You can’t get any more Christmassy than snow and the delightful winter feels it brings. It’s bright, glorious, and all things lovely. It also brings back memories of childhood waiting for that magical moment of the first snowfall of the year. Bottle all these nostalgic feelings and channel them into your parade float as you deck it out with parade float snow — makeshift snow, that is. And we’ll show you how in three easy ways.
Need winter and holiday parade float ideas? The holidays are upon us. In this article, we will give you some parade float ideas and concepts — ranging from the fun, colorful and popular to the classic or one-of-a-kind — and how you can make your parade float stand out this season.
This is a staple among holiday parade floats and it never fails to amaze. In bright royal blue and white, this beautiful theme still has its fans.
Use silver foil and glitter to add a bedazzling effect.
There is nothing quite like the sight of bright reds and greens to get everyone into a festive, holiday mood, but what else do you need to make your Christmas parade floats look fabulous for the season? Here are our top five picks:
As classically appealing as ever, Christmas trees and evergreens never fail to put us all in good spirits. They bring a sense of hope and cheer that this holiday just might be the best yet.
When choosing trees for Christmas parade floats, consider the size of the trailer and the possible weight it can hold. If you can’t find a real tree that will fit with the rest of your float decors, you might want to opt for plastic or full-color cardboard standup versions that are just as delightful; they weigh less, too, so there would be less strain for the trailer. If you are going for a non-traditional holiday parade float concept, then our set of Lit Trees will work perfectly for you. They come with floral sheeting in your choice of metallic shades that will certainly catch the eye of the audience and enhance the overall look of your design.