Adding a wreath to your front door is a simple and classic way to decorate for the holidays! I like to add something a little more to make it extra festive. This year I chose brass bells! Here are 12 easy ways to dress up a holiday wreath this Christmas!
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Buy a prelit wreath or add twinkle lights to your own. This is such a simple way to add some festive sparkle to your holiday wreath!
Photo: Citrine Living
Ribbon is a classic addition to any holiday wreath! Hang your wreath with silk or velvet ribbon or tie a pretty bow on to the wreath hanger! A long draped bow in the centre also looks gorgeous!
Photo: Jillian Harris
Fresh or faux berries look beautiful framed against the green backdrop of a wreath or garland. These holly berries are faux and will last all season!
Bells add a classic Christmas feel to your holiday home and are my favourite decor element at Christmas! Bonus…they make a cheery jingling sound as guests enter!
Photo: McGee & Co
Adding dried fruit or cinnamon sticks to your holiday wreath looks festive and smells divine!
Photo: Petersham Nurseries
Layer in extra greens like rosemary, eucalyptus, persimmon, thistle or magnolia to add interest to a plain wreath! Layer onto a grapevine wreath like the one below, or add into an evergreen wreath for extra interest!
Photo: Midwest Living
Buy premade or add your own metal lettering to your plain wreath!
My girls love collecting pinecones to use around the house at Christmas time! Add just a few to the bottom of a fresh wreath for a rustic and minimal feel!
Photo: West Coast Gardens
Attach your favourite scarf to your wreath! It’s an easy way to add holiday cheer without spending a dime! I love the soft plaid added to the magnolia wreaths on this stunning front porch!
Photo: Craftberry Bush
The holidays are all about nostalgia…spending time with loved ones reminiscing about old memories and creating new ones! Hang vintage items like an old pair of skates in the centre of your wreath as a nod to Christmas past!
Photo: Boxwood Avenue
I love fresh flowers year-round, but especially in the winter. They add a splash of life and colour in the cold winter months! Why not add florals to your holiday wreath as well!
Photo: Lauren Conrad
Adding Christmas ornaments to your holiday wreath is an easy way to make your plain or fresh wreath fit with your decor! You can change it up each season for a new look!
Photo: House Beautiful
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