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Holiday Decorating with Lush

Upgrade your gathering

Deck the halls with a haul from Lush this year.

Skip the plastic party favors and seashell soaps. Instead, why not give your guests a spread that includes reusable, bubbly products and waste-free wraps that’ll make the season shine extra bright? From unique place setting ideas to finishing table touches, you can find the perfect glimmering gift in our selection of limited edition goodies and year-round favorites.

Table planners

Plastic garlands of holly? Forget it—take it to the next level with the green glittering perfection of the citrus-scented Holly Golightly Amazeball. This fizzing bubbler looks beautiful as a centerpiece. Later, guests can put it to even better use as they soak away feelings of over-indulgence. Or give your decorations a bit of a twist with the lemon-scented Candy Cane Reusable Bubble Bar. Put it anywhere you would the usual mint-flavored treat, and then let guests enjoy bath after bath of frothy foam.

When it comes to place settings, don’t settle for plain table linens. Add a touch of individuality with different knot-wraps for each guest. It's Christmas Deer, Gnomes and Lush World all give a classic holiday touch, while Penguins, Sweets and Snow Fairy are perfect additions to the kids’ table.

Guest stars

Buffing up your bathroom before your guests arrive? Sweet soaps from Lush are the perfect way to pamper your friends and family with skin-softening suds—and they instantly class up counter décor. Beautiful bubblers include the dreamy clean of Sleepy, the sensuous suds of Goddess, the cooling eucalyptus mint of Outback Mate and the sweet satisfaction of Honey I Washed The Kids.

If friends and family are coming in from out of town, you might want to stock up on some emergency supplies for any overnight guests just in case things get lost in transit. Add a handy shampoo bar by like Seanik or some breath-fresheners like Crème de Menthe Mouthwash Tabs and Miles of Smiles Toothy Tabs. These solid creations are also perfect for the return journey—if you want to let your guests leave with them.