Holidays are in full swing and if you’re like me, you’re on the hunt to get alllll the holiday themed photos for the ‘gram. Here are our top favourites:
Hard to beat that carousel for nostalgic, colourful pics of the kids! And now there’s an walk-in Christmas tree string out with lights that pretty much screams photo op!
Lake Lafarge is the Lower Mainland’s largest free outdoor Festive light display all around Coquitlam’s Lafarge Lake. The lights are just mesmerizing and perfect for any post. They are just a few steps from the skytrain station.Lights remain on until January 21.
This indoor market in Langley is dripping in lights, from curtains of dangling rods to sleighs and sculptures made from lights! Snap-happy people are loving this glittery photo op.
Stroll around the cute little village with a hot cocoa and snap away! Enjoy gorgeous Vancouver greenery and urban all in one stop. Their one-of-a-kind balloon display is definitely Instagram worthy. The Littles will love being able to walk into the life size cottage made entirely out of biodegradable balloons. On display until Dec 10.
Wesbrook Village, Vancouver
Glitter and Glam tree is up and ready for your selfies! Don’t forget to snap a few photos at their Food Hall. And be sure to check out some of their shops and outlet stores!
They have light installations, holiday sing-along, heritage baking, crafts, visit with Father Christmas and of course their indoor carousel rides.
Alouette Christmas Tree Farm
Nothing screams holidays like Christmas trees! Alouette Tree Farm is spans several acres with a variety of tree specialties. There are also farm animals and hot chocolate.
65ft tree and those gigantic sized ornaments scattered throughout are bound to make a perfect holiday photo. Oh and Santa in his RED chair. #spreadthered
High Street, Abbotsford
Banner image credit: Burnaby Village Heritage Museum
The blogger behind Nourish Through Movement, Reg Von Lok writes about DIY and style, nourishment through movement and integrates it all with motherhood, family and life's curveballs. She lives live in the Metro Vancouver area with my husband and two girls.