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Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Interior Designer Shelley Johnstone Paschke

Our Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight series has allowed us the opportunity to introduce you to so many talented and creative individuals. And our introduction today is no exception. London-trained and Chicago-based interior designer Shelley Johnstone Paschke of Shelley Johnstone Designs is celebrated for her elegant European-inspired designs presented with a fresh modern-day twist. Her project portfolio spans the country as well as internationally in London!

A quick glance through her Instagram feed reveals Shelley's exquisite and timeless taste played out in interiors that remain livable.

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Shelley worked with Dixie artist Shanna Masters to create the beautiful holiday tastemaker collection pictured here. Shelley had a clear vision for her collection to include reindeer as well as an evergreen and pine cone garland. Shanna's artwork turned out to perfectly complement the same level of elegance found in Shelley's interiors. We think the finished product is so chic! 

We have included our Q&A with Shelley as well as images of the rest of her tastemaker collection below. You can shop the full Shelley Johnstone Holiday Collection here.

Favorite Holiday Tradition:

Having the house filled with family, friends, good food and holiday cheer. And my mom's famous grasshopper pie!

Dream Dinner Date:

A lovely dinner with my husband, Brett

Favorite Last Minute Holiday Gift Idea:

My homemade hot fudge sauce tied with a pretty chocolate brown satin ribbon

Most Memorable Read:

My mom gave me a copy of Jonathan Livingston's Seagull, and it has always held a special place in my heart... also, Obstacle the Way by Ryan Holiday.

Favorite Hometown Eatery:

Market House on the Square

What Inspires you most?:

My family

Prized Possession:


Most Sentimental Christmas Tree Memory:

A couple of years ago we were all decorating and Brett & I went upstairs because we were so tired, but we could hear giggling and laughter of our children downstairs.

Go-to Hostess Gift:

A beautiful candle or a coffee table book

Hidden Talent:

I have a  photographic memory... but only when it comes to design elements.

Starbucks order:

Almond Milk Hot Chocolate

What did you dream of being when you were a kid?:

A teacher... I did teach preschool before going into interior design.

What is your number one tool for the trade?:

My attention to bespoke details

Card Photography: Mary Margaret Smith Photography

Stock Image Card Photography: Lauren Bailey Photography


Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Julia Amory of India Amory

We're happy to continue our Holiday Tastemaker introductions with Julia Amory, founder of India Amory, a lifestyle and home goods brand working in Indian block printed cotton of varying weights. The concept of India Amory was developed after  Julia was unable to find printed fabrics she loved at an affordable price for the tables at her Southampton wedding. After designing her own wedding table linens, she was inspired to leave behind her financial services career to pursue what she discovered was her entrepreneurial passion! Her company now offers both ready-made and custom printed textiles in a limitless array of colors and patterns. Julia was born and raised in New York City where she lives with her husband, Minot, their newborn daughter, rescue dog, Hudson, and dachshund, Gracie.

For her Holiday Tastemaker Collection, Julia worked with Dixie artist Inslee Fariss who created the beautiful artwork found throughout the collection. Inslee's floral illustrations were inspired by the bold motifs and graphic block prints found in India Amory patterns. We are thrilled with the resulting Southampton collection and we're excited to pair the menus and place cards with our holiday tables adorned with India Amory linens! 

Continue scrolling for our Q&A with Julia to learn more about her holiday traditions as well as what most inspires her creative work. We have included additional images of her beautiful tastemaker collection at the bottom of this post, but you can shop the full Julia Amory Holiday Collection on our website.

Favorite Holiday Tradition:

My mother has always planted an insane number of paperwhites at Christmastime – they took over the entire house! It’s a tradition I’ve carried into adulthood and there is no happier fragrance than a narcissus during the holidays.

Dream Dinner Date:

In a fantasy world my dream dinner date would be dinner at the original Bilboquet with Marie Antoinette (maybe followed by a trip to the original Bungalow 8?).

Favorite Last Minute Holiday Gift Idea:

India Amory dinner napkins – no hostess on earth ever has enough, they’re cheap and don’t take up a lot of space so they’re easy to have on hand.

Most memorable read:

Anna Karenina

Favorite hometown eatery:

Majorelle in New York, Blue Parrot in East Hampton

What inspires you most?

