A trip to the Christmas tree farm

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GAP Button Down | Madewell Drop Hem Jeans | Forever 21 Scarf | Steve Madden Booties | Mark & Graham Denim Tote c/o

One of the things I really wanted to do this holiday season was visit the Christmas tree farm. It’s about a 40 minute drive from Atlanta and has gorgeous trees lined up as far as the eye can see. I’m not one for a real tree in the house, but I was looking to go home with a few wreaths to deck my house with. I love the smell of the fresh pine and since my tree is fake, it’s nice to add the real deal somewhere in my home.

After roaming around the farm grabbing some pics and having a little picnic (check back next week for that!), I headed to all the wreaths and picked up one for my front door. I’ll need to add a little bow or something to it to add a little color, but it smells amazing and even looks gorgeous as is. 

Do you go for the real deal Christmas tree or do you pull out the same fake one every year like I do?

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Photos by JNelly

 

7 Comments | December 6, 2016
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7 thoughts on “A trip to the Christmas tree farm

  1. Kristina

    This is such a cute combo, I love the scarf! We used to trek three hours each way every year to go to our family’s Christmas tree farm so we always had a real one, but the past few years we’ve skipped the drive and gone faux instead. I miss the pine smell but not the needles!!

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