Wreaths are a great way to add fast and easy Valentine’s Day decorations in your home. You can place a Valentine wreath on your front door to share your love for the holiday with the world. Or, perhaps it would be placed there just to greet your sweetheart! Either way, wreaths make lovely door decor for any holiday.
However, wreaths shouldn’t be limited to front door decor. They could be used throughout your home. They are lovely over a mantle, on a bedroom wall or even add beauty to a bathroom wall. If you want to give a gift that is unique, consider giving a Valentine’s Day wreath instead of flowers that will die too soon. Wreaths add warmth, beauty and a unique touch of style to the kitchen too.
Think outside of the box. Or in this case, think outside of the vase.
Valentine’s Day Wreath for Any Room of the House
There are several wreaths available online that would be beautiful in any room of the house. They would certainly be a very special Valentine that would be used for years. Each time the recipient sees the lovely floral wreath, they will think of you.
The heart-shaped blueberry vine wreath speaks of love immediately. Decorated with beautiful flowers, it reflects your knowledge of her floral preferences. The wreath in the photo is decorated with pink roses accented by pussy willows and finished with a large decorative bow. However, Ellen Worthington of CerridwensGardens on Etsy is willing to try to accommodate your choices. Your sweetheart may prefer red or white roses instead of pink. Simply contact Ellen in advance and ask her if she can arrange the gorgeous heart-shaped wreath with the color and flower of your choice.
More Valentine’s Day Wreaths
There are a variety of wreaths created by the fabulous designers on Etsy. With such a large assortment available, you are able to decide which style best suits your taste and home. They are all quite beautiful. The wreaths featured below would be lovely inside or out. You might even move their location. Hang the wreath on the front door for Valentine’s Day itself, and then move to an inside wall for the rest of the year.