Behind-the-Scene Pictures Show How the White House Was Decorated for Christmas 2018

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Finally, the official of how Melania Trump decorated the White House was published. And despite some ‘elements’ of design are controversial, Christmas is now all around the US.

Nexter.org has prepared for you behind-the-scene pictures of how First Lady and the whole team of other people created the magical atmosphere in 2018.

Christmas is coming!

So, as you know, on Monday, Nov.26 First Lady Melania Trump shared a of decorated White House for Christmas and the bloody red color for Christmas trees and was mocked on Twitter for that.

Anyway, there are lots of moments that were not shown on the and were left behind the focus but Nexter.org wants to show how the decoration process was held in the While House.

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Source: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

First lady Melania Trump, staff, and volunteers have been planning what the White House will look like for Christmas since the summer.

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Source: Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks

President Donald Trump joined his wife to receive the White House Christmas tree.

The official White House Christmas tree is still delivered in a horse-drawn carriage with drivers in top hats and tuxes.

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AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta

This year’s tree comes from the Smith family of the Mountain Top Fraser Fir farm in Newland, North Carolina.

Larry Smith also grew a tree for the vice president’s residence in 2001.

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Source: Official White House Photo by Amy Rossetti

The tree has to be 18 to 19 feet tall in order to fit in the Blue Room. Every year, they have to remove the chandelier from the Blue Room so the tree can fit.

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Source: White House/Instagram

It took a dozen National Park Service staff to haul the massive tree inside.

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Source: Official White House Photo by Amy Rossetti

Thousands of volunteers transformed the White House over the coming days for visitors, staff, and the first family to enjoy.

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Source: Melania Trump/Twitter

Melania tweeted photos on Saturday, November 24 of volunteers decorating.

“Thank you to all the volunteers from across our great nation who are working hard to decorate the @whitehouse,” the first lady wrote. “Can’t wait to view it all tomorrow night!”

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Source: Melania Trump/Twitter


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