Holiday Décor Delivered to Your Door

Nine easy ideas that bring the spirit of the season via online ordering

Danielle’s Lark Wreath

Erin Weston of Weston Farms in North Carolina is a true artist when it comes to mail-order magnolia wreaths and garland. This 38-inch wreath has magnolia, cypress, and longleaf pine cones and is about as Southern as it gets. $385; westonfarms.com

 Fair Isle Felt Garland

If you’re a sucker for all things vintage-inspired, add felt garlands to your decorating repertoire. $18 each; minted.com

Belle of the Ball Amaryllis Arrangement

This unusual color combination of festive amaryllis is a perfect way to get in the spirit. $59; farmgirlflowers.com

Chunky Knit Christmas Stocking

Even if it never gets cold enough for sweater weather in the South, your mantle can still be adorned with knit stockings. $30; llbean.com

Acrylic Star Topper

This handmade acrylic topper by Louisiana artist Brad Bourgoyne is the ultimate Southern accent for the tree. $150; figanddove.com

Feather Wrapping Paper

Put on The Nutcracker suite and get wrapping with this beautiful paper designed exclusively for Fieldshop by Garden & Gun. $12 a roll; ggfieldshop.com


Wicker Basket

Skip the tree skirt in favor of a basket. $78; shopterrain.com

Real Christmas Garland

There’s no substitute for the smell and look of real greenery, and you don’t even have to leave the house to get this 25-feet beauty. $60; amazon.com

Real Christmas Tree Balsam Fir

The charm of Christmas tree shopping locally isn’t lost on us, but for those in a serious hurry, you can have a real six- to seven-foot-tall tree delivered. $110; amazon.com


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