Holiday Season

Lighting, ornaments, socks, candles, dinnerware, and more — it’s time to store all the things that will coat your house with a festive holiday décor, inside and outside.

We’ve put forth a rundown of all the items to make your surroundings brighter for the season. What better way to be in the holiday mood than to fill your house with festive decorations?

It’s time to pack the halls — here’s what you need.

Rose-Colored Decorations

Rose-Colored Decorations
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We know that red and green are the typical colors for holiday décor. However, if you’d like to switch things up a bit this year, why not incorporate rose-colored décor (think stockings, confetti, wreaths, etc.) in your home? It would be nice to have a change and would look adorable and chic!

The Art Of Gift-Giving

The Art Of Gift-Giving
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Gift-giving is an art; it’s both fun and sweet. This year, coordinate your gift packaging to match the color palette of your living room. Using the same ornamental methods for a coherent whole.

Speaking Of Gifts..

Although more customers will be ordering online to escape malls, delivery companies will be flooded — so you’ll want to buy and deliver presents early to make sure they arrive on time.

A Berry-licious Garland

A Berry licious Garland
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Looking for a quick way to get the plain garland to the next level? For an excellent holiday entry, cover the garland in red berries — a great accent to highlight your door — and then display a wreath of the same style to bring the look together.

Spruce Up Your Dining Table


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Go with a playful, crafty theme, sprinkling your table with glass hurricanes lined with felt Christmas trees. Play a green theme of matching pots, table linens and spruce trees.

Layer Décor

Layer Décor
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Decorate with objects with varying heights. Start by adding oversized snowflakes, and set up the tables with tall candlesticks. Hang a garland consisting of olive branches for the mantel.

Fun Activities During Quarantine

Well, you and your family members might be a little bored of one another right now, but think of those fun ideas to help set the Christmas season apart. Build a mini calendar of advents with seasonal events for each day, rather than a treat. Your Christmas plans don’t have to be elaborate — they might only be drinking hot chocolate together sporting Santa hats or enjoying one of the best holiday movies on Netflix — but they’re going to help make the season lighter.

Related: Organizing An Event In The Social Distancing Era? Here Are 4 Tips To Make It Successful!

Spread Joy

Spread Joy
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If 2020 has shown us something, it’s just how much people in our lives matter to us, so go ahead and share your happiness everywhere you can. Write down how much the ones you love mean to you and give it to them. Create Christmas treats and leave some of them with your friends and neighbors — or drop off pizza or other goodies at a nearby nursing home, hospital, or fire station to brighten the lives of the residents there.

Wrapping Up

This was a fun and sweet checklist for the upcoming holiday season.

Glamorous Event Planners and Productions wishes you a very warm and cozy holiday season with your loved ones!