Wreaths of All Sizes and Styles
These days artificial Christmas wreaths are more common than ones made from natural pine boughs--but you'll also find that many aren't even made from branches at all, real or fake. Pompons, pinecones, moss, and fruit are just some of the materials being used to craft Christmas wreaths for decking the halls. One creative wreath highlighted on Better Homes and Gardens' website1 is made from over 50 tiny Christmas-wrapped packages and adorned with a festive ribbon and gift tag announcing "Just For You." Creative though these wreaths are, there's something to be said for the taste and tradition of a customary evergreen wreath.
Choosing artificial Christmas wreaths over natural when you decide to go traditional has definite advantages, especially when you find ones of quality construction. An artificial wreath will not dry out and start shedding needles, nor will the color fade as time goes by. Rather than being good for just one season, artificial wreaths are fresh and beautiful year after year. Plus, just like wreaths made from real greenery, you can change out the decorations on a fake Christmas wreath, add extra ornaments, or simply put a new bow of a different color on it each year.
To Light or Not to Light Artificial Christmas Wreaths
Some people like the idea of lighting their Christmas wreath and, when you come to TreeTime.com for an artificial Christmas garland or wreath, you'll have your choice between decor with or without lights. The pre-lit option is as convenient as it is beautiful, because the tiny commercial-grade lights are already wrapped throughout for a professional look with no dangling lights or trailing cord. Additionally, just as with the superior artificial trees they carry, you'll have a choice of different types of greenery. Whether you want a Scottsdale spruce wreath to match your tree or decide to go with Jackson pine or cedar, you'll find the perfect wreath at TreeTime.com.