My phone’s weather app told me the rains were coming, so yesterday I took one final day trip and I drove out to Napa to visit Oxbow Public Market and pick up a few holiday gifts. It was the last official day of sunshine, and I enjoyed a glass of rose as the sun set, it was a lovely end to autumn.
Sometimes I make a holiday wreath for my front door, but this year I’ll probably just embellish a flocked evergreen wreath like this one from a few years ago. I’m keeping the decor as simple as possible this year. If you’re like me, you know sometimes it’s just easier to buy a pretty artificial wreath and use it again in future years. Following up on my last post about garlands and twinkle light strands, I’m continuing the theme. Here are 20 unique holiday wreaths to consider for a festive display at home.
pine cone wreath / prelit frozen woodland
prelit birch / snowy warm led lights
farmhouse pine cone / square bay wreath
gold jingle bells / reindeer moss
boxwood and berry / village wreath
maidenhair gold fern / preserved eucalyptus
gilded glamour / ombre linseed
snow flocked / joy hoop (also in extra large)
winter birch / pinecone & antler
If you’re looking for the winter berry wreath featured on on Instagram and in the opening image, find it at Darby Creek Trading: https://darbycreektrading.com/products/white-berry-frosted-snow-pine-front-door-christmas-holiday-wreath?
These are lovely!
So pretty! I love the one with the little village.
We have a tradition here, where we go to a nursery and use their freshly cut greens and they help us make a fresh wreath. Lasts way longer than ones you buy readymade and much prettier! Have you seen the metal ones on Terrain? Amazing!
Buy plain grapevine wreath (e.g., Hobby Lobby), spray sparingly with white spray paint to give it the aged look. Then decorate each season with inexpensive dried flowers, sparkling lights, plastic vines, eucalyptus, etc. Save when changing for next season, and re-use over and over. Cheap and fun way to vary wreath on door or in house every season.