Set Up a Disney-Themed Christmas Tree This Year for the Most Magical Christmas Vibes

You can deck the halls with Disney for an enchanted holiday!

The most magical time of the year is here! Enter candy canes, glittering lights and holiday cheer—and for the Disney fans out there, we found a festive way to show off your collection. Yup, any holiday can be Disney-themed! If you need some inspiration, consider a Disney-themed Christmas tree.

This magical trend is popping up all over Instagram and TikTok, and it’s a creative way to show off your assortment of Disney items while involving your kids. From lining the branches of your tree with stuffed animals to using Disney ornaments, the options are limitless.

Pick up a Disney peppermint marshmallow wand, because it’s time to make some magic!

5 Disney-Themed Christmas Tree Ideas

While Disney’s Storybook Advent calendars are a great way to count down to December 25, there’s nothing like waking up on Christmas morning to a tree that’s merry, bright and full of your favorite Disney buddies. Here are some of our favorites to get you started on your very own Disney-themed Christmas tree.

1. Under the Sea Tree

Let’s start off with a classic, because Disney’s The Little Mermaid makes for a dazzling holiday tree. Beach vibes in December? Yes, please. This tree from Instagram user @brenandybsb_1d is decked out with ornaments of Ariel and her friends, with bonus points for the Disney hat on the top!

2. Frozen Christmas Tree

Frozen is the perfect Disney movie for the holidays—and it makes for a beautiful tree, too! In the Tiktok below, @snugzmeow shows us step-by-step how to decorate a Frozen-themed Christmas tree. Even if you don’t have a ton of Frozen ornaments, you can’t go wrong with blue ribbon and silver decorations.

@snugzmeow I put up my #frozen themed Christmas tree tonight! Here’s my tips for decorating 🎄 #christmas2020#christmastree#disney#snugzmouse ♬ original sound – Bunny

3. 101 Dalmatians

Nothing cruel about this 101 Dalmatians-themed Christmas tree, even if Cruella De Vil is replacing the star on top. Tiktok user @ryn_brannock stuck with the red and white color palette used in the movie, and it works oh-so-well for the holidays. Cute ornaments of our favorite pups decorate the branches, but with a retro twist—they’re the McDonald’s toys from the 90s!

@ryn_brannock My #101dalmations #christmastree featuring the #collectable #mcdonaldstoys from the #90s and a #cruella #treetopper 😍❤️ #disneyadult #raredisney ♬ Cruella De Vil – From “101 Dalmatians” – Tiger Dixie Band

4. Cinderella’s Gown

This one is for our alternative tree lovers. If you thought about setting up a pink Christmas tree this year, consider this replica of Cinderella’s dress to decorate your living room. We can’t get over this creative display from @princessamanda97, which features a Disney spin on the traditional Christmas tree. Instead of a tree trunk, Amanda secured pine branches to the skirt of a sewing mannequin and decorated it with adorable mice, spools of thread and glittery heel ornaments.

@princessamanda97 Cinderella Christmas Tree! #disney#disneyprincess#cinderella#christmas#christmastree#pink#dress#fyp#foryoupage#festive#Wishlist#StrikeAPosay#diy#4u#4 ♬ Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms

5. The Happiest Tree on Earth

Can’t decide on just one of your favorite Disney stories? No one is stopping you from including bits and pieces from all of them! Disneyland is known as “the happiest place on earth,” and your Christmas tree can channel the same energy. Take notes from Tiktok user @followmetothecastle, because we love Mickey’s Sorcerer Hat topping the tree!

@followmetothecastle Believe in the magic of Christmas! #disneychristmastree #disneyholidays #disneyplush #magicaltree #956rgv #disneytiktokcommunity ♬ Main Theme (From Walt Disney’s “A Christmas Carol”) – Dominik Hauser

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Hannah Twietmeyer
Hannah is a writer and content creator based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a passion for all things food, health, community and lifestyle. She is a journalism graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a previous dining and drink contributor for Madison Magazine.