalty. I bet you never realized that adding your team colors to your tree could add an aristocratic touch to it did you?
There are a few ways in which you can celebrate Christmas in Saints fashion, one is buy having a table top tree (like in the picture here), another way is to get a tree in your team colors – yes it does exist! Another way is to simply add Saints Christmas ornaments to your ‘usual’ Christmas tree and maybe an official tree skirt as well……
A New Orleans Saints Christmas Tree
A Black & Gold Team Colors TreeDid you know that you can actually get a Christmas tree in black and gold team colors? It really makes a statement, but unfortunately it no longer seems to be available to purchase anywhere that I look (I will be keeping my eye out for you, however). The tree actually consisted of a black tree with gold lights which got me thinking – why not create your own team tree?
The great thing about having an artificial Christmas tree is that you don’t have to go out and get one each year simply get it out of the attic/garage/wherever you keep your Christmas decorations and it’s ready to decorate.
Now add the gold Christmas lights to complete your New Orleans Saints tree, it looks just as good as if you’d brought a pre-lit one in team colors.
One advantage is that you can add other colored lights if you want to use it for a Halloween tree one year as well as keeping it decorated as a Saints tree for the festive season.
New Orleans Saints Christmas Ornaments
Now it’s time to add ornaments to your Christmas tree, because let’s face it a tree is naked without ornaments on it! Here are some specific New Orleans Saints NFL ornaments for your Christmas tree, but remember you can also add plain black and gold Christmas ball style ornaments on your tree as well and just add a few of these ornaments. Sometimes it’s nice to add extra team ornaments every year as long as you have some ‘filler’ ornaments to stop the tree from looking empty.
NFL New Orleans Saints Silver Star OrnamentNFL New Orleans Saints Gingerbread HouseNew Orleans Saints Official NFL OrnamentNew Orleans Saints NFL Diving Santa OrnamentNFL New Orleans Saints Train OrnamentNew Orleans Saints Player Christmas OrnamentNew Orleans Saints Jolly Snowman OrnamentOfficial NFL Saints Stadium Seat Christmas OrnamentNFL Licensed Top Hat Snowman Ornament
Sets of Saints Holiday Ornaments
Sometimes if you haven’t got any themed ornaments to start with it can be a great idea to purchase a set of two instead of individual ones and I’ve found some cool sets for you to choose from.
New Orleans Saints Tree Topper Idea
What Do You Put On Top of a Saints Themed Christmas Tree?Now I haven’t been able to find a tree topper, but there are a few different ideas that you can use depending on your talents. If you can use a needle and thread then you could buy an angel or Santa tree topper and sew a dress/Santa outfit in Saints colors to dress them in.
Alternatively I think a Christmas Santa hat is a cool idea or a foam finger – I’d go with the Santa hat myself, but I think my hubby would prefer a foam finger on his team’s tree!
Support A Different Team?
That’s Okay I’m Sure They Have Christmas Ornaments Too!If you support a different football team then check out what ornaments you can get to celebrate them on Christmas Tree Ideas, Who’s Your Team. From the Arizona Cardinals right through to the Washington Redskins that page has you covered.
If you’re in a household like mine you all support different teams which can get a little problematic when it comes to decorating in team colors – my ideal solution is to get separate trees, but for now we just have an equal number of ‘our teams’ ornaments on the family Christmas tree!