Sunday, December 23, 2007

A Magical Christmas Party...

Last night, JP and I were invited to a festive party here in town. Our new collector friends, Dave & Yvonne have a true passion for decorating all things Christmas! Like something out of a winter's fairytale, their home's interior was aglow with magical lights, a forest of over 40 glowing trees, holiday collections and shimmering ornaments from every angle. I was drawn to their towering Christmas tree, twinkling with vintage bubble lights and an eye-catching display of colorful glass baubles. I'll share a couple of photos from the evening, but of course, they do not do their decorated home justice, so you'll have to use your imagination :) Happy Holidays!

~ Johanna


* Me, in my heels, yet dwarfed next to this spectacular tree....


* JP, sipping sangria and taking in the festive view from the upstairs balcony...

7 comments:

Kim Hardt Originals said...

Wow! Johanna breath taking! I can only imagine how spectacular the display is in person. The pictures you posted are wonderful though. It certainly looks like a winter's fairytale.

Happy Holidays to you and your family!

Kim

DesignsbyCK said...

Hi Johanna,

WOW Johanna the trees are spectacular...40 trees huh? Looks like you guys had fun! :)

Merry Christmas Eve!

Best,
Chris

Christine LeFever said...

Wow! That is one sparkling tree.

Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog, Johanna.

Christine

Sam I Am said...

Merrrrry CHristmas Johanna!!!!!

Kitty Forseth said...

Oh my GOSH!!! That's in someone's home???? I want it! Ha ha!

xoxo Kitty

vintagepaletteart said...

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's beautiful! Who is the lucky person that gets to climb the ladder to decorate it? They are brave! lol

Their home looks just gorgeous! Glad you got to go and have a fun time Johanna!

Merry day after Christmas to you!
*Lori

Carrie Huber said...

Ok, and I thought I had a bunch of trees! :-) It looks FABULOUS!!!


Isn't it hard though to take everything down? I know it is for me! I will however leave up a few trees that are just snowmen ... that way the house won't seem so empty!

Belated Happy Holidays to you!
Carrie