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Wow, you guys! Teresa Giudice and her crew seriously raised the bar this year as far as holiday cards go. The Real Housewives of New Jersey family visited an actual poinsettia farm to capture breathtaking photographs for their annual mailing and the results were absolutely gorgeous.

Teresa shared the card on Twitter. It features the whole family posing in color-coordinated outfits among the sea of red poinsettias. Teresa opted for a gold-and-white motif, which looked amazing up against the dark blanket of scarlet.

The front of the card read, "The gift of love. The gift of peace. The gift of happiness. May all these be yours this holiday season. Love, love, love you! Joe, Teresa, Gia, Gabriella, Milania, Audriana Giudice 2013."

The back included another family photo with the caption "Happy New Year" under it, as well as a picture of just the girls, posing in height order from left to right.

Even though the girls all wore the same colors, they each had different outfits reflecting their own styles and personalities. Little Audriana wore a gown that featured a white lacy top and a gold full skirt, Milania rocked a fluffy princess dress, Gabriella kept it sporty with gold hot shorts and a striped white and gold top, and Gia showed off her model looks with a gorgeous white blouse tucked into a short gold mini-skirt. We love how they complement each other without being too matchy-matchy!

Teresa later took to her blog to share a behind-the-scenes look into their photoshoot, writing, "Here's a picture of the poinsettia farm. It was an hour away from our house in Belvidere, NJ. Part of Gro-Rite Nursery. And a video of Milania and Audriana goofing around in their dresses. Thank you so much to our amazing photographer Linda Marie!"

The Giudices are due in court at the end of February. They were charged with 41 counts of financial fraud, which could result in up to 50 years in jail each. Let's hope this isn't their last holiday card for a while.

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Source: Teresa Giudice Blog