Christmas-fy Services

Sunday, December 6, 2020

I know that I have been really quiet on the blog lately. There was a reason for my going MIA. I took on a big Christmas Decorating project in the Raleigh area. A client reached out and requested that I decorate her living room, dining room, and front porch.  Get ready for picture overload.



This family has the cutest two year old little boy that just melts your heart. It's so fun to see Christmas through the eyes of children.  Yes, I have two sons of my own, but Mason and Lucas are 10 and 11 and have outgrown some of the magic of Christmas. 


We used this tiered tray as a cocoa bar with peppermint spoons and candy cane crunch cocoa.  This family has two dogs and the sweetest ragdoll cat. I knew that Mrs. SC needed this coffee mugh.


We brought in tons of new ornaments to adorn there Christmas tree but were still able to include some of their special ornaments like "Baby's 1st Christmas" and wedding ornaments.  It is so important to keep up with traditions and to use sentimental items in your Christmas decor.



 How gorgeous are these stairs?!?  I know these twinkling lights will be beautiful at night.


We brought in a couple of these tiered trays, but used them in very different ways. There were two beautiful tea sets in the dining room that we wanted to show off. 


This nativity set is so beautiful and special. We wanted to give it a place of honor and let it be the star.





I fell in love with this sleigh when I saw. I wasn't sure where I could use it and left it behind. And then I decided it would be the perfect centerpiece for the dining table. I had to go to three stores to find it again! 


A couple of flocked trees in planters and a cute sled sign were added to welcome guests to their home.
I would love to decorate your home for Christmas too. I even offer a shopping service after Christmas if you want to take advantage of the awesome deals for next year.

Are you all decorated and ready for Christmas?

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