Holiday decorations in Williamsburg, Virginia go back to the first colonists and today the businesses and residents of Colonial Williamsburg keep up this tradition in style. Inspired by the customs and design of the 17th and 18th centuries, residents painstakingly recreate the look and feel of a colonial Christmas giving visitors the opportunity to walk back in time and see how the first Virginians celebrated the holidays.
I recently visited beautiful Colonial Williamsburg as the guest of Kingsmill, and as I walked down Duke of Gloucester Street I decided to take photos of these beautiful wreaths and assemble them here for you, similar to the popular Doors of Dublin posters found throughout Ireland. So take a look and maybe you’ll be inspired to make your own wreath at home.
Wreaths of Williamsburg
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Thanks for posting these. I was in Williamsburg December 13 and didn’t take a single photo of any of the wonderful wreaths.
Just another reason to go back
I like how you got that guy in the bunny hat or whatever it is. He’s been immortalized forever!
I hadn’t noticed him! Now I’m really curious
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