Holiday Party Decorations Lima OH

Local resource for holiday party decorations in Lima. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to party planners and party stores, as well as advice and content on holiday events.

Flowers & Christmas Cottage
(419) 647-6167
307 N Canal St
Spencerville, OH
 
JC Penney
(419) 331-0361
2400 Elida Rd
Lima, OH
Hours
Mon-Sat 10:00-9:00
Sun 12:00-6:00

Party America
(419) 221-2334
927 N Cable Rd # B
Lima, OH
 
Party Shoppe
(419) 394-4760
207 E Spring St
Saint Marys, OH
 
Candy Cane Christmas Shop
(419) 445-5828
22897 Us Highway 20a
Archbold, OH
 
Macy's
(419) 331-0321
2600 Elida Road
Lima, OH
Departments / Services
Mattresses, Furniture Gallery, a pea in the pod, Wedding Registry, Restaurant.

JC Penney
(419) 394-7610
1170 Indiana Ave
St Marys, OH
Hours
Mon-Sat 10:00-9:00
Sun 12:00-6:00

Rainbow Party Shop
(419) 659-2511
404 N Main St
Columbus Grove, OH
 
Christmas Club
(513) 719-7165
920 Cincinnati Mills Dr # B-23
Cincinnati, OH
 
Christmas Castle
(740) 642-4646
610 Blackwater Rd
Chillicothe, OH
 

Decorations holiday: Instant decorations: Holiday style in a flash

It's just about that time--time to get your home ready for the holidays!

Not a lot of available hours to do it? No worry. Here are some of the quickest and easiest holiday decorating ideas we've seen:

One color for instant drama: Take advantage of the impact of one color on your mantel in different presentations—e.g., all white candles (or green, or red, or gold). Glass candlesticks, votives, hurricanes will make them all look spectacular. Placing them at different heights will make your display even more gorgeous.

Make groupings of almost anything: Anything placed in clusters adds to decorating impact. For example, an odd number (3, 5, 7) of pillar candles in the same diameter but different heights will look spectacular when placed on a mirrored surface or cake plate. Sprigs of greenery around the bottom will look gorgeous. So will shiny bells or red berries. 

Easy holiday card display: Punch a hole through top of each greeting card and thread with ribbon; tie ends together. Hang cards like ornaments on branches, on a wreath, or along a strip of ribbon across or on the sides of an archway.

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Overhead décor: Hang ornaments from your chandelier for a centerpiece over your dining room table. For even more impact, lay branches or pine sprays across the arms of the chandelier.

Soft color: Sheer ribbon wrapped around glass votive holders will give candlelight a beautiful soft colored glow.

Holiday themes: Wrap double-sided tape around  cylindrical vases in a couple of places; position candy canes or cinnamon sticks around the vase; tie with bright red or green ribbon.

Unexpected holiday color: Use red or green flower pots to hold cutlery, rolled napkins on a buffet table.

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Holiday Decoration: Simple and Spectacular Holiday Decoration Ideas

Want your home to look like it stepped out of the pages of a decorating magazine this holiday season? You don't have to hire a decorator. Just add an easy new twist to tried and true Christmas decorating traditions using these tips from the pros.

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Choose the Best Colors for Your Home

Decorating with bright Christmas red and holly green is a holiday institution. But that doesn't mean those colors necessarily work well in your home. "Look at the color of each room," advises Robin LaMonte, principal designer for Rooms Revamped, in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. "Take that color and decorate around it." For example, if your room is blue or mauve, use that color, plus accents of pinks, or rich burgundy, or white as your predominant color theme. Then add metallic accents like silver or pewter, burnished copper, brass, or gold to add sparkle, she suggests.
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