Technically, I would say yes. But it seems tremendously antiquated.
Your sentence is quite literary and poetic, and aside from this time of the year I never see or hear the word "tidings" (it's a Christmas-y word). Your construction is quite strict and would only be used in formal, polite, poetic or literary writing. I doubt that you would hear the phrase spoken in conversation.
"News, information, intelligence, word, reports, dispatches, notification, communication" are synonyms for "tidings" found in Roget's thesaurus.
Good tidings to you and yours this Holiday Season,
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