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Examples of Family Trees: A Roundup Of Our Favorite White Family Tree Prints Charts

Examples of Family Trees: A Roundup Of Our Favorite White Family Tree Prints Charts

We love all the bright template we created, and the new variations you come up with, but our most popular charts by far are white and black. And why not? They're incredibly classy, match any decor and are highly readable!

Without further ado, we'd like to showcase a few of our favorite white Family Tree Prints charts from the past few weeks!

The first gorgeous example of a family tree is...

example of white family tree chart

This chart was created by the oh-so-wonderful Katie over at @thelisteningearproject! We absolutely love what she does--in her own words:

A girl obsessed with old people and capturing their wisdom. Hoping to inspire others to connect through sharing stories and serving each other.

She created this chart starting from our White Simplicity Circle template, and then modified the way the names were displayed so each generation was "Horizontal Curved" (in the family tree maker choose "Advanced" > "Generation" > Select "Horizontal Curved" from the "Information Displayed" drop-down). Love, love, love how clean and GORGEOUS this chart is... we may even copy her!

Real-life chart stats:

  • No. generations: 6
  • Printed size: 11" x 14" 

An important note here: Katie initially used smaller fonts printing 11" x 14" and it was SUPER tiny, so she ended up redoing her chart (with larger fonts!) and now it looks GORGEOUS! If you're looking to print a 6 generation circle smaller than 16" x 16", definitely go for big fonts, and high contrast!

 The second chart up is... 

example of family tree white circle

This beauty was created by Bridgett of @hellobridgett, a photographer living in the Salt Lake City, UT area. We love its home snuggled in with family photographs!

She created this chart using our Classic White template, and removed the "+" sign at the center of the chart!  If you want to do the same, you'll just want to click the "Advanced" tab on the left-hand side, and then click the "Generation" tab, and select "1st generation" from the drop-down menu. Then click the "Individual" tab and in the Name field it should say "+". Delete it and voila!

Real-life chart stats:

  • 6 generations (5 visible)
  • Printed size: 20" x 20"

The third lovely white family tree example is...

example of family tree white fan shape

this beauty created by Alanna of @two_sisters_and_a_story--all three of these ladies have fantastic style and impressive creative mojo! She started with our Classic White fan template, and then changed the shape to "Half Circle". (To do this, click "Advanced" > "Shape" > Scroll through the list and click on the mini chart above "Half Circle".)

Real-life chart stats:

  • 6 generations (5 visible)
  • 11" x 14"

Note: For a 6 generation fan chart, we typically suggest printing a minimum of 12x18" and recommended 16” x 20”, but clearly this 11" x 14" chart turned out just right! The key to success? Making sure your fonts are large enough and that you've chosen a high-contrast design! Check and check!

The last chart up is...

example of family tree white fan 8 generations

This chart was one Kesler and I created to gift to his grandpa for Christmas this year (shhh... don't tell!). It's a whopping 8 generations (7 visible) and is currently at the printers to be printed 36" x 24". We can't wait to see the finished product! We created this chart using our White Simplicity fan chart template and had to do a little finagling to make some of the longer names fit, but it was totally worth it!

Real-life chart stats:

  • 8 generations (7 visible)
  • 36" x 24"

Ready to create your very own white family tree? Choose one of our white starting templates and off you go!

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