Pewter Dragon Gothic Fantasy Christmas Ornament and Holiday Decoration
Looking to create a beautiful Gothic Christmas tree to be the centerpiece of your holiday celebrations? Well look no further, because this post is going to be looking at some of my favorite Gothic tree decorations. First things first, you'll nee a tree. A good choice for a Gothic Christmas tree is an artificial black or white tree with contrasting color tinsel - black for a white tree and white or silver for a black tree. 

Love Eternal Christmas Ornament
Next up you'll want lots of kooky and gorgeous Gothic ornaments to hang up, and there are a lot to choose from. I particularly like the pewter dragon featured above, it looks incredibly beautiful and are very unique looking. There's also a few antique dragon ornaments combined with traditional holiday symbols like this dragon wrapped around a candy cane and this dragon Christmas bell ornament which you can combine with the regular dragons for a great look. 

In addition to this there are some great, more simplistic flat Christmas tree ornaments with Gothic phrases and designs that would look cute on any tree. The heart shaped one on the right is one of my favorites, but I also like this stripey skull tree ornament. Zazzle has a lot of this type of tree decorations, so shop around for the ones you like best and you are sure to find some awesome pieces. 
You can't have a tree without baubles, and up above I've found one of my favorite choices for a Gothic bauble. I love how elaborate the pattern and the design is, it looks absolutely gorgeous. Plain black baubles, be they shiny or frosted, are also a simple and easy choice to fill up the tree's branches.

Hoarfrost Purple Dragon Ornament
Finally, dragons are awesome, in my humble opinion anyway. I'll probably do a whole post devoted to dragon decorations at some point, but for now I just want to draw every goth girl's attention to some of the incredibly pretty Gothic dragonornaments out there looking for a good home.

Zanzibar, The Gothic
Dragon Ornament
For example there is the beautiful one on the left (which is part of a larger set of dragon ornaments in different colors), and also the one on the right, which features and shinier, more archaic style. I love them to bits, and I think everyone should have at least one set on their tree! 

So that's it for my guide to my favorite Gothic Christmas tree decorations and putting together a memorable goth Christmas tree. I hope you have a lot of fun decorating your tree, and a very merry Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate!) in general. If you liked this post, be sure to check out the rest of my blog for even more sweet Christmas decorating themes and ideas to keep you busy for years to come. Happy Holidays!


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