Impressionist art and 18th century French history, art and architecture

Prized Possession?

Letters from my grandfather 

Most Sentimental Christmas Tree Trimming?

Growing up, the church our family goes to used to give away jingle bells after the pageant on Christmas eve – they end up on the tree as ornaments every year.

Go-to hostess gift?

Anything India Amory!  

Hidden Talent:

I don’t believe in hidden talents – anything I’m good at I use!  

Starbucks Order:

Whole milk latte  

What did you dream of being when you were a kid?

Editor in chief of Vogue  

What is your number one tool of the trade?

Coffee table books – the best inspiration! 

Table Photography:  Patricia Kantzos Photography

Card Photography: Mary Margaret Smith Photography

Stock Image Card Photography: Ashley Cox Photography

Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Erin Gates of Elements of Style

Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Erin Tubridy Gates is the founder and principal designer of Erin Gates Design and is also the creator of the award winning design blog Elements of Style. Her design work and writing has been featured in various publications such as O the Oprah Magazine and InStyle. Erin published her first book in 2014, the New York Times bestselling Elements of Style: Designing A Home & A Life and her second book, Elements of Family Style: Elegant Spaces for Everyday Life in April 2019. 

Erin worked with Dixie artist and Creative Consultant Holly Hollon who created the artwork and graphic motifs for her Tastemaker Collection. Holly used the inspiration board that Erin made for her above as a guide as she was illustrating the citrus tree, magnolia greenery and chinoiserie designs, all reflecting the classic feel of Erin's interior designs. Holly particularly loved the Pierre Frey wallpaper included in the inspiration board, coincidentally, also one of of her favorites! You can see where the wallpaper inspired the magnolia scallops in the finished collection. In addition, Holly felt it was important to include some greek key patterns in the collection since Erin had a holiday collection last season with Wayfair of greek key stockings, pillows and tree skirts.

We have included our Q&A with Erin below. Continue scrolling for the rest of her beautiful Holiday Collection which can be shopped here.

Favorite Holiday Tradition: 

Picking out the tree right after Thanksgiving and decorating it all together. 

Dream Dinner Date: 

Oprah – that is one wise, interesting woman! 

Favorite Last Minute Holiday Gift Idea: 

A stack of favorite novels wrapped in a big, pretty bow!  

Most memorable read: 

“The Light Between Oceans” by M.L. Stedman. A brutal but incredible story. That really touched me.

Favorite hometown eatery: 

We always have an amazing meal at Mistral in Back Bay.

What inspires you most? 

My peers in the industry. Social media is a blessing and a curse – it’s easy to compare but even easier to learn from amazing talent.

Prized Possession:

Not really a possession, but my son Henry. I am thoroughly obsessed with him!

Most sentimental Christmas tree trimming: 

An ornament we bought on our honeymoon. A starfish from Hawaii.

Go-to hostess gift: 

If I have ample lead time – monogrammed cocktail napkins. Otherwsie a nice bottle of wine!

Hidden Talent: 

I’m quite good at Cornhole!

Starbucks Order: 

Grande dark roast with cream and 2 Splendas.

What did you dream of being when you were a kid? 

A check out lady at the grocery store. Then a magazine editor.

What is your number one tool of the trade?

Pinterest – nothing can communicate an idea or style like an image. Great for us in showing concepts but also an important tool for our client’s to use to clearly explain their ideas.

Photography: Mary Margaret Smith Photography

Card Image Photography: Holland Williams Photography

Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Mark D. Sikes

mark sikes holiday tastemaker collection

We are excited to introduce our next Holiday Tastemaker, Mark D. Sikes, of Mark D. Sikes Interiors. After two successful decades in visual merchandising for well-known apparel brands, Mark launched his interior design business and immediately attracted national attention in publications from Veranda to Architectural Digest. Mark is known for creating beautiful and timeless interiors, and his love of big white houses, graceful gardens, and all things blue and white. His first book, Beautiful: All American Decorating and Timeless Style, is a celebration of American style today, showcasing chic and accessible ideas for every home. 

mark sikes gina langford tastemaker holiday collection

Mark worked with Dixie artist Gina Langford to create this beautiful blue and white clad collection. Mark envisioned an "explosion of blue and white ceramics" which Gina brilliantly captured, as well as the inclusion of topiaries, citrus and Mark's beloved French Bulldog, Lily.

mark sikes holiday tastemaker collection

We hope you enjoy learning a bit more about Mark from our interview below. We have included all of the pictures from his Tastemaker Collection at the bottom of this post and you can shop the full Mark D. Sikes Holiday Collection on our website here.

