I’m sad that Christmas is over for another years but I’m still in holiday mode, so I can’t complain! I’ve had a really nice time at home with family and our pets, and here’s just a few pics from Christmas Eve and Christmas Day! Enjoy! x

My Christmas 2015

Christmas Eve

I travelled home on Christmas Eve and the first thing I did when I arrived at my parent’s house was give the pets a BIG HUG! 
After wrapping the last of my Christmas presents, I got settled and the festive candles came out! I got this set from my secret santa which was arranged by Just My Look. I don’t know how bought me these yet but whoever it was, I just want to say a huge THANK YOU. I absolutely LOVE them!!
After having some Funkin Cocktails with sis (the first pic), I lit the Yankee Candle Christmas Eve candle and ran a bubble bath. Bliss!

Christmas Day

Eeeks, this photo is so big! The day started with us opening pressies (will do a blogpost on this in the next couple of days) and Christmas selfies!
Not sure what starter we had. It was actually supposed to be parma ham and melon, but also just whatever we had in the fridge!
Traditional turkey dinner, with an additional choice of lamb chops because out roast beef went off :-/


Dessert number one was homemade panna cotta and strawberry coulis. Dessert number two (not photographed but can be seen in one of my previous Christmas blogpost) was sticky toffee pudding. Mum makes it every year and Christmas is not the same without it!

 The best course of the evening! HAPPY CHEESEMAS!
 Hope you all had a lovely Christmas!
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16 thoughts on “Photo Diary: Christmas 2015

  1. Oh my goodness, I'm not sure what's more amazing — those adorable dogs, or that incredible Christmas spread! Our Christmas was very small this year, and we definitely made enough food to have fed an army. Your family's spread definitely out does ours this year, though <3

    xoxo – Kelly

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