More about Christmas Wreaths: The symbol of hope
The Christmas wreath is a symbol of hope and hospitality and is therefore strongly linked to Christmas. With such a wreath on your front door, your guests feel extra welcome during the winter months. The Christmas wreaths on this page assortment are equipped with Christmas lamps, so that they also give atmospheric light. Do you already know a nice place for the Christmas wreath?
The history of Christmas wreaths
As is the case with more Christmas rituals and decorations, the background of the Christmas wreath is both pagan and Christian. Germanic peoples laid round forms of leaves on the ground in winter and added fire to it. They expressed their hopes for the quick arrival of spring and the new light that goes with it. During the Advent period, many Christians commemorate the birth of Jesus with a Christmas wreath and celebrate their hope in his return. Such an' Advent wreath' is decorated with candles. In the run-up to Christmas, more and more of these candles are being lit.
The Christmas wreath as a symbol of eternity and hospitality
A Christmas wreath is not only a symbol of hope. Thanks to its round shape, a Christmas wreath has no beginning and no end. This symbolises the crown of eternity. In addition, the candles on the Advent wreath refer to the Eternal Light. Furthermore, the Christmas wreath exudes the hospitality associated with Christmas. After all, he is often hung on the front door to welcome visitors. The Christmas wreaths from our assortment are available in different shapes, colours and formats. Most of the wreaths can be hung both indoors and outdoors, which one best suits your home?