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Colonial christmas

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Colonial christmas. Get inspired and try out new things.
Swagging the handrail with boughs was revived during the Victorian era, although the Greeks and Romans brought evergreens inside during winter. The roping is Douglas fir and Western cedar; large cones are sugar pine. The roping was carefully secured with thick green pipe cleaners.

Connecticut’s Phelps–Hatheway House has both Colonial and high-style Federal rooms. During the winter holidays, the house is appropriately decorated with balsam and fir, pinecones and berries.

Christmas in a Williamsburg Wonderland. Great décor to make a guest feel right at home at Christmas.

The trees are trimmed, the stockings are hung, and the table is set. With glasses raised high, come cheer the twinkling christmas decorations.

Christmas in the early American colonies wasn’t quite like an average American Christmas today. So, do you want to learn more about what a Colonial Christmas was like? Let’s do it the MOST FUN way possible! We will taste the colonists’ favorite Christmas foods, craft Colonial Christmas decorations for your house, make homemade gifts for your friends and family, play some Colonial games, sing some traditional Colonial Christmas carols, learn how to dance a minuet, and LOTS more!

Christmas in the early American colonies wasn’t quite like an average American Christmas today. So, do you want to learn more about what a Colonial Christmas was like? Let’s do it the MOST FUN way possible! We will taste the colonists’ favorite Christmas foods, craft Colonial Christmas decorations for your house, make homemade gifts for your friends and family, play some Colonial games, sing some traditional Colonial Christmas carols, learn how to dance a minuet, and LOTS more!