"America the Beautiful" is the Christmas decor theme at the White House for this year, The Associated Press reported.
First Lady Melania Trump has said that this theme for the decor was inspired by Americans’ shared appreciation “for our traditions, values and history.”
The Christmas ornaments on the official White House Christmas tree in the Blue Room were designed by students who were asked by the National Park Service to depict what makes their states beautiful.
First responders and frontline workers being challenged by the coronavirus pandemic are highlighted in White House Christmas decorations that also give a special nod to Melania Trump’s redesigned Rose Garden.
The gingerbread White House—a sweet confection made of more than 400 pounds (181 kilograms) of dough, gum paste, chocolate and royal icing—is on display in the State Dining Room and for the first time includes the Rose Garden, which the first lady recently renovated, and the First Ladies’ Garden.
It is the final Christmas in the White House for the Trump family.