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Posted by Currans Flowers on November 26, 2016 | Last Updated: November 6, 2020 Christmas

Beautiful Handcrafted Custom Wreaths

There are several pieces of holiday decor that are closely associated with Christmas. The Christmas tree, the poinsettia, and the wreath are all considered iconic traditions, and the season just wouldn’t be the same without them. At Curran’s Flowers, we love everything about this time of year – especially creating custom wreaths for our friends and clients in Danvers, and throughout the North Shore area. What can we design for you this Christmas?

The wreath has a rich tradition dating back to ancient times. Pagan cultures used the wreath to celebrate the winter solstice, as they believed that the evergreen absorbed the limited sunlight during the winter in order to bring about the spring thaw.

Once Christianity was established, the wreath took on new significance, representing eternity and eternal life in its circular shape. Today, wreaths are used by everyone to decorate for our favorite time of year.

custom wreaths
custom wreaths
custom wreaths

These wreaths designed by our professional team are made of evergreens from the West Coast of the United States. They include noble fir, incense cedar, juniper, pine, boxwood, and oregonia – and the aromatic fragrance will bring back all your best memories of Christmas past!

Designs include fruit, cannela berries, dogwood branches, ilex berries, pine cones, and varied greenery. You simply won’t find more beautiful wreaths anywhere.

custom wreaths
custom wreaths
custom wreaths

We ship these Christmas wreaths nationwide, so your family and friends can enjoy a gorgeous Curran’s Flowers creation no matter where they live. These fresh wreaths will add charm and ambiance to any home, and they will last all season long.

For your front door or fireplace, a stunning Christmas wreath from Curran’s Flowers is a perfect choice. In fact, for all of your holiday decorating needs, from florals to gifts, we are your one-stop source in Danvers.