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12 luxury Christmas wreaths to welcome in the season

Greet guests or cheer up passersby with a festive wreath with real design credentials

the contemporary wreath by maisons de fleur
Maison de Fleurs

Thinking about putting your tree up early this year? You are not alone. We are all craving a little premature cheer after the failed festive season that was Christmas 2020. However, if it feels a little early to get the decorations down from the attic, these luxurious wreaths are a stylish nod to festivities to come. From fresh foliage to sustainable dried options, and even a do-it-yourself kit, there’s something for everyone…

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1 ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ wreath, Ronny Colbie
miracle on 34th street wreath by ronny colbie
Ronny colbie

Classic holiday films – from Elf to Scrooge via Love Actually – are the inspiration for Balham-based florist Ronny Colbie. Our favourite is the ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ wreath, which is as classically and nostalgically Christmassy as possible, its oversized red velvet bow topping a combination of viburnum berries, rustic twigs, and natural cones. From £75, ronnycolbie.com

2 ‘Moyses Stevens’ wreath, Selfridges
moyses stevens christmas wreath by selfridges

Clusters of cotton give this luxurious wreath the look of a snow-kissed field. Also included is dried stipa, natural brunia, seeded scabiosa and bark – an unusual combination that manages to be different without stepping completely outside of the traditional. £180, selfridges.com

3 ‘DIY Wreath Kit’, Hayley Scott Blooms
diy wreath by hayley scott blooms
Hayley Scott Blooms

Making your own wreath is an enjoyable way to spend a cold winter night, especially when you have a glass of mulled wine at hand. These kits by Cornwall-based florist Hayley Scott contain everything you need to ensure the end results are worthy of hanging on your door. There’s a mossed ring, scented pine, conifer and local Cornish grown eucalyptus, as well as dried decorations and a satisfying satin bow. £32, hayleyscottblooms.co.uk

4 ‘Drinkable’ wreath, Wild at Heart x Edinburgh Gin
edinburgh gin drinkable christmas wreath
Edinburgh Gin

What if the botanicals that decorated your wreath could also be used to create fantastic cocktails? That’s the thinking behind this collaboration between London florists Wild at Heart and Edinburgh Gin, who are dedicated to getting us all in the festive spirit this year. Each wreath is delivered with a 70cl bottle of Christmas gin and a booklet explaining how to make the most of your garnishes. £140, edinburghgin.com

5 ‘Large Coral Wreath’, Cox & Cox
large coral wreath by cox and cox
Cox & Cox

Fans of a good pun will find much to love in this playful wreath (or is that reef) made of faux coral. It should also appeal to fans of a white Christmas, with the only decorative touch being a sprinkling of glitter. Invest and you will be able to make this joke, amusing long-suffering friends and family, for many Christmasses to come. £120, coxandcox.co.uk

6 ‘Radish and Roots’ wreath, Mackenzie-Childs
radish and roots wreath by mackenzie and childs for amara

Perfect for avid gardeners and allotment enthusiasts, this is a Christmas wreath with a rustic twist. Adorned with a bounty of artificial fruits, berries, cornhusks and even radishes, it is a playful seasonal display that can bring cheer year on year. £430, amara.com

7 ‘Santa BB’ wreath, My Lady Garden
santa baby wreath by my lady garden
My Lady Garden

Named with tongue firmly in cheek, this rebellious florist, beloved of the fashion set (it’s created installations for the likes of Ganni, Dior, Cartier and Selfridges) has created two completely unique wreaths this Christmas. The ‘Santa BB’ eschews traditional colours in favour of stars, red tinsel, dried gypsophila, baubles, and layers of red and pink asparagus fern. £85, myladygardenflowers.com

8 ‘Lichfield Gold’ wreath, Paul Thomas
paul thomas lichfield christmas wreath
Julian Ward

This is one of three Christmas collections offered by this London florist in 2021, each named after a famous British photographer. Dedicated to Patrick Lichfield, it’s a gloriously fragrant wreath, packed with dried oranges and cinnamon. From £175, paulthomasflowers.co.uk

9 ‘The Contemporary’ wreath, Maison de Fleurs
the contemporary wreath by maison de fleurs
Maison de Fleurs

Featuring live succulents nestled in a bed of pine, this dreamy, cloud-like wreath is luxury florist Maison de Fleurs’ interpretation of a thoroughly modern Christmas. Preserved blue hydrangea adds a hint of frosty colour, while dried lime adds an unconventional festive aroma. From £120, maisondefleurs.co.uk

10 ‘The Night Before Christmas’ wreath, Bloom & Wild
the night before christmas wreath by bloom and wild
Bloom & Wild

Are your aesthetic references more Tim Burton than Richard Curtis? This wreath by the florist known for their letter-box friendly flower deliveries celebrates the more gothic side of the festive season with a dark, dusky palette of fresh foliage. Pre-order is open now, with deliveries beginning on December 1. £75, bloomandwild.com

11 ‘White Linium’ wreath, The White Company
white linium wreath by the white company
The White Company

Crafted in India from dried linium grass, this wreath is an investment piece – carefully packed away in The White Company’s ‘Round Greenery Storage Bag’ it will last for several festive seasons. The ideal option for minimalists, its monochrome appearance is beautiful but simple. £95, thewhitecompany.com

12 ‘Gingerbread Wreath Deluxe’, McQueens Flowers
gingerbread wreath by mcqueens flowers
McQueens Flowers

Bundles of cinnamon and whole dried oranges adorn this wreath that is inspired by the warming spice of mulled wine and gingerbread. Its autumnal colour palette means you can feel justified in displaying this on your door long before the start of advent if you so wish. Made in the florist’s London studio, this design is only available for London delivery. £250, mcqueensflowers.com

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