WreathsIn Winter on December 17, 2010 at 7:00 am | Written by Gina Iliopoulos
A wreath is collection of branches, fruit and various materials that are constructed to resemble a ring. They are used typically as Christmas decorations – hanging on the front door or in windows as a sign of welcome. They are usually made from evergreens and symbolize strength, as evergreens last even through the harshest winters. The circular shape of the wreath is seen as the universal symbol of eternity.
We are experimenting with different materials, shapes and colors of our wreaths at Mariani Landscape’s Holiday Boutique. We love faux fruit and pine cones with a red velvet bow. Try placing the bow at the bottom of the wreath or try no bow at all. We have found that cut boxwood wreaths work well indoors and will last through the winter months. A wreath makes a great table centerpiece with a pillar candle in the center. Any way you choose to use your wreath…it will be a colorful addition to your seasonal decor.Click here to visit the Mariani Landscape website. Comment »
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