Though most popular during the winter holiday season, many types of wreaths can be seen year-round and as decorations in many locations around the home. To satisfy your customers, FGmarket is sharing the top ten most popular types of wreaths that your store should carry for 2008 and 2009.Christmas wreaths are common decorations each winter.
2. Advent wreaths typically mark the passing of the four weeks of advent. These horizontal, circular wreaths are displayed with four main candles often called the Prophet’s candle, Bethelem candle, Shepherd’s candle and Angel’s candle.
3. Grapevine wreaths refer to the type of branch and material intertwined to form the circular wreath base. Grapevine wreaths are also excellent wreath bases when decorating holiday wreaths, sympathy wreaths and more.
5. Diaper wreaths are very unique wreaths made of diapers wound together to form the circular wreath base. Diaper wreaths are wonderful baby shower gifts and come in quite handy later.
6. Laurel wreaths are the oldest form of wreath, dating back to the period when wreaths were known as “diadems.” Laurel wreaths have a wide variety of uses such as in home decor or as headdresses with fun Halloween costumes.
8. Bottle brush wreaths take their name from the form’s material made of a synthetic fiber that resembles a bottle cleaning brush. These are very durable wreaths and easy to care for, store, and reuse.
10. Floral wreaths are exactly what the name implies–wreaths formed using a multitude of varied flowers. Floral wreaths are beautiful, decorative, and excellent gifts for gardeners, florists, and others who love a touch of nature for any season.