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Ways To Celebrate Christmas in Cypress

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Celebrate Christmas In Cypress TX

Cypress has become one of the best places to live outside of Houston whether you want to spend time shopping with friends, immersing yourself in nature or spending time playing a round of golf this quiet and safe suburb has it all…well almost. Living in an area where there winters are warm makes some residents wonder how to celebrate Christmas. When my husband Lon relocated to the area from Blue Springs Missouri it’s not uncommon to see a white Christmas or at least celebrate the holidays where its cold. From snowball fights to sledding down icy hills on cardboard boxes these were things that our sunshine city did not have. If your new to Cypress TX and wondering how to enjoy Christmas during warm weather this holiday let our Christmas light installation team in Cypress share seven ways to make the most of a sunshine holiday.

Buy A Christmas Tree

This may seem obvious but having a Christmas tree is one of the best ways to user in the holidays and if your new you may not be aware of Dewberry Farms. If you want to experience a real tree, then take a wagon ride where you will find 40 acres of trees to choose from. They will provide a saw for you to cut it down or they can do it for you and then you can ride to Santa Workshop where they will bale it for you. Then head home, turn on some holiday tunes and make the holiday spirit come alive. If you are looking for a tree that looks exactly like the real deal without the watering or pine needles and can be put out year after year, then contact Houston Christmas Lights. They provide professional trees from 6 feet to 100 feet and can take the hassle out of decorating them with their professional tree decorating service to Cypress businesses and homeowners.

Attend A Holiday Musical or Play

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With Cypress being just 30 minutes from downtown Houston commuting to the city is a breeze if you it the freeways at the right time. There are so many great events to take in from Toyota Center For King and Country concert to the Winter Wonderland Prom at Harris County Mud which is a great excuse to wear that formal dress or make up for lost memories. Or if you are looking for a holiday event where you can also get a little holiday shopping done why not check out one of our favorite Christmas events the Nutcracker Market at NRG that benefits the Houston ballet. This weekend event includes over 100 vendors selling gifts, home decor, toys, apparel and more. There are many events you can see and do just google and go because you won’t have to worry with the snow.

Breakfast With Santa

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While local malls such as Katy Mills offers photos with Santa the lines tend to be long, and the visit is often cut too short so instead why not take your little ones to have breakfast with Santa while they still believe at The Woodlands resort. The event is open to the public or enjoy a staycation. While your attending Breakfast with Santa why not have out Christmas light installers in Cypress come decorate your home so that evening you can turn on your lights to top off your remarkable day. The Woodlands Resort offers a full menu, photos, and social distancing is built in with tables inside and outside for your festive meal.

Christmas Movies

While there are nonstop Hallmark movies for binge watching why not gather the family, a few blankets or lawn chairs and head to Movies at Market Square Park, they offer Christmas movies two Saturdays during the month of December. There is no food or drinks allowed so make sure to bring some money to dine at one of the great nearby restaurants.

Ugly Christmas Sweaters

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What Christmas would be complete if we could at least for one day wear that tacky ugly Christmas sweater you have had hanging in your closet all year. At the 8th annual Ugly Christmas sweater event you not only get to show off your attire but give back to a great cause by bringing a wrapped toy for Harris County minority kids and if your sweater is ugly enough you just may win a $50 gift card. If you miss this event there are plenty of other ways you can donate and give back. At Houston Christmas Lights when you have your Christmas lights installed by our Cypress team we donating into our community, proceeds benefit our Present project. If you know a family in need, contact our Christmas light installation company in Cypress to nomination a family anywhere in the area.

Gingerbread Decorating Contest

Polish off your gingerbread architecture skills, gather a team of friends and head to one or several gingerbread decorating contest throughout Cy-Fair or gather the supplies and do it from home and then submit your gingerbread photos to a church without walls. They have several categories to enter just make sure to make your creation from scratch edible ingredients. Dates for 2021 have yet to be determined so visit them online to keep up with the entry deadlines.

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Cypress Christmas Light Installation

Hang Christmas Lights

Rather you live in a HOA where they have an award for the best Christmas light display, or you want to install twinkling lights on a rooftop to feel your home with holiday cheer no Christmas would be complete without holiday light. If you are afraid of heights or would rather not mess with electricity and ladders, contact Houston Christmas Lights for Christmas light installation in Cypress. We offer simple or spectacular holiday display, interior holiday decorating, and complete turnkey Christmas light installation for Cypress residential and commercial property owners. Book early we do fill up, simply call 281-545-7740 or visit Houston Christmas Lights by clicking here and filling out a form to have one of our decorators give you a call.

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