Favorite Holiday Tradition:

Spending Christmas week in Palm Springs with family

Dream Dinner Date:

Jackie Kennedy

Favorite Last Minute Holiday Gift Idea:

Myrtle Topiary in Terracotta Pot

Most Memorable Read:

Out of Africa

Favorite Hometown Eatery:

Mel’s Diner on Sunset

What Inspires You Most?

I think if you keep your eyes open – everything’s inspiring

Prized Possession?

Our French Bulldog, Lily

Most Sentimental Christmas Tree Trimming:

Ornaments from my grandparents – that have been passed down

Go-To Hostess Gift:

Santa Maria Novella Potpourri

Hidden Talent:


Starbucks Order:

Trenta Black Iced Tea

What did you dream of being when you were a kid?


What is your number one tool of the trade?

Tape Measure

mark sikes holiday tastemaker collection

mark sikes holiday tastemaker collection

mark sikes holiday tastemaker collection


Photography: Mary Margaret Smith Photography

Card Image Photography: Mary Catherine Brownfield Photography

Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Jane Scott Hodges of Leontine Linens

We are thrilled to introduce our next Dixie Holiday Tastemaker, Jane Scott Hodges, the founder and owner of Leontine Linens. She has spent the past two decades studying, collecting, and innovating the world of fine linens and has set herself apart in the design community with custom linens that are at once beautiful and practical for today's reality. A noted lecturer and author, Jane Scott will inspire you to take a fresh look at the way you live and entertain. 

Jane Scott was paired with Dixie artist duo Tenn Hens who created the emblems and embellishments for her cards. Bonnie Cross and Currier Stevens of Tenn Hens pulled their inspiration from the Delcambre embroidery styles found on some of Jane Scott's linens. Bonnie and Currier were drawn to the vintage and delicate feel of the Delcambre emblems and felt that the dots made the design feel festive. Also, after seeing images of Jane Scott's New Orleans home decorated for the holidays, they loved the idea of using a rich jewel tone on the artwork similar to what is found in her holiday decor.

We hope you will enjoy learning a little bit more about Jane Scott from our interview with her below. We have included additional images of her beautiful tastemaker collection at the bottom of this post, but you can shop the full Jane Scott Hodges Holiday Collection on our website.

Dream Dinner Date 

My husband, of course

Favorite Last Minute Gift 

Cajun Caviar

Favorite Hometown Eatery 


What Inspires You Most 

My beautiful city, New Orleans

Prized Possession 

My Heirloom Linens

Sentimental Christmas Trimming 

On our dining room chandelier every year we hang these beautiful silver bells that my mother-in-law had collected

Go to Hostess Gift 

Leontine Linens Cocktail Napkins

Starbucks Order 

Grande Iced Coffee with Skim Milk

Photography: Mary Margaret Smith Photography

Card Image Photography: Heather Durham Photography

Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Meg Braff of Meg Braff Designs

Dixie Tastemaker Meg Braff embarked on her interior design career after attending Vanderbilt University and the Parsons School of Design. Meg is known for her exuberant take on traditional design, creating livable spaces imbued with playful glamour and a modern perspective. Her work has been featured in an array of magazines, including a recent feature of her colorful and modern home in Veranda. Her book, The Decorated Home: Living with Style and Joy, was published by Rizzoli in April 2017.

Meg worked with Dixie artist Vaughan Spanjer who created the beautiful pagoda artwork found throughout her tastemaker collection. Vaughan drew inspiration from pictures of Meg's personal pagoda structure found in her Locust Valley, New York home garden.  We have included additional images of this beautiful collection at the bottom of this post, but you can shop the full Meg Braff Holiday Tastemaker Collection on our website.

We have loved getting to know Meg through our time working with her on this collection. She has shared a little bit more about herself in our interview with her below.

