Yay! Only 10 days until Christmas! If you missed yesterday’s post which was a super yummy recipe, catch up after you read this post! Also, don’t forget to check out my mom’s blog because she is celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas with me! Day 3 is all about Christmas markets, as Nicolas and I have already visited 3. I love love love the Christmas markets in Copenhagen. Here’s why. 🙂
1. The Yummy Food and Hot Beverages
There is nothing better than walking through a Christmas market on a chilly December night with a cup of hot cocoa or gløgg (Danish mulled wine.) Nicolas and I always love to get some cinnamon-roasted almonds, too. Many food stands also offer different types of comfort food such as soups, fish fry, or sausages. If you visit a Christmas market, make sure you are hungry!
2. Christmas Trees EVERYWHERE
I’m serious. There are Christmas trees everywhere you look. Some are beautifully lit up with lights and covered in hand-made ornaments. Others are bare, waiting to be purchased and taken home to be decorated.
3. Homemade Gifts and Traditional Decorations
The Christmas markets are also a great place to do some holiday shopping or to pick up a few festive things to decorate your home with. I always love seeing these little elves, which are very traditional here in Denmark. Nicolas’s mom has some, and she even gifted my mom one this year! Aren’t they the cutest?
Also sharing this meme because …
Can any of you relate?! Tell me I’m not the only one who looks like a literal marshmallow this time of year. Haha (P.S. A Christmas Story is one of my all time favorite movies.) I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! I am looking forward to wrap some presents tonight and watch a Christmas movie!
Today’s Yankee Candle is Home For The Holidays. I was SO excited to receive this candle because it is one my mom always burns at home. It is one of my favorites, smelling of fresh pine, snowberries, cinnamon, and spice. Today’s tea is Uplicious! It’s a blend of matcha, lemongrass, and lemon verbena. I’m looking forward to tasting it because I haven’t tried matcha yet but have been wanting to for a long time!
I love Christmas Markets, I’m so glad I have one in my city! ♥
Just visited your blog! Best of luck with your fresh start 🙂 Thanks for reading!
It looks so beautiful in there! I’m so happy that our closest Christmas market is just right next to our bus stop from the city, so it’s super easy to get some food from there. Market foods are just so good! And oh, I look like a marshmallow too. It’s so cozy that way!
Heidi ✨ | Heidi’s Planner
Hahaha #TeamMarshmallow! I don’t mind it – love feeling cozy!
Lovely pictures! Nothing beats all the sparkly lights and wonderful vibe during the Christmas season.
Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy the holidays!
xx Sheryl | http://www.SeguraAndCo.com
Hi, Sheryl! Thanks so much. I just checked out your blog and love it! Happy Holidays!
This is beautiful Madison! Christmas in Copenhagen looks magical. I love Christmas markets! I’m hoping to visit one in Boston very soon. Like you, I will be the one dressed like a marshmallow! ♥ Happy Friday!
(p.s. I love this series! You and your mom inspired me to join in! I started today! : )
I love Christmas markets, the food, hot drinks and decor make me so happy. Beautiful photos and I love your outfit!! xx
The Christmas market looks so cozy and cute!! You make me want to go back to Copenhagen already. I swear — it’s in the top cities I’ve been to. Those elves are so freakin’ adorable!!
Nicole // http://www.badwithdirections.com
Aren’t the elves the cutest?! I highly recommend visiting Copenhagen at Christmastime! But not after that … because it’s too cold and the magic of Christmas is gone! Haha
This is beautiful!
I miss you so, but am so very happy you are experiencing all this amazing Christmas joy in Nicolas’ home.
And…I knew you would think of home with today’s candle!
I love you! <3
Hi Madison, just came over from your mommas place. You are so your mommas daughter 😊 Copenhagen is SO BEAUTIFUL especially at Christmas time. I love all the photos. And the almonds sound delicious! Looking forward to following along on your 12 days of Christmas!
Hello, and thanks so much for visiting my blog! So glad you enjoyed! <3
Gorgeous!! I am very much enjoying living vicariously through your Danish Christmas! Those Nisse are adorable!!
Thank you, Madeline! I am glad you enjoyed the photos. <3 The elves are my favorite, too!
If i wasn’t in the Christmas spirit before I certainly am now ! I’ve had Copenhagen on my list of places to visit for aggggges ! After seeing how cute it is at Christmas I think i’ll go next year !
Lovely post !
Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year hun xox
Hehe so glad you liked the post! Christmastime is an amazing time to visit Copenhagen! xx
Madison, you are one lucky girl, smiles…our family have been enjoying your posts…smiles
What a perfect date night, enjoyed this so much.