Years ago, mistletoe was always a key holiday decoration in our home. Admittedly, it was a gaudy plastic fake, but we enjoyed the kissing ritual that came with it nonetheless.
Over the years, the plastic stand-in slipped away and we somehow never missed it. But we're now keen on ressurrecting the tradition, this time with the real deal. We've only started looking into how to get real mistletoe, and we've heard you can find it yourself growing in the woods in the tops of hardwood trees.
Mistletoe in a few different forms, as pictured up top:
• 1 a sprig hanging in a doorway, via Sim Chie Inspires
• 2 mistletoe string lights from FADparis (France)
• 3 gold- or silver-dipped mistletoe ornaments from Uncommon Goods