Favorite Holiday Tradition:

For so many years, making ornaments with my children was an important holiday tradition for our family. Now that my kids are grown up and away at school, I look forward to their return home and trimming the tree together with the ornaments they’ve made over the years. I’m a bit sentimental about homemade ornaments.

Dream Dinner Date:

William and Kate, the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge

Favorite Last Minute Holiday Gift Idea:

I love Heidi Carey’s printed cotton robes— I have a few stashed in my gift closet!

Most memorable read:

The Decoration of Houses by Edith Wharton

Favorite Hometown Eatery:

My favorite restaurant in Locust Valley is The Basil Leaf Cafe; in Manhattan, Le Bilbouquet is our neighborhood go-to.

What inspires you most:

I am continuously inspired by nature, and the striking color combinations that only mother nature can create.Wherever I travel, I try to make sure to visit local museums and estates, its a great way to expand the eye and freshen your point of view.

Prized Possession:

My 1969 Mercedes Pagoda Top 280 SL Convertible

Most sentimental Christmas Tree Trimming:

I still have all the ornaments my 4 boys have made over the years. Even if we don’t use them all… I love the memories they rekindle every holiday season.

Go-to hostess gift:

If I’m staying with a friend I’ll send flowers or an orchid as a thank you. Otherwise a beautiful candle or truffled almonds are nice ideas.

Hidden Talent:

Maybe its not so hidden, but I am an excellent multi-tasker!

Starbucks order:

Venti skim cappuccino with almond milk

What did you dream of being when you were a kid:

I studied Human Development at Vanderbilt University, thinking that would be my career field. But after working on a few interior design projects for my family while in college I decided to switch gears completely after graduation, and enrolled at Parsons in New York.

What is your number one tool of the trade:

A positive attitude! And, as simple as its sounds, measuring tape and paint deck

Photography: Mary Margaret Smith Photography

Card Image Photography: Mary Catherine Brownfield Photography

Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Nicola Bathie McLaughlin of Nicola Bathie Designs

Nicola Bathie McLaughlin was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. She has lived in England, Michigan, and grew up in San Antonio, Texas where she now lives with her husband, precious daughter, and another baby girl on the way! Nicola graduated from Texas Christian University in 2013, majoring in Interior Design. With a love for jewelry and the arts, as well as an eye for design and an entrepreneurial spirit, Nicola developed the concept for her company. Nicola Bathie Designs' jewelry pieces are ever-evolving with seasons and are timeless at the same time, allowing every woman to feel as if her jewelry piece is a statement curated specifically for her. 

Nicola worked with Dixie artist Riley Sheehey, who we featured on the blog last week, to create the delicate floral artwork found in Nicola's Holiday Tastemaker Collection.  We have included images of this beautiful collection at the bottom of this post where you will also spot some of Nicola's stunning earring designs. You can shop the full Nicola Bathie Tastemaker Collection here.

Nicola was so kind to share a little bit more about herself in our interview with her below. 

Favorite holiday tradition:

Our Christmas Eve church service when all the candles are lit, lights turned off and the congregation sings silent night

Dream dinner date:

Candle lit, by a window, in a street cafe on the Seine River in Paris or at Clos Maggoire in London in their conservatory room. 

Last minute holiday gift:

Framed photographs with quick print photos

Favorite hometown eatery:


Inspires you the most:


Prized possession:

My children 

Most sentimental Christmas tree memory:

Our first Christmas as a married couple, my birthday party was my parents, my in laws, my husband and I having cocktails and decorating the tree. 

Go to hostess gifts:

Monogrammed dinner napkins 

Hidden talent:


Starbucks order:

English breakfast tea with milk.

What did you dream of being as a kid:

Interior Designer 

Tool of the trade:

My assistant, who is my second brain (or maybe my first brain), Emily

Photography: Mary Margaret Smith Photography.

Card Image Photography: Holland Williams Photography. 

Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Chassity Evans of Look Linger Love

Dixie Design Holiday Tastemaker Chassity Evans is a blogger, Charleston, South Carolina dweller, wife, and mother. Launched in September of 2010, Look Linger Love is her daily lifestyle blog where she explores her passion for style in fashion, interiors, and entertaining. She has been featured on and worked with many brands including Real Simple magazine, InStyle Magazine, Garden & Gun magazine, and many more.

