Decorating for Christmas with Tea Collection

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Gueeeeesssss what WE did this weekend... That's right, we decorated for Christmas! It's been a process getting all of the Christmas decor out since we're chasing around a busy 1 year-old now. Plus, it's taken a little longer this year in the new house since it's got all kinds of spots to add cozy, festive pillows or touches of garland that we didn't have before.

I've been inspired by more natural, simpler decor this year such as dried oranges, lamb's ear, white holly, natural wood, and winter greens. I've been hitting up the Hearth & Hand at my local Target like a crazy person - literally everything in that collection is amazing in price point and style. I've also added a few natural details like DIY'd orange garland (tutorial here) and a rosemary tree (ours is from Whole Foods) to make our house extra festive. 

B hasn't been super helpful with this weekend's decorating activities, but she's sure looked adorable. She's been rocking some really fun outfits from Tea Collection - they're the perfect combo of comfy and cute, a "must" when you're reaching up high to grab an ornament to gnaw on. Even more awesome, Tea Collection has some seriously cute stuff on sale this week for Black Friday! If you're looking for some new outfits to impress the grandparents and cousins for all those holiday get-togethers, check out their sale here!

This post was sponsored in collaboration with Tea Collection. Affiliate links included.