The Wreaths of Willaimsburg Posted bythirdeyemom December 25, 2012April 9, 2018 — 7 Comments Colonial Williamsburg is renown for its beautiful, traditional Christmas decorations and is a perfect place to take a stroll back in time to admire the wonderful wreaths of the past. Here are some of my favorites. I would love it if you shared!EmailFacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditPocketLike this:Like Loading...
So much effort and ingenuity has gone into these! Can’t be much greenery left on the trees, Nicole. Everybody fit and well again?
These are gorgeous…people are so creative.
Wow! These wreaths shouts , “Merry Christmas!” The colors, the texture, the designs, all unique and festive. Amazing!
I worked at The College of William and Mary for years and every Christmas I would walk down to old town at lunch, get a cup of hot cocoa and walk the streets looking at the decorations which I found so beautiful and loving the old Santas and the horses and everything about it…..it made me a bit home sick but I enjoyed these so very much!!! Thanks for sharing
Love these kinds of details. Hope your family had a Christmas of GOOD HEALTH and fun! ~ Kat
Thanks Kat! It has been better now. My little one had the stomach bug so bad she had to go to the ER the day before we flew to VA for fluids. But she has recovered. Now we all have colds but at least we are seeing family! 🙂
Boo! Hopefully this means 2013 will be bug-free. Glad you are enjoying your visit with family – Cheers!