Chassity worked with Dixie artist Evelyn Henson who created the vibrant and festive artwork found in Chassity's Tastemaker Collection, which was inspired by Chassity's resort, colorful and feminine style. We love the nods to her beloved South Carolina hometown found throughout the collection's artwork like the bright punches of citrus trees and garlands. 

We have enjoyed getting to know Chassity through the process of creating this collection, and we are excited for you to learn more about her through our interview included below that reveals her holiday traditions, her favorite childhood books, and even her hidden talent!

Favorite Holiday Tradition:

All of it. Starting with breaking out the Christmas music in November. Collecting ornaments for myself and for gifting. Overloading the tree with lights. Holiday parties! We throw a big party every year and it's always one of my favorite nights of the year. Cheesy holiday movies. Sharing all the sweet moments with my kids, like finding the Elf on the Shelf every morning. And making all of my favorite childhood recipes.  

Favorite Late Minute Holiday Gift Ideas:

I buy a lot of quirky ornaments early in the season to have on hand for gifting, so this is usually my go to idea! A really decadent box of handmade chocolates from a local shop never fails to impress. And I also love sending Greetabls to those out of town!

Most Memorable Read:

Both the Babysitter's Club and the Sweet Valley High series were basically my best friends growing up. I was a huge book worm. Now I'm re-reading all of my saved BSC books to my daughter Lilly. We're already on number #40! She loves them almost as much as I did!

Favorite Home Town Eatery:

Charleston has so many amazing restaurants that it's too hard to narrow it down, but Xiao Bao Biscuit, Little Jacks, and Lewis BBQ are a few of my favorites.

Prized Possession:

They're not special and probably definitely not what you're looking for here, but my troll collection from my childhood brings me so much joy. They're displayed in my kids' playroom and seeing them there everyday is just the best!

Most Sentimental Christmas Tree Trimming:

My Granny made me a set of crocheted ornaments that are my most favorite of all. I have about 15 of them and they're all different colors! 

Go To Hostess Gift:

Callie's Biscuits!! Its makes breakfast so easy for the hostess to easily pop in the oven in the morning.

Hidden Talent:

I can rap! I mean, not well, but I can keep up and it's usually a crowd shocker! It's good to keep people on their toes.

Starbucks Order:

I like my coffee simple, plain black! So boring. 

Dream of being as a kid:

This is embarrassing, but one of my first memories from childhood is telling my mom that I wanted to be a bird when I grew up. I really thought you could actually be anything you wanted to be. And I thought long and hard and decided that I wanted to be a bird. Ha! Shortly after I wanted to be in the Ice Capades and I also wanted to be a singer/dancer!

Trick of the Trade:

Living with a "Go For It" mentality! Every day. Wondering "what if" is one of the worst regrets you can have in life!! If you have an idea, plan for it and make it happen. If it fails, it's okay! At least you tried! And if it works, well then that's where the spice of life lies!

We have featured some of Chassity's Tastemaker Collection below. You can access all our Tastemaker cards, including those from previous years, under the Holiday menu on our website

Card Photography: Mary Margaret Smith Photography and Mary Catherine Brownfield

Dixie Holiday Tastemaker Spotlight: Gen Sohr of Pencil & Paper Co

Southern lifestyle tastemaker and interior designer, Gen Sohr, is the co-founder and colorful creative behind Pencil and Paper Development Co. After nearly 20 years of bringing large-scale retail concepts to life for Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Oiliy, The Body Shop, and Victoria's Secret – and having lived in San Francisco, New York, and Chicago – Gen and her husband Benjamin set their sights on bringing their love of design to Benjamin's hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. Together they have created a celebrated design company and lifestyle brand specializing in residential, retail, commercial and product design.

Gen and her team are hosting their much anticipated and fast-approaching Creative Camp in Nashville November 1st through 3rd. Dixie is thrilled to be a part of Creative Camp as both a vendor at the pop-up experience Gen has curated of her favorite brands, and as a guest speaker where Jennifer Hunt, Dixie’s founder and owner, will join a panel of women entrepreneurs and creatives for a lively conversation about building a business, interiors, fashion and social media. Creative Camp ticket sales end September 30th, so click here to purchase yours! 

