I know, I know. It is too early to start talking about Christmas! Halloween hasn’t even happened. By most accounts, you are right. It is too early, except when we are discussing specialty lights and decorations. If you are looking to do something more than ordinary this year, it takes some real planning and preparation that starts now. If you want something unique and wait until late November to order, it will likely be sold out and on a list for the following year.
Specialty lights, decorations, and commercial Christmas supplies sell out this month. *gasp* Yet, it makes sense when you think about it. Hotels, cities, churches, and most retail venues all do some form of decorating for Christmas, so supplies do run dry early. Those giant ornaments, Mr. and Mrs. Claus chairs, and oversized religious displays are in high demand.
These lights offer unique visuals, last longer, and can be installed in locations traditional store bought lights can’t. You can get big to comically large wreaths that are loaded with lights. There are lights that sync to sound so they will blink with music. Characters made of Christmas lights that are custom made to order. There are soft white LED Christmas lights that have a better glow and longer life span than those you would get at your local store. Some examples of designs include hanging stockings, stars, Santas, gingerbread men, sleighs, and more.
If you want to have the best looking lights on the block, call in and talk with a designer. They have some real insight on stand out decorations and light designs. Installation includes putting lights and decorations up, trouble shooting problems that may arise, taking them down and storing them until next year. It makes your holiday easy.