For many people, myself included, one of the most cherished holiday traditions is decorating the Christmas tree. I always love unpacking each ornament and reflecting on Christmases past and the moments I’ve shared with the ones I love the most.
As a kid, my parents gave me an ornament every Christmas that mirrored my interests. One year it was an ice skate, one year a saxophone, one year a mouse putting on makeup…I’m still trying to figure that one out. I still have each ornament they gave me and love displaying them in my home year after year.
Since it’s that time of year again, I’ve been eyeing a few Christmas ornaments at The Bradford Exchange Online to make my tree extra merry this year, and discovering ones that would make great Christmas gifts as well. Scroll down to see some of my festive finds and be sure to share your favorites in the comments below!
Traditional Christmas Ornaments
I’m calling these picks “traditional,” but they’re actually far from it with all of their merry little details! Santas, angels, snowmen, you can’t go wrong with Christmas ornaments that share the joys of the season in style.
Sporty Christmas Ornaments
I know some diehard sports fans and they’re always looking for new ways to share their unwavering team pride, even during the off season. Whether you’re a fan of the NFL, MLB, college sports or all three, these sporty Christmas ornaments rank #1 in my book.
Unforgettable Christmas Ornaments
In my opinion, holiday ornaments should be like snowflakes — each one unique! These unforgettable Christmas ornaments are sure to spruce up any Christmas tree and turn some heads.
Baby’s First Christmas Ornaments
Christmas is always a special holiday, especially your first one! These personalized ornaments are as memorable as they are merry and each features a free do-it-yourself personalization kit for the perfect presentation.
I hope you liked my top picks of Christmas tree ornaments available at The Bradford Exchange Online. What are your favorites from this list? Do you have any Christmas ornament traditions? I’d love to hear from you in the comments. Thanks for reading and please share this post!Unique Christmas Ornaments to Trim Your Tree by Beth Simon