As one of our Holiday Tastemakers, Gen was paired with Dixie artist Gina Langford who created modern chinoiserie artwork inspired by a vintage print in Gen's home. Gen then worked with our in-house Design team to design the chic, colorful cards you can shop in her holiday Tastemaker collection

Gen has very graciously agreed to share with us more about herself including her holiday traditions and her take on the power of social media in sculpting a brand and using it to make connections.

Favorite Holiday Tradition: 

After the kids have opened their gifts, my husband Benjamin makes the yummiest eggs benedict and we pop open a bottle of champagne to celebrate the day. Then maybe a late morning cat nap?!

Dream Dinner Date: 

Hmm.....any of a long list of favorite designers or artists, or entrepreneurs. Clare Vivier or Jenna Lyons!

Favorite Last Minute Holiday Gift Idea: 

Our signature Howdy Tote of course! 

Most memorable read: 

I'm going way back to childhood. I have always loved  "The Country Bunny and Little Golden Shoes" ....the perfect reminder that a woman on a mission can do ANYTHING!

Favorite hometown eatery: 

Mas Tacos, Rolf and Daughters, or Picnic (for an old school Nashville lunch)

What inspires you most? 

Travel, graphics, vintage textiles, stationery, matchbooks, name it - inspiration is EVERYWHERE!

Most sentimental Christmas tree trimming: 

Each year we decorate one of the children's special gifts with a new Christmas ornament. I love remembering all the holidays past as we decorate the tree. I will also forever treasure my Christmas stocking (hand made by my grandmother).

Go-to hostess gift: 

A beautiful bottle of champagne or our Christmas tree candle with our charming new gift tags!

Hidden Talent: 

Probably not so hidden, but I love to find something beautiful at a really great deal!

Starbucks Order:

Latte, but really nothing beats a cortado in Italy!

What did you dream of being when you were a kid? 

I always knew that I would do something that combined my passion for pretty things - fashion and interiors have been a long-time love! 

What is your number one tool of the trade? 

Be authentic to who you are and what sets you apart in an industry crowded with other creatives. Your voice is unique, use it - and don't forget the power of social media in creating your brand and connecting with others.

We have featured some of Gen's Tastemaker Collection below. You can access all our Tastemaker cards, including those from previous years, under the Holiday menu on our website


Decking the Halls with Cloche Designs' Laura Nell Burton

It's the most wonderful time of the year!  For Laura Nell Burton, this means decking the halls of her lovely San Antonio home with elegant holiday flourishes inspired by its existing teal and yellow color palette. Laura Nell is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of Cloche Designs which specializes in event and wedding design and planning. The Cloche team is well known for its dedication to creating lovely meaningful details for their clients.

As one of our 2018 Holiday Tastemakers, Laura Nell was able to collaborate with Dixie artist Gina Langford to create a customized holiday paper suite (shown above) that also mirrors the yellows and teal hues found throughout her home. 

Laura Nell's regal paper collection sets the tone as she prepares her home for her holiday entertaining. With her daughters' help, Laura Nell adorns her home's exteriors and living spaces with an abundance of fresh greenery and teal velvet ribbon. 

Laura Nell's beautiful table setting elements include Arte Italica Medici Wine Glasses; Herend Queen Victoria Dinner Plates; Anna Weatherley Harvest Gold Chargers; and Sasha Nicholas 24K Gold Salad Plate. The linen napkin is by SFERRA. The flatware is Reed & Barton Grande Renaissance and the stemware is William Yeoward Fern. Dixie's Creative Director Holly Hollon penned the gold calligraphy on each of the place cards.

This menu is also part of Laura Nell's tastemaker collection and can be shopped here.

Laura Nell carries the yellow and teal color scheme through into all of her wrapped presents each year. She will order one type of wrapping paper and then will buy her ribbon in a variety of widths, textures and shades.

We love how Laura Nell has incorporated her monogrammed crest gift tags not only on her wrapped presents, but also on her party guest favors shown above and below.

Known for never leaving a detail unturned, Laura Nell has even carefully color-coordinated her own as well as her girls' beautiful outfits to match her holiday color palette! 

Stay tuned for our Tastemaker Q&A with Laura Nell coming next on the blog! 

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