Celebrate Spring!

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Lately I've been thinking a lot about ways to add natural touches to our home - especially things that add a touch of spring/summer.  I've always been a fan of bringing in cuttings from the garden (any season) and really look forward to having fresh flowers and herbs soon.  After this past winter, I welcome all things green! Wreaths are also a great way to add a touch of spring.  And one of my favorite ideas is adding a wreath to a garden gate.  It just says, "Welcome!" to me.  Of course not everyone has a garden gate and wreaths are always nice on a front door, especially if you don't already have lots of flowers planted around the entry.

Wreaths also make an elegant centerpiece on a dining table.  I love this idea with a lantern in the center!  This image is actually from a wedding, but I think it would look nice for every day.

The Wreath Depot, makers of hand crafted wreaths since 1989, have a beautiful selection of silk and dried wreaths.  I've chosen a few favorites to share with you, but I hope you'll click on over and take a look for yourself.  Tip:  Could be a great source for a Mother's Day gift.

I don't about you, but this wreath just makes me smile.  The pinks and greens would brighten the cloudiest day and would look gorgeous on a front door!

Grown and made in the US - would love to see this beauty in a kitchen or as a center piece on a dining table with a simple candle in the center.  

This is for my peony lovers!  I also love this one and this one!  It would be very hard to choose ;).  

This post was sponsored by The Wreath Depot.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.  Thank you for supporting brands who support Cottage and Vine.


  1. In love with the tulip and heartland wreath! So beautiful!

  2. I love wreath and these are cute!

  3. I love wreaths! So welcoming and inviting and just add that extra special touch on a front door or gate. The tulip wreath is beautiful.

  4. The wreath on the gate looks so charming!


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