The holidays are just the time to find comfort and joy in the beautiful memories of those before us, be it classic songs or your grandmother’s cherished cookie recipes. For this year, it was the photos of divinely dressed women posed by their tinsel trees of bygone decades that gave us the idea for our… Read More Festive Favorite Looks from Our #VintageTreeChallenge
With a holiday season like the present, we couldn’t agree more that there is truly no place like home! Whether you find yourself close with family or loved ones or afar but in spirit together, crafts can capture that cherished homespun comfort that’s the best gift of all this December, namely one with a good… Read More Have Yourself Merry Little (Mess-Free) Mason Jar Snow Globes!
By Marjorie Magazine, Images Via The 1940’s Ball For everything that’s unraveled during 2020, wanting to be close to our loved ones feels and celebrating the things that bring us joy together, especially during the holidays, couldn’t feel more bittersweet. But the fun isn’t all lost, as making spirits bright this December hasn’t disappeared– it’s… Read More In a Year Like This, We’re Dreaming of the 1940’s Virtual White Christmas Ball!
Story and Photos by Jodi Truglio You know the Christmas Season is in full swing when the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev. transitions its conservatory from fall to its winter theme. The hotel’s Christmas display is a true delight to the eye, which combines elements of an elegant vintage Christmas with a modern day… Read More Christmas at the Bellagio Conservatory
By Marjorie Magazine Atop the table settings of most families in America during Christmastime, you might find a familiar dinnerware only seen during the festive season. Fir green trimmed china stamped with a beautifully decorated illustration of a Christmas tree adorned in colorful decor with Saint Nick at the top– that’s the Spode signature china… Read More Spode’s Christmas China: The Story of an American Holiday Household Tradition
We at Marjorie Magazine have always known the best gifts to give are classics! But now can you freshen up your wish list with a few exclusive new picks from our editorial staff for a holiday season to that’ll remain a wonderful memory in the minds of your loved ones. See the items below for… Read More Giving Vintage: Our 2019 Guide
By Sabrina Cardoso, Style Editor Photos by Sabrina Cardoso & Paris Kim It always amazes me that every year, when I start talking about my holiday plans and mention attending The Great Dickens Christmas Fair, I get a few people who have never heard of Dickens! The Great Dickens Christmas Faire has been a bay… Read More The Dickens Fair: A Bay Area Holiday Tradition
Photos Courtesy of Lindsay Dianne & Jonas Karlsson Lindsay Dianne was only in college when she found herself abroad in England, during which she met a girl in Finland who would change her life for the better. That girl happened to have gone to school with Jonas Karlsson, but neither Jonas nor Lindsay ever thought… Read More The Way Charming Should Be
Photo by Taylor Kiser Our favorite mention of pecans comes with the beginning of Christmastime, the first lines of Truman Capote’s classic short story A Christmas Memory, “Oh my, it’s fruitcake weather!” And although we may not be baking up batches of fruitcake in our kitchens this season, we’ve found a wonderful excuse to enjoy… Read More Waking Up to Pecan Waffles
Sometimes the greatest gift you can give is time well spent with each other. In the midst of winter, a simple date over hot tea served in beautifully crafted china can make you feel that special touch of love and joy. and of course, warmth. But even if you’ll have to take a raincheck on… Read More Sip on the Sweet Scents of These DIY Antique Teacup Candles