There's no better way to invite and welcome visitors and guests to your home over the festive season than placing a beautiful wreath on your front door. With a wide variety to choose from, you'll be able to find a wreath to perfectly match your other outdoor lights. Or you could use a wreath as part of your table centrepiece, they look great teamed with candles.Read More
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60cm Outdoor Green Battery Pre...
60cm Outdoor Green Battery Pre Lit Wreath with Gol...
60cm Outdoor Green Battery Pre Lit Wreath with Gold Poinsettias60cm
- 60cm diameter
- pre-lit with 24 warm white LEDs
50cm Green Indoor Canadian Pin...
50cm Green Indoor Canadian Pine Wreath
50cm Green Indoor Canadian Pine Wreath50cm
- Canadian Pine Style.
30cm Indoor Poinsettia Christm...
30cm Indoor Poinsettia Christmas Wreath
30cm Indoor Poinsettia Christmas Wreath30cm
- Traditional seasonal décor.
- Festive pine cone & berry detail.
1.2m Large Wreath 100 Warm Whi...
1.2m Large Wreath 100 Warm White LEDS
1.2m Large Wreath 100 Warm White LEDS1.2m
1.2m Large Outdoor Wreath, Con...
1.2m Large Outdoor Wreath, Connectable, 80 Warm Wh...
1.2m Large Outdoor Wreath, Connectable, 80 Warm White LEDs1.2m
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60cm Fibre Optic Wreath, 96 LE...
60cm Fibre Optic Wreath, 96 LEDs
60cm Fibre Optic Wreath, 96 LEDsOne size
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- 60cm wreath.
- Funky colours available.
- 60cm diameter.
- Realistic PE finish.
- Classic Poinsettia wreath.
- In classic Christmas red and green.
The story of how the wreath became such a significant element of Christmas decor is steeped in, mainly religious, history. Originally, it is thought they were used by the Romans to signify victory, although the most common reason for their existence is that the wreath, using evergreen foliage in a circular shape to represent eternal life, was used to symbolise the arrival of the 'Light of the World', or Jesus Christ. The tradition of placing a wreath on the door is very much still part of our Yuletide decorative practices, and the designs, largely, remain based on the original foliage, although mostly artificial for ease of use and practicality. Along with placing wreaths on doors, many people choose to use them to decorate their table centrepieces, usually teamed with candles.