Trends are changing all of the time, whether you are an avid follower or prefer to stick to your own style, they will be affecting everything from the clothes that people are wearing to the decorations that hang from all the trees. This year the Christmas trends have already been decided and they are looking right up our street!
Christmas dinner in the UK revolves around quite a consistent menu of soup or pate, then turkey or ham, before diving into Christmas pudding, followed by mince pies or chocolates and coffee. Making you hungry? I think we all look forward to this dinner, no matter how repetitive it is, but have you ever wondered what people are eating on this day in other destinations around the world? Here is a short insight into what the rest of our planet like to call their Christmas dinner menu.
For over 20 year’s the PANTONE colour of the year has influenced everything from the clothes we buy to the baubles that decorate our Christmas trees.
They are selected after analysing all kinds of topics, including, media, art, travel destinations and even sporting events that capture worldwide attention.
The latest PANTONE colour of the year is a bit of what we all need right now. It’s cheerful, vibrant, powerful and as ILLUMINATING as a set of outdoor icicle lights on a gloomy night.
With most of us not being able to leave our homes this valentine’s day, we have come up with a few simple ideas to style your home by re-using some of your Christmas decorations to create a romantic mood at home, without being too cheesy or over-spending.
This Valentine’s Day will be a little different to previous ones, with many date ideas no longer possible; we have come up with a few simple ideas to create a romantic and memorable date night at home. No matter what you choose to do, the most important thing to remember is are to make your dates about connecting and doing something different for a few hours away from your everyday routines.
This Christmas has been one for the history books! We have faced a couple trials and trepidations this year, but the highs have been way higher than the lows.
We are a close nit bunch of Christmas fanatics here at ChristmasTimeUK. We pride ourselves on our ‘can do’ attitude. Which has been more valuable than ever this year.