‘Tis the season to be extravagant.
With Christmas right around the corner, members of the the Kardashian/Jenner klan are showing off their over-the-top holiday decorations. A tradition that returns year after year is the grandiose gingerbread houses gifted by family matriarch and Keeping Up With The Kardashians producer Kris Jenner.
This week, Khloé Kardashian took to Instagram to show off her spectacular customized cookie mansion from Solvang Bakery in Southern California that start retail at a whopping $1,200. The front of the house boasted the names of her family members including her partner, Tristan Thompson, and their daughter, True.
“I love you mommy,” she said thanking her mother for the home on Instagram. “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.”
Kourtney Kardashian also showed off her delicious and decadent house, which was adorned with the names of her three children: Mason, Penelope and Reign.
According to the Solvang Bakery, their famed Christmas Gingerbread Houses are all made by hand and the homes are fully assembled and decorated on arrival, wrapped in cello-wrap and tied with festive ribbon. Inside, the homes are decorated with furniture and a fireplace and and even come with working lights. Each holiday house is topped with white frosting as snow and can be personalized with up to six names.
Passing the tradition along, Khloé gifted her friend and fellow reality star Kim Zolciak with a similar stylish gingerbread house.
“Thank you @khloekardashian We ❤️ you! You made my kiddos and us adults very happy today,” the Don’t Be Tardy star wrote on social media. “I told Kaia not to touch the ginger bread house BUT she stole the chocolate packages 3 of them and hid while she ate them) can’t blame her.”
The Kardashian-Jenner krew recently announced they won’t be hosting their annual Christmas Eve party this year amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“The Covid cases are getting out of control in CA. So we decided that we’re not doing a Christmas Eve party this year,” Khloé explained via Twitter. “It’s the first time we will not be having a Christmas Eve party since 1978 I believe.
“Health and safety first though!” the 36-year-old added. “Taking this pandemic seriously is a must.”