Our First Lady makes her grand entrance into the East Room to debut this year’s decorations.
Michelle speaks to the families before the reveal in a gorgeous green jaquard dress fit for the season.
Lights shine just like Mrs. O.
First Lady Michelle Obama shows her dogs Bo and Sunny to children of the military families invited to visit.
The official White House Christmas Tree, a Douglas Fir, stands 18.5 feet high and nearly 13 feet wide. It is home once again in the Blue Room of the White House.
Double the fun in the red room with two lavish trees done up in red ribbons.
Joy and laughter fills the air in the State Dining Room as treats and toys are passed around.
The annual gingerbread house sits in the State Dining Room and woudn’t be complete without a mini Bo guarding the door.
A picture-perfect window displays a gilded wreath at the State Floor.
The State Floor hallway looks like a Winter Wonderland with hundreds of snowflakes suspended from the ceiling.
The First lady welcomed military families to the White House for the first viewing of the 2015 holiday decorations.
Because White House Snowmen need armed security too!
Mrs. Obama helps children decorate gourmet holiday cookies.
Lady O is in the Holiday Spirit as she hands out gifts.
A decorator puts the finishing touches on a display in the State Dining Room.
Every kid, and many adults, dream of a spread like this!
A true work of art! This chocolate gingerbread house is on display in the State Dining Room.
The First lady enjoys a sweet treat with the kiddies.
Wow! The Library is taken over by five gorgeous trees, all with tons of presents underneath.
A little Black Girl Magic, in the form of a ballerina ornament, makes it’s way onto a tree in the State Dining Room.
A star spangled 18 ft tree stands tall in the Blue Room.
Adorable handcrfated ornaments on display.
Delicious looking candy coated trees and large wooden soldiers are straight out of The Nutcracker fairy tale.
Santa’s Sleigh is parked outside and guarded by giant penguins.