I know plenty of people who go big with their Christmas trees each year, but there is no bigger decorating spectacle than the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree in the Big Apple.

The annual tree lighting at Rockefeller Center in New York City took place on Wednesday, and this year's tree didn't disappoint once the thousands and thousands of bulbs were lit up.

This year's tree is a 77-foot tall Norway spruce which hails from the village of Florida, in Orange County, according to ABC 7 in New York City.

50,000 LED bulbs were used to cover the tree from top to bottom in Christmas cheer. I wonder how big that electricity bill is...

Take a look at the tree-lighting in the video below:

[via ABC 7]