Merry Christmas Eve Eve Eve, y’all! (That can be a thing, right?)
All of the presents are wrapped, the house is clean (for now), the grocery shopping is done, and I am officially signing off for the season to enjoy some much needed family time. Don’t ask me how I got everything checked off of the to-do list with 2 days to spare because I really have no idea. It’s a Christmas miracle!
These last couple of evenings before Christmas Day are my absolute favorite of the whole year… when the house is warm and glowing and filled with quiet anticipation for what’s to come. I just want to bottle it up and hold onto it forever.
So I’m handing you a virtual cup of hot chocolate to walk around and enjoy the candlelight with me.
I hope this tour leaves you feeling the true spirit of Christmas, when all is still and you can reflect in the quiet moments snuggled up with your loved ones by the Christmas tree.
I stayed up a little later than Robert and Olivia, all snug in their beds, to enjoy the pretty glow.
I’m not the world’s greatest photographer, by any means, and nighttime shooting is a major challenge, but having an excuse to quietly hum along to Silent Night and thank God for this season and this incredible year isn’t a bad night’s work.
So I won’t do a lot of chatting in this post, like a normally do. Instead, I hope you’re inspired by simply walking through our rooms in the candlelight to enjoy the season as we celebrate the greatest gift the world has ever known.
(I’ve included some affiliate links to sources too, if you want to know where to find any of the items in our home.)
The Living Room
[Living Room Sources: Mercury Glass Candle | Birch Wrapping Paper | Star Tree Topper | Mercury Glass Ornaments | Tree Skirt | Silent Night Pillow | Stockings | Stocking Tags | Mantel Garland | Paperwhite Flowers | Lanterns | Wooden Candleholders | Silver Tray | White Wood Ornaments | Rug ]
[Bedroom Sources: Boxwood Wreath | Plaid Throw | Blue Pillows | Bed (similar) | Dresser (similar) | Gold Mirrors | Lamps | Black Mirror | Antler Candleholder | Magnolia Wreath | Pedestal Bowl (similar) | Vase (similar)]
Wherever you are right now, I hope you find peace and comfort this season. Wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year, sweet friends.
“I have come into the world as light, so that no one who believes in me need remain in darkness.”