Tis The Season

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Tis The Season


This year at First Fruit Collection is like no other in our history. Yes, we have still held onto the traditional red and green christmas, but we have some new introductions as well. This Christmas, we were wanting a clean, timeless look that will last throughout the ages. In our market shopping, turns out we were right on point with our new 'look' we were going for.

One of our store favorites for Christmas decoration this year is the deer pictured. It is large enough to be used outside or be the statement piece you need inside!


These deer are simple, yet classic. They are small enough to place on that chest or side board that just needs a little/extra Christmas spunk!


Another great way to dress up any area that needs the Christmas spirit is to place a smaller tree in a planter. Since the tree is smaller in size, place 2 to 3 ornament styles on the tree to keep a clean look. Placing too many ornaments and ornament styles will overwhelm the smaller trees.



Here at FFC, we looooove our driftwood! The Driftwood nativity is another one of our favorites for the season! We have flanked the nativity scene with silver christmas trees to give it a little sparkle and pop. These tree are another classic christmas decoration that will be beautiful for years to come.


Did we say that we looove driftwood, yet?? Last year, we introduced the driftwood angels. They were a HUGE hit and we did not order enough. We didn't make the same mistake this year! Even though we ordered more this year, they will not last long. Meredith's arrangements flank the sides bringing some life and natural color to the driftwood and burlap arrangement (neutral enough to be used year-around!).  


Placing medium/skinny trees next to your server will be a nice filler and addition for the Christmas season. Keep your existing lamps and add a nautral Christmas-scape in the dining room to allow for a beautiful Christmas dining experience.

Posted by Ashley Toney at 11:59 AM