Upside Down Christmas Tree Tradition

Monday, October 1st 2018. | Merry Christmas

Upside Down Christmas Tree Tradition

In recent years, turning Christmas trees upside down—and occasionally hanging them from the ceiling—has become a bona fide trend. In 2016, London's Tate .
In the mid 2000s, in a revival of a Catholic tradition that began in the Middle Ages, people began incorporating upsidedown Christmas trees into their .
Upside down Christmas trees gradually fell out of favor after the 1600s.. The tree takes up less space than a traditional Christmas tree, making it a practical .