Merry Christmas from the Women of Flower Mound!

Over 150 women got their jingle on at the 5th annual WOFM Home for the Holidays tour of homes. We toured four homes, ranging from the fun to the elegant, contemporary to formal, and one was better than the next!

Heartfelt thanks to all who planned, participated, helped, donated gift baskets (over 30 gift baskets donated – you’re awesome!), and most importantly, opened their home to us. All proceeds went to the WOFM Scholarship Fund.

Let the festivities begin! The tables are set, the mimosa’s are flowing and the bidding is open!

Let the tour begin! This lovely home belongs to Stacy Noel Rudolph … yes, that’s her real name, and Christmas is really her thing – and her home shows it! WOFM Hostesses at the Rudolph home were Carol Humphries and Lori Williams.


Mike and Sunny Jacquet hosted the most unique home on the tour, a 3,640 sq ft contemporary house in the heart of Flower Mound. Mike designed the home and worked with an architect to build it – it took 3 years, a labor of love, and is exactly the home they dreamed of. Every detail in this home was meticulously chosen and placed. Sunny Jacquet is a locally recognized artist whose work often uses pears to represent the female form or human condition. Creativity runs in the family, as Sunny’s mother is the creator of the unique and beautiful origami pictured. Hostesses at the Jacquet home were Karen Blevins and Marla Murphy.


This magnificent home in the Reserves of Bridlewood was decorated lovingly by owner Dr. Angela Straface, with help from her family. The word “believe” is prominently displayed on the outdoor of the house, and was a perfect introduction to a home that left no doubt that this family BELIEVES in Christmas!! Hostesses at the Straface home were Patty Miller and Eileen Shearer.

Elegantly decorated, the Hale Home makes its second appearance on the Home for the Holidays Tour of Homes. Owner Trish Hale updated her decorations to change the look from Old World to Transitional, and the result is spectacular! Her Santa tree is made up of Santa ornaments collected over the years – pictures don’t do it justice – it is stunning! Trish has lived in Bridlewood since it’s inception over 15 years ago, and this is her second home in the subdivision. Hostesses for this home were Karen Keener and Debbie Pace.

Back to Bridlewood Golf Club we came, ready for lunch, more silent auction bidding, and our surprise visitors!

Santa and Mrs. Claus were so much fun! His naughty or nice meter told many of us we have a little work to do! You can view additional pictures from their visit on their Facebook Page “Santa Claus Visits You.”

Photography by Jane Recchia & DeVonn Smeyne

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