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Christmas wreaths

Our hand-crafted, fresh and aromatic Christmas wreaths are made daily by Julie & Judy who have been creating them for over 20 years with precision that will fulfill a graceful elegant presentation on any door, backdrop or atop a mantel.

Hand made Fraser Fir Christmas wreaths X-small, small, Medium Large or X-Large.

We also carry specialty wreaths in many styles including Hearts, Squares, Christmas trees, Candy Canes, Arches, Swags, Mantel pieces, Advent wreaths and table arrangements.


Advent Wreath…..

The Advent wreath is a circular garland of evergreen branches representing eternity On the wreath, five candles are typically arranged. During the season one candle on the wreath is lit each Sunday as a part of the Advent services. Each candle represents an aspect of the spiritual preparation for the coming of the Lord, Jesus Christ

Advent Wreath Candles

Set on the branches of the wreath is four candles: three purple candles and one pink candle. In the center of the wreath some insert a white candle. As a whole, these candles represent the coming of the baby Jesus, into the world.

On the first Sunday of Advent, the 1st purple candle is lit. This candle is typically called the "Prophecy Candle" in remembrance of the prophets, primarily Isaiah and this candle represents HOPE!

Each week on Sunday, an additional candle is lit. The 2nd purple candle represents some traditions called the Bethlehem Candle. Symbolizing Christ’s Manger, which represents LOVE!

The third Sunday of Advent is the pink, or rose-colored candle is lit. This pink candle is customarily called the "Shepherds Candle" and it represents JOY!

The fourth and last purple candle, oftentimes called the "Angels Candle," represents peace and is lit on the fourth Sunday of Advent.
Some on Christmas Eve, light a white center candle. This candle is called the "Christ Candle" and represents the life of Christ that has come into the world. The color white represents purity. Christ is the sinless, spotless, pure Savior. Also, those who Celebrating with an Advent wreath during the weeks prior to Christmas is a great way for Christian families to keep Christ at the center of Christmas and for parents to teach children the true meaning of Christmas.
Advent tradition that can be very meaningful and fun for children is to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.