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Top 10 Christmas Stage Designs

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Christmas is coming up on us like a freight train. And there are many who still haven’t decided what they’ll do for Christmas this year. To make things a bit simpler, I put together a list of my top 10 favorite Christmas stage designs. Get inspired by these or even mimic one completely.

Good luck and merry Christmas!

10. Candle Chandeliers

10 - Candle Chandeliers

This is the perfect stage design for a more intimate setting. Go crazy with candles all over the place for an amazing silent night.

9. Tree’s Company

9 - Trees Company

Do Christmas trees a bit differently by making your own. They take light well and fill a bunch of space.

8. Upside Down Christmas

8 - Upside Down Christmas

Turn Christmas into a cave. These Christmas trees turn into stalactites when hung from the ceiling.

7. Mountains and Stars

7 - Mountains and Stars

Put a lovely wood texture on the back wall of your stage. It’ll bring a bunch of warmth to the Christmas season.

6. Frosty Windows

6 - Frosty Windows

Give your stage a cold wintry look by repurposing window panes.

5. Spheres and Trees

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Shrink your audience and make them feel like they’re living in the Christmas tree—surrounded by ornaments and branches.

4. Glowing Hives

4 - Glowing Hives

This is a glittery and fun stage design that feels like crafty snowflakes.

3. Make Believe

3 - Make Believe

This exaggerated child’s room set is the perfect way to introduce childlike wonder and magic into your Christmas services.

2. Conical Christmas

2 - Conical Christmas

This simple design turns your stage into an illustrated comic book of Christmasness.

1. Cubist Staines Glass

1 - Cubist Stained Glass

Finally, what a wonderful way to bring liturgy into a modern space without losing the edge of the current.

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