About the wreaths

Banner of wreaths with close up detailing


For my first wreath collection, I have created four designs for you to choose from. You can browse the themes here and I list out the types of ingredients (foliage and decorations) you can expect to see on each wreath's individual page:

Nutcracker is the most traditional of my wreath designs, with a red and green theme and textures aplenty.

Swan Lake is a modern classic full of eucalyptus, decorated with whites and blues. 

Pantomime is bright and fun and has pink colour pops clashing happily with orange slices. 

Gatsby is abundant in textures and has hints of gold, orange and sumptuous browns throughout.

Simply choose your favourite design and select your ribbon colour then add to your shopping bag. There's a notes box there into which you should put the date you'd like to receive your wreath. Please note I need at least three working days from when you place the order. Then leave the rest up to me!

Every wreath I make will be unique but these designs show you the style on offer. Each wreath is made with love and care. They take time to create and I'll never deliver a wreath (or any arrangement for that matter) that I am not proud to put my name to. 

The wreaths are built on a 12inch/30.5cm copper frame and on fresh moss. This means no floral foam is needed and the moss keeps the foliage from drying out too much. Of course, over the course of the wreath's life, some of the foliage will start to dry as it is exposed to the elements. But don't worry, I have selected foliage that looks great as this happens.

The overall size of the wreath once finished is about 20inches/50cm in diameter, and about 8inches/20cm in depth. It comes with a loop of twine from which to hang it. I leave this relatively long so that it would fit over a door knocker for example, but you can tie a double knot in it to the length needed. 

The wreath is backed with plastic so as to protect your door from the moss and to help keep the moisture in. This is the only plastic used in the wreaths. The other additional structural materials are wires used to hold in the foliage and decorations. 

The majority of the foliage and decorations I buy direct from New Covent Garden Flower Market in London, and then I may forage some things from my garden as I see fit. I visit the market regularly so all of my ingredients are fresh and selected by me. 

I create my wreaths at my home in Beckenham, South East London/Kent. Local deliveries will be made by either myself or my partner.

If you have any questions regarding the wreaths, please do get in touch via my contact page. If you don't see a design you like, or you want a smaller or bigger wreath, do get in touch and I would be delighted to help. 

Otherwise, go ahead and browse the designs and pick your favourite! This Christmas is going to be different for everyone, but I hope a beautiful wreath will do a little to help lift spirits.