Deck the Halls with Pasquesi Home and Gardens

I’m typically a “Decorate for the Holidays AFTER Thanksgiving” type of gal, but after trick-or-treating in the snow, it was SO HARD to hold back from decking the halls. So, after making sure that all my boys were on board for getting into the holiday spirit a wee bit early, I headed to my holiday happy place, Pasquesi Home and Gardens, to find the perfect evergreens and holiday décor to create a hygge filled home. Curious about why Pasquesi’s is my holiday headquarters? Here’s how they have been helping thousands of Chicagoland families deck the halls each and every holiday season:

This post is sponsored by Pasquesi Home and Gardens. All opinions are my own.

A Plethora of Evergreens

There is nothing as classic for Christmas as evergreens. There is something about the scent of a Fraser Fir that puts you in a good mood, no matter how much holiday stress you are under. Pasquesi’s has an ENORMOUS heated greenhouse filled with a plethora of evergreens—from trees to wreaths, garlands, kissing balls, REINDEER topiaries, and SO much more.

Spruce Tip Pots

The creative team at Pasquesi’s Home and Gardens creates hundreds of spruce tip pots throughout the holiday season, each one perfectly balanced whether you choose one with red berries, curly willows, or magnolia leaves.

There are three different sizes to fit all types of budgets, and you can even start with a basic evergreen pot and decorate it yourself with the loose evergreen accents that Pasquesi’s carries if you prefer to DIY your holiday décor.


Whether you are looking for a massive wreath for a picture window or small wreaths for your kitchen cabinets, Pasquesi’s has it.  I especially love that they carry both round and square wreaths, in addition to fruit-filled wreaths for that tricky decorating time between Halloween and Thanksgiving.

While I tend to prefer boxwood wreaths, this year I chose a Noble Fir Mixed Wreath and I am thrilled with the textural details (and the sale price of only $17.99, too!). The wreaths are true show stoppers and hang beautifully on a simple ribbon.


You can’t deck the halls without an evergreen garland. And when you get a beautiful, high-quality one look the garlands that Pasquesi Home and Gardens carries, you won’t be constantly sweeping up pine needles (mom win!).

Last year I chose a typically hard-to-find boxwood garland to match the boxwood wreaths that adorned our windows, but this year I chose a different variation. But one thing always remains the same—my addition of twinkle lights! Battery operated LED light up the hygge factor and makes spaces like our reading nook so much cozier.

Christmas Trees

The piece de resistance of the holidays, Pasquesi Home and Garden is THE place to get your Christmas tree. Why? Because of their great quality trees, ranging from three-foot table-top trees to 14-foot-tall majestic beauties.

The Fraser Fir is the PERECT tree for Christmas because of its dark, blue-green color and its strong branches that can hold any type of ornament you add to it.

Pasquesi’s hangs trees from the greenhouse ceiling so that you can get a complete, 360-degree view of the tree before purchasing. Once you select your tree, a staff member will give it a fresh chop, net it, and secure it to your car all while you stay warm inside, enjoying a cup of complimentary coffee. They even offer home delivery if needed. Talk about service!


Need a pop of color to mix in with all those greens? Then check out the vast poinsettias collection at Pasquesi Home and Gardens. NO matter the color (they even have shades of blue for Hannukah), they have exactly what you need.

Prefer to go the artificial route? Pasquesi’s has that covered, too, in addition to other indoor holiday décor.

Happy Decorating!


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  1. Nicole Herose Escat says

    Great ideas..! The poinsettias look so festives and mini wreaths hanging on the kitchen cabinets are so cute.

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