Country’s hottest stars celebrate Christmas with sweaters, jammies, Santa and families Instagram/@laur_akins

It seems like fewer and fewer people are sending actual physical Christmas cards these days, and it’s kind of OK because, thanks to social media, we’re able to get holiday greetings from some pretty cool people, including of our favorite country stars.

And those amazing artists were way into seasonal attire to pose for these photos this year. Yes, real men wear ugly Christmas sweaters and matching family pajamas. Whether they have large families, like Luke Bryan and Brett Eldredge, or little families like Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard or The Cadillac Three’s Jaren Johnston, or even couples like Kelsea Ballerini and Morgan Evans or RaeLynn and Josh Davis, it isn’t the size of the tribe, it’s the jingle in their jammies!

Here are some of our favorite holiday greetings from country stars …

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Heck, some families even got the fur babies involved, like Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins, and Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich …

And while Daddy was missing from this photo, we’d hope that DeeJay Silver was sporting a “Star Wars” onesie just like his precious son, Wake, and his beautiful bride, Jenna.

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Of course, matching outfits weren’t a prerequisite for preciousness this Christmas season, but a big smile and a happy family sure put a song in our hearts, especially when those families include a sweet bunch of littles, a single wee tiny one or a lovable four-legged wonder.

And speaking of littles, candy canes aren’t as sweet as these little gifts of goodness.

And hey, how about those country music siblings? They’re family, too!

The Rare Country staff sends out Merry Christmas wishes and happiest of holidays to all of our friends online. Here’s hoping that your year brings you your heart’s desire.

Have a holly, Dolly Christmas!

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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