I am starting to recall the name the store gave this tree-- it was something dull like "red and white tree." I'm going to rename it "Christmas Roses" because of the pretty ribbon running through it.
The ribbon is full of roses. The shiny and sparkly touches of green on some of the ornaments are a good compliment to a rose theme, I think.
The glittery "Merry Christmas" sign appeared several times in the tree, along with red glittered snowflakes, balls and finial drop ornaments. There were red poinsettias in the tree as well, with a few of their leaves intensely glittered, which made them show up a bit better amongst all the other reds. Silvery-white ornaments, and a very light gold, relieved the intense red theme somewhat.
There were hearts here and there, and some drop ornaments that looked like candy. Why, this tree would be more at home on Valentine's day, don't you think? Hearts, candy roses...
The photo doesn't do it justice, but this glittered "JOY" ornament was three-dimensional. I've seen a lot of word ornaments, but they are usually flat.
The angel on the other side of the tree. I was not able to get a good full-length photo of this side, but I believe this must be the proper front of the tree.