It may be the final part of our annual holiday card roundup, but it’s the first of December which means… Christmas is around the corner, lovelies! Miss Part 1 and Part 2? No worries. You can backtrack right here and here to get all caught up.

From warm holiday wishes and wintery save the dates to candy canes, fir branches and a special wish for peace on earth, we’re sure you’ll find a design sure to delight this holidays. Enjoy:

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All is merry and all is bright in Part 2 of our annual holiday card roundup! Miss Part 1? No worries, you can backtrack right here to get all caught up.

From splatter reindeer and magical unicorns to clever save the dates, ugly sweaters, fir trees and bright confetti designs, we’re sure you’ll put a smile on everyone’s face this season. Enjoy:

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year and WeddingLovely + our amazing stationery vendors are getting into the festive spirit with Part 1 of our annual holiday card roundup!

From pine cones and mistletoe to cactus, Tylenol (uh-huh!) and snow, we’re sure you’ll find a unique design you’ll want to spread the holiday cheer. Enjoy:

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Vendor credit: Rosebud Paper

Wooooo we’re back with holiday roundups! It’s not too late to spread a little holiday cheer this Christmas — and these designs from our lovely vendors are sure to get you in the festive spirit. Take a look at our top picks this year and make sure to contact the vendor directly using the links listed for further order and shipping information. Enjoy!

Sleigh on to holiday roundups:

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An Intimate Thanksgiving by Fleur de Lis Event Consulting (1)

In honor of Thanksgiving, we have a special holiday post featuring an elegant and intimate tablescape brought to us by Valerie of Fleur de Lis Event Consulting. Here’s what Valerie has to say:

A traditional Thanksgiving table is often long and rectangular. I love to entertain on these kinds of tables; however, we wanted to give an alternate option for a Thanksgiving table. A small intimate gathering for a “friendsgiving” maybe. Not everyone will be spending this holiday with family. So we thought it would be nice to inspire those who will be having a smaller Thanksgiving dinner but still want to get creative with their tablescape. I mean, just because it’s a small gathering doesn’t mean you can’t go all out and create an elegant tablescape.

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