And Mrs. Trump didn't have to do all the decorating by herself.
Alongside President Donald Trump, the former model took part in the revelry in a festive outfit ensemble that included the Louboutins in a complementary nude color teamed with a checked - and very festive-looking - red Chanel pre-fall '17 belted jacket.
The first lady's office previewed the decorations for journalists on Monday before welcoming students from a nearby military base in Maryland to see the decorations and try some holiday-themed arts and crafts, such as building gumdrop trees and decorating garland. "@WhiteHouse is ready to celebrate!"
A big point that President Donald Trump campaigned on was bringing back the phrase "merry Christmas".
Jeff Flake, a Republican Senator and critic of the President, said Mr Trump's disregard for "shared facts" is "dangerous to democracy".
"I told you about Christmas".
The decorations continue a tradition that dates back decades.
Jennifer Pickens, an expert on White House East Wing traditions, predicted that Mrs Trump's window wreaths will become another tradition that no future first lady will want to end.
More than 150 volunteers from 29 states spent 1,600 hours over the holiday weekend decking the White House halls.
At last year's ceremony, President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle feted Kelly Clarkson, Eva Longoria, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, Marc Anthony and Chance the Rapper. "It's one that we've heard and we speak about and we dream about and now, as the president of the United States, it's my tremendous honor to now wish America and the world a very Merry Christmas".