Wreaths are more than just a decorative touch for your door, mantle, table or wall; they have existed in various forms since the time of the ancient Romans. In fact, wreaths were first designed to adorn the bonnets of the rich and royal.
Today, wreaths can be displayed year-round and are an eternal part of the holiday season. Much symbolism can be attributed to the wreath. The shape of a circle has no beginning and no ending. This may represent the eternal nature of a god's love, or the circle of life? Evergreens, which survive harsh winters, are often weaved into wreaths to signify immortality and the strength of life. Protea are also very hardy, long-lasting flowers. As the saying goes - "Protea don't die, they just dry". A Protea Wreath can last for years!
Wreaths have become a reflection of personal taste and some are reminders of special occasions or the season. Whatever the reason, wreaths continue to symbolize welcome, eternity and a joyful spirit!