This post is sponsored by The Wreath Depot.
I was recently approached by The Wreath Depot about reviewing one of their wreaths. After browsing their amazing collection, I knew I had to share their work with you all here. They grow and dry their flowers in Washington State, and have been perfecting their handcrafted wreaths for over 20 years. Want to see which one I picked and enter for a chance to win your own? Read on!
My kids stormed through the house the day the delivery man rang the doorbell and brought my wreath. Although they were disappointed that it wasn’t a package for them, it made my day opening up this big box of gorgeousness. The wreath was securely attached with zip ties so it wouldn’t slide around in the box, and there were very few pieces that fell astray (they recommend making a sachet with any bits that do).
I chose the Vintage Wheel Wreath
which includes a spiral of dried Safflower, Orientalis, Oregano, Green Beardless Wheat, Red Broom Corn, Basil Millet, Echinops, Spray Lime Millet. I have no idea which is which, but I love it. I was impressed with how neatly it was arranged, and love the light fragrance it has. The only hard part about my whole experience with The Wreath Depot was deciding on a wreath (and where to hang it)!
I’ve made a wreath or two in my day, but never anything like this. When I asked them how long it takes to make one wreath they replied, “A dried flower wreath would take about an hour or more to craft if you weren’t a skilled designer. However, when you craft wreaths everyday you would be surprised at how adept you become! Our team crafts the dried flower wreaths in under 30 minutes per wreath depending on the complexity of the design. The harder part is brainstorming new wreath designs for each season!”
Have the perfect spot to hang your own wreath? Well, good! Enter below to win your choice of one of the wreaths pictured above.
Here they are clockwise from the top right:
The entry runs until Wednesday next week (September 18), and I’ll announce the winner shortly after (make sure you reply to my email so I don’t have to pick a new winner)!