Holiday Decorations for the Home with Christmas Forest

This post is in partnership with Christmas Forest.


Christmas Forest Products

Now that it’s officially November I’m starting to launch into my Christmas holiday posts because I know some of you have already been shopping and looking online for gifts as well as great holiday decorations to make your home even more inviting this holiday season.

Since I live in the suburbs of Charlotte, the houses in my neighborhood all start to look the same after a while, but when Christmas draws near, I love looking at the outside the houses, especially those that have classy Christmas lawn decorations and beautiful Christmas wreaths.

As I search through my Pinterest account I see so many great, unique creations for Christmas wreaths, but for some reason my eyes are always attracted to the natural, pine Christmas wreaths. Maybe it’s because I’m very allergic to pine and know that plastic just isn’t the same look, {but I try not to be too envious}.

As a start to my holiday posts and shopping recommendations, I’d love to tell you a little more about Christmas Forest.

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Christmas Forest, nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains of Washington state, has been producing fresh, beautiful Christmas wreaths since 1976. While they have been a local brand for quite some time, they currently serve customers worldwide.

Wreaths range in price from $38 to $52 and last for approximately 3 weeks outdoors but can last longer in cooler/damper climates. Each wreath is carefully handcrafted and shipped to your door {as long as you live in the continental US} at no additional cost, and rumor has it the customer service is outstanding as well.

Here are a few of my favorite wreaths (and other products from Christmas Forest):

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For some reason, I adore blue and silver together. I just feel like it’s different than the red {which I like 2nd best}, not as traditional, but still very beautiful. This Jazz-a-Tazz wreath can be purchased for $44.oo.

The middle, Christmas Cross Wreath is an obvious choice for one of my top picks because of my family’s faith. I love that they offer this option, a great way to celebrate the season and share warmth with your neighbors. I also love that it’s simple and not pretentious. The Christmas Cross wreath is also priced at $44.00.

Last but not least, I know it’s not a wreath officially, but I just can’t help falling in love with this Holiday Swag, no not because it’s called “swag”, although that in it’s own rite is pretty awesome. I can just see it making a beautiful addition to any Christmas decor whether it’s outside your home or inside. If I could turn off my allergies these would be adorning our mantle, our windows, and I may throw a couple on the kids as well! Seriously though, if you’re looking for a little holiday spirit to compliment your current decor, this 25″ Holiday Swag is great and available for $37.

What are your favorites?? 

If you are interested in purchasing products for yourself or as a gift from Christmas Forest I encourage you to head to their website:, you can also follow them on Facebook for updates on products and holiday countdowns.


Thank you Christmas Forest for sponsoring this post, unfortunately I was not able to review products due to pine allergies, but I hope this post has been informative and helpful. All opinions expressed in the above post are my own, yours may vary.

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Jennifer Bullock

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