It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like….

Updated: Nov 30, 2020

Written by contributing author and marketing specialist, Ottilie Wood.

We at LULA LULA have been busier than the North Pole’s elves! To kick off our first Christmas, we have created three stunning wreaths to welcome the season of much-deserved merriment.

A wreath is a statement to the outside world and the first thing people notice when they pass your house. Why not offer them the ‘wow-factor’ with something completely bespoke?

Our 2020 wreaths embody three individual themes, ranging from contemporary elegance to traditional magnificence. Let us introduce you:


Fragrant and fabulously unique, VERDE is a twist on a classic.

Combining two types of Eucalyptus, Cinnerea and Baby Blue, this wreath is a feast for the senses. Not only does it offer visual impact, but a wonderful scent. To contrast against the sophisticated Eucalyptus, we’ve scattered sprayed gold fronds of Asparagus Fern throughout VERDE. Its crowning glory is a gold bow, adding a final flourish of decadence.


Looking for a traditional, cosy Christmas this year? HO HO HO was made for you.

Blue pine and spruce, berried ivy and mistletoe - this is a wreath that completely embodies the festive season. Setting off the deep greens are bright red berries and zingy, scented dried oranges. Pops of dried flowers, including seed pods and strawflowers, and a sumptuous terracotta bow add the finishing touches.


And now for something completely different! ROBIN is the wild wreath.

Deep oranges and browns make ROBIN warm and welcoming. It mixes fresh and dried foliage to conjure up a feeling of walking through winter meadows. Dried roses, cotton, bunny tails, rose hip berries and dried Love in the Mist (Nigella) are set off with statement pieces. Think dried palm leaves, eucalyptus, pine cones and gold sprayed grasses. What better way to make an impact this year?


Whichever wreath you choose, deck your door

with the statement it deserves. Visit our website to buy your very own LULA LULA wreath.

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