Deck the halls with boughs of holly – and fresh Christmas wreaths and garlands of course! Wherever in the world you may be, and no matter what age you are, Christmas is the best loved holiday. Long before Christmas Day, decorations and modern fresh Christmas Wreaths of every shape, colour, texture, and design are hung around and proudly displayed in every house, office, or street corner. Besides the white fresh Christmas wreaths, the green Christmas tree, sparkling lights, Saint Nicholas or Frosty the Snowman, another Christmas symbol that cannot be replaced are the Christmas Wreaths. These boughs symbolise eternity and are carefully placed on the front door of every UK household.
Another type of wreath associated with Christmas are advent wreaths. These have been used in observation of the advent season and set up on the first advent Sunday in churches around the country. Advent wreaths were first used in Germany in the 16th century by Lutherans. Both advent and Christmas wreaths are made of evergreen, which symbolises everlasting life and the circular shape of the wreath symbolises God, in the meaning that he has no beginning and no end. Advent wreaths are usually placed on tables and stands, while Christmas wreaths are used as a decorations for doors and walls.