The bright yellow flowers pop out when set against the green of the Christmas tree and fills you with memories of summer.
Sunflower Christmas trees have become the latest Christmas craze and we can assure you, it's just as beautiful, warm and fun as you can picture it in your mind. The crossover of items representing summer and winter just works so wonderfully that everyone's getting into it.
Instagram is flooded with ideas and images for sunflower trees. The bright yellow flowers pop out when set against the green of the Christmas trees and fills you with memories of happiness and fun!
The glow on sunflower Christmas trees after installing the lights is really something to behold. You can always go one step further and decorate the Christmas trees with ornaments and tree garlands to give it the Christmasy feel.
For those who like a more minimal look, the Sunflower lade Christmas tree with just the lights look just as amazing. Christmas trees have really evolved from the traditional green trees with the trademark ornaments and garlands. People are willing to experiment with their decorations and we have seen Black and Pink Christmas trees catch on.
The sunflower Christmas trend was started by a girl named Aliyah who posted an image of her Christmas tree filled with sunflowers on Twitter and the internet just went wild.
She posted the image of her tree decorated with sunflowers, gold ornaments, and a rustic garland on Instagram and wrote: I’m aliyah and some people know me as the sunflower Christmas tree girl from Twitter and let me just say that the internet is INSANE. This silly picture of my tree has made its way around the world, and I have been swamped with messages of love and approval. She also offered to decorate trees for others. "Thank you, and Merry Christmas from me and my sunflowers. Also yes, you can hire me to decorate your tree, I’m a college kid and money is always a yes," she concluded cheekily followed by a hashtag #sunflowerchristmastree.
Instagram users absolutely loved her tree and posted heartwarming comments on her post. One user wrote: The most perfect Christmas tree ever! I’m obsessed. Another wrote: I'm a gardener and I love this tree. So fun!!!
Aliyah said that she used sunflowers with long stems to make sure they held firmly in their place on the tree. Using artificial sunflowers is the obvious answer given that a real sunflower might not last beyond 2-3 days and is likely to lose its sheen and freshness soon. So what are you waiting for? Introduce a little summer joy into the winter festivities this year!