Holiday Inspiration from The Biltmore

  1. Carolina Girl says:

    Welcome to North Carolina! Love your Asheville tour … and hope you enjoyed some of the great spots to eat in the city. Great outfit ideas, too, Kelly.

  2. Sandra Grogan says:

    Thank you for sharing the beautiful Biltmore with your readers! My granddaughter sang there with her high school choir one Christmas. It is an experience to visit the Biltmore, especially during the Christmas season.

  3. Kris says:

    Hey Kelly! Trading Places is also our favorite Christmas movie. It is our Christmas Eve tradition (me and my husband) to watch this movie with a Christmas treat. Before the chaos descends the next day. 😉
    Totally agree about the social relevance of this movie both then and now.
    Beautiful pictures of the Biltmore! Thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Kris, it is so cool that your holiday traditions include watching Trading Places! Love it!!!! Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing, it’s good to know I am not the only person who watches this as a Christmas movie! xo Kelly

  4. Pat says:

    I am so glad you got to experience the Biltmore at Christmas time. Looks like you did the candlelight tour. My husband and I did that tour a number of years ago and it was truly magical. I highly recommend this tour to anyone especially if you live within driving distance!

    • Hi Pat! You know, our tour was at 4PM, but it was such a rainy, gloomy day it looks a lot later than it was. A candlelight tour sounds amazing though and I did see a lot of people queueing up for it as we were leaving. Thank you so much for stopping by! xo Kelly

  5. RORY says:

    Wonderful post. Love that pink, orange, and yellow tree. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Linda Aulgur says:

    Biltmore has always been on my bucket list, your post was like a little Xmas gift! Thanks !

  7. Emily says:

    I would love to see petite sweater recommendations that don’t contain wool, I am unable to wear it. I love the styles you post.

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