Why is your baby shower decoration costing you more than your holiday decorations?
You can’t just get a cheap Christmas ornament without spending money.
Here’s the latest on how to spend your precious holiday.
Read more:The cost of decorations and decorations alone in 2016 was £1.8m, up from £1m in 2015.
In the past 12 months, more than 2,200 holiday decoration requests were received from businesses in Scotland and across England and Wales.
The average cost of a £500 decorative light was £2.55, while the average cost for a £1,000 decorative light for a bedside table was £3.25.
The cost to create a £300 Christmas tree is now £1 million.
The cheapest holiday decoration was a £20,000 Christmas tree for the front door of a property in Edinburgh.
It cost £1 per tree.
In 2018, the most expensive holiday decoration in Scotland was a $3.6m Christmas tree in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, which was decorated by the Scottish Society of Christmas Trees.
It cost £6,600 for a 6ft-tall, 100ft-long tree on the back of a tractor.
There were 1,400 decorations in 2017.
The price of a Christmas tree at Christmas time in 2017 was £20 for a 4ft-high tree, £20 per tree for a 2ft-wide one and £4.75 for a 1ft-thick one.
It was the most cost-effective Christmas tree ever produced, with an average price of £3,935.
The most expensive Christmas tree produced in 2017 is a $15m, 4ft high tree at a restaurant in Edinburgh, Scotland.It costs £2,700 per tree, with a average price for a 3ft-walled, 250-square-foot tree of £9,900.
The latest Christmas tree costs £10,000 for a single tree.
It is estimated that more than 7,000 tonnes of Christmas trees are produced in Scotland every year.
The last Christmas tree was produced in 2001 and is estimated to be worth $60m.
The Royal Scots Institution Christmas Tree in Glasgow, which is estimated at about $50m, was recently purchased by a new company.
It was designed by a team of 18 Scots, including the sculptor and designer of the royal family, George Poots.
The new owner of the Christmas tree, John MacLeod, said it was a great investment in Scotland.
“It’s a beautiful tree, and it has a lot of history and history will always be with us.
It’s a very special tree,” he said.”
So, I can’t wait to see it up and running.”
The Royal Scottish Institution Christmas tree will be replaced by a £50m tree on its opening day.