Family Traditions You Can Start this Holiday Season
December 16, 2016
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The holidays are always packed with parties and outings but sometimes the best memories are made right at home. Get inspired to add a few family traditions to your itinerary this Holiday season. From perfecting your sugar cookie game to indulging in a day of holiday movies, let Sassy Soirees' adorable family inspire you to add some special treats to your festivities with photos by Daniel Kim.
I absolutely loved the idea of capturing my family during the holidays in our home. Often times I sit back and try to remember what my tree looked like growing up or I would give anything to have non-posed pictures of my siblings and I decorating Christmas cookies.
Daniel and I were working a wedding together when I told him this, and he LOVED the idea of doing a Christmas lifestyle shoot. What better way to capture your family's decor and traditions. I hope my kids will treasure these pictures forever because I know I will!
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Fun Traditions to Add to Your Holiday Festivities

1. Have a Christmas Cookie Baking Session

Sugar cookies, gingerbread men... we're talking the whole shebang. And if you are on the hunt for a few good recipes, this round-up of holiday cookies is a must read.

2. Gift matching PJs for the whole fam.

It doesn't get much cuter than the whole clan in matching pajamas. Find a whole slew of Family Holiday PJs right here.

3. Host a Holiday Movie Marathon

From the Holiday to Elf and Christmas Vacation, gather your favorites and prepare for a festive movie day in.

4. Create a Gourmet Hot Cocoa Bar

Kick your standard hot cocoa up a few gourmet notches with fun additions and toppings. Find our favorite Hot Cocoa combos here!

5. Add a little Holiday Cheer to Your Go-to Cocktail

From decorating your bar cart with holiday cheer to whipping up a seasonal sip, nothing says Merry, Merry quite like a signature cocktail. We've rounded up a whole bevy of ideas if you're on the hunt. Peruse our Holiday Cocktails here.
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