The 2020 US election was everything but boring! But while the candidate were still debating over the winner, the First Lady was busy decorating the White House for the holidays.
With the help of a dozens volunteers, Melania Trump decorated the White House for one last holiday under the theme of "America the Beautiful." Here are a few pictures of her work.
The White House kitchen staff was in charge of making an enormous gingerbread version of the White House.
125 volunteers from all across America came to give the First Lady a hand.
Melania told CNN that the White House contains 106 wreaths, 62 trees, more than 1,200 feet of garland, more than 3,200 lights, and more than 17,000 bows. Impressive!
This years theme "America the Beautiful" is a more traditional look comparing to the past years.
"Handmade ornaments highlight the many professionals and volunteers who serve their communities with a spirit of generosity," according to a White House press release.
Each room was designed with a slightly different theme. For example, The Red Room is an homage to the hard work of first responders and frontline health workers.
"From coast to coast, our country is blessed with boundless natural wonders. The timeless treasures represented in this year’s holiday showcase remind us of the true American spirit," read a press release from the White House.
Of course the star of the show is the 18.5-foot Fraser Fir from West Virginia.
The beautiful tree proudly stands in the Blue Room.
"Students across the country were asked to artistically depict what makes their state beautiful by highlighting the people, places, and things that capture the spirit of the state in which they call home," said the White House. "Glistening on the branches, their mini masterpieces collectively showcase America, the beautiful."
What do you think of this years decorations?
Will you miss Melania's particular style?
Source: Diply · Photo Credit: Facebook | First Lady Melania Trump