Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Giant Trees

It might seem a little early, but it's already time to start thinking about decor for the 2014 holiday season. Now is the time to order early and save big on giant trees during our pre-season sale. Giant trees are the single most important décor item related to increasing visitation rates and driving local commerce during the holiday season. Downtown Decorations can create the perfect giant tree for any property or downtown. Clients can choose from standard options such as lighting type and color, or go one step further and select a custom garland blend for a truly one of a kind tree. We can even design trees with custom shapes to fit in or around objects such as fountains. Standard and custom toppers, custom bases, and a large variety of ornaments can also be added to the tree. The Downtown Decorations design team can create any vision a client might have. Scroll down to take a look at some examples of giant trees we have designed in the past. For more information on giant trees, click here or call 877.369.6332 to speak with a representative.

New York, New York

Baltimore, Maryland

Dallas, Texas

Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Atlanta, Georgia

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Guayaquil, Ecuador

Calhoun, Georgia

Lewiston, Idaho

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Sunrise Village

Giant trees, wreaths and bows are great ways to make a property pop during the holidays but there are also many other unique décor items that can dazzle and delight. A great example of this is the décor we designed for Sunrise Village in Puyallup, Washington.

The shopping center, which is located 30 miles south of Seattle, wanted a non-traditional design that would impress customers and create a festive holiday environment. Our design team came up with a fresh and colorful design that uses giant glitter mesh ornament decorations as the center piece. The exterior of the shopping mall features two ornament mesh sign toppers and over 40 ornament mesh pole decorations. On top of that, we also designed two large 42” ornaments and one huge 84” inch ornament for the Santa Reception Area inside. We are extremely happy with the way this project turned out and look forward to creating more contemporary designs.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

The Adirondack Trust Company

For many years, Downtown Decorations has provided holiday decor for The Adirondack Trust Company. The independent community bank has 12 branches in and around the Saratoga Springs, NY area. Founded in 1902, the bank has played an integral part in the development of  the community and has helped turn Saratoga Springs into the thriving city it is today. 

Downtown Decorations works with Dehn's Flowers and Gifts, another Saratoga Springs company, on this project each year. Dehn is responsible for managing the holiday decor decisions for the bank. We create a slightly different design for each branch of the bank but most feature lights and giant wreaths. As you can see in the pictures, this location is adorned with three giant lit wreaths that are ornamented with large red bows. We think the design provides a classic and elegant look for this important locally owned company.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The Avenue at White Marsh (2013)

Every year, Downtown Decorations is lucky enough to design holiday décor programs for places around North and South America. One of our favorite projects that we get to work on is the Avenue at White Marsh in Baltimore, Maryland. We started working with the upscale shopping center in 2012. (Check out pictures from the 2012 holiday season by clicking here.) This year, we added on even more décor to the package we previously created for them. On top of the large wreaths, sign toppers and giant tree from 2012, we added huge glitter mesh snowflakes throughout the property and life-sized toy soldiers in front of the main tree. We think it adds even more pop to the center. We are so happy that we get to work with the Avenue at White Marsh and look forward to creating more magnificent designs for them in the future. To see more photos of what we did for the 2013 holiday season, click the read more button below.