Noble Fir Wreath (Undecorated)
Our noble fir wreath is freshly made with carefully selected premium Noble Fir tips. They are thick and full and are suitable for hanging indoors or outdoors. The 24″ is most suitable for the average size door. Aside from the traditional Fraser Fir Wreath, the Noble Fir Wreath may be the most recognized symbol of the holidays. This traditional medium for crafting Fresh Christmas Wreaths fills the home with the forest-fresh scent of the beloved Fraser Fir.
Noble fir wreath is prized for their display of natural color, fresh scent and needle retention. They are handcrafted by our wreath makers in the Pacific Nortwest each season. We sell and ship our Noble Fir Wreath around the country.
Wreaths are a versatile décor item. They are used in offices, hospital waiting rooms, schools, and homes. They adorn both outdoor windows and front doors, as well as interior locations throughout your home or office. Small wreaths can be placed on office doors, on door handles and other locations. Larger wreaths are better used as a center piece either on the wall above the mantel, or centered in large windows of your home.
To create a different pop of green color, you can even add twigs and small leaves or berries from other trees and evergreens throughout your wreaths. Children love the opportunity to collect items from nature and attach them to create their own festive wreaths.
The Christmas wreath is a tradition that has been around for a long time and was initially created from fresh evergreens. Since evergreens are green year-round, they were the obvious choice during the winter months. The word ‘wreath’ is derived from an English word meaning to twist, such as in a circle. Some believe that initially wreaths were hung on doors in Ancient Rome to represent victory.
In Christianity, the Christmas wreath was used to symbolize Christ. The circular shape, with no beginning or end, represents eternity or life never ending. The wreaths were typically decorated with four candles, three on the exterior and one in the middle. The middle candle was lit on Christmas Eve to symbolize the arrival of the Light of the World – Jesus Christ. A tradition began in the early 19th century to lay evergreens shaped into wreaths or crosses on graves to honor the dead. Family members would bring them home to use as part of their Christmas decorations during the holiday season.
At Christmas time, it only makes sense to combine two of the most symbolic icons together, giving wreaths as gifts. Who wouldn’t love to display the beautiful colors of the holiday season upon their door during this festive time? Christmas wreaths come in many styles and designs. There are traditional wreaths with velvet red bows adorning noble fir branches speckled with berries to the more regal choice such as gold satin bows atop pine boughs embellished with juniper berries.
So why doesn’t everyone have a Christmas wreath hanging on the door as part of their Christmas decorations? Many people simply don’t realize how much a Christmas wreath can illuminate an entranceway and provide festivity and cheer to visitors both old and new. As well, it can be hard to find the time to do the extra things that make the holiday season so special. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to share such a rich holiday tradition with your friends and relatives when selecting their Christmas gifts this year? And while you’re deciding which Christmas wreath to send their way, shorten your holiday to-do list by purchasing one for your door too.