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The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions

The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

First of all, a huge HAPPY CHRISTMAS to all my SouthBound Brides! Hope you had a lovely day, and an especial shoutout to those of you who got engaged under the mistletoe! I’ve had a very chilled day (and I do mean chilled – rain galore in London) and full to the gills with delicious food (homemade chocolate fondant, nailed it!) I have just settled down to watch the Downton Abbey Christmas special and to share a tiny bit of inspiration from our fabulous sponsors, who I have asked: What’s your favourite festive tradition? I love hearing about their Christmas traditions, and have even included one of my own! Here’s hoping that whatever traditions you incorporated this year, you had a wonderful time, and here’s to good things in 2013. (PS Just to up the pretty stakes, I have included some of my absolute favourite Christmas tables from around the blogs this year, yay!)

The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

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The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

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The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

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The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

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The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

The Question: Favourite Festive Traditions | SouthBound Bride

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One Comment
  1. I quite like the christmas tree tradition as well, even it is a hassle later on when the tree starts getting dry and you have those needles everywhere. But the tree definitely marks xmas for me.

    December 26, 2012

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