Christmas wreath making by IRMA

This is the time of year when everyone gets creative with their Christmas decorations. Think of garlands, ribbons, candles and of course a fresh mixed green wreath with pine or conifer. It is not necessary to make your own wreath, as you can find beautiful wreaths everywhere.

Once you have the main wreath, you can add berries, leaves or extra fir to add volume or just to add texture and perhaps colour. We recommend that you only buy organic beeswax candles, they only come in one colour, saffron, but they are 100% natural and their smell is sweet and festive.

This year we have chosen a silk and cotton fabric with a woven dot pattern by Pierre Frey, embellished with an orange ribbon.

This year, like last year, we are making bows with fabric from La Maison Pierre Frey and decorating them with coloured ric rac cotton ribbon.

We added winter berries to create more volume on the wreath.

Once the bows are nicely wrapped around the wreath, we continue to add black berries to give the wreath more texture.

The wreath is the perfect size, not too small and not too large, so it looks great on the kitchen table.

Finally, place the candles and light a match.

A wreath is beautiful in a hallway, on a kitchen table or just hanging on the door (without the candles, of course). It brings the outside in and the unique fabrics of our ribbons give each wreath a couture touch.

The wreath is 35cm in diameter.

These are made from a cotton and silk fabric with embroidered circles in various earthy colours, mauve and yellow. The ribbons match the candles perfectly, especially when placed on a wooden table.

The ribbons are a little extra long to show off the fabric.

You can order our Christmas Wreath (Adventskranz) 2023, designed by Jasmin Khezri, here.

We wish you a happy and peaceful holiday season.

If you want to do it yourself, here is what you need.