Elvis had blue lights lining his driveway. Aluminum Christmas trees out front, Santa, sleigh and reindeer with a "Merry Christmas to All" sign. He also had a life-size nativity scene.
Here is the description I found on elvis.com. This explains it in a lot more detail. I am 25 and a huge Elvis fan. I have always wanted to go see the Christmas lights at Graceland. I see pictures and it's Beautiful, but my job keeps me from going during the Christmas holidays.
Elvis loved Christmas and began decorating Graceland in the '50s. His original decorations are still used today.
For many years the tradition has been to put all the decorations in place just after Thanksgiving and keep them up at least through Elvis' birthday in January. Christmas trees would be placed in several rooms along with other decorations.
Outside on the front lawn Elvis first had a large Santa, sleigh and reindeer with the message "Merry Christmas to All, Elvis" suspended above it. In the mid-sixties, Elvis switched to a life-size Nativity scene, along with lighted aluminum trees along the front of the house, and the winding driveway outlined in hundreds of blue lights, a set-up he used each year for the rest of his life. Also in the 1960's, Elvis started switching out the blue draperies in the front rooms of the house to a holiday shade of red.
Today, the Graceland staff authentically continues Elvis's Christmas decorating traditions each year - including both versions of his front lawn displays. Through kind and generous donations from the public, the season is made even more special with poinsettias decorating the interior of the mansion.