SOLD OUT - Festive Door Wreath - Narnia of Speyside


Our Classic Narnia Festive Door Wreath – luxury organic traditional including pine, spruce, herbs and cones.

Handmade in our Aberlour Workshop, using a variety of local Speyside spruce. Every festive door wreath will be delivered in the first week of December. There will be limited stock, so please order soon to save disappointment.

Approximately 40cm wide, however sizes and style will vary slightly. Satin Ribbon colours may vary from the picture.




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A classic Narnia festive door wreath is the perfect way to start the festive season. The fresh smell of pine and the rich tones of green bring Christmas straight to your home.

I create each festive door wreath with a slightly different variety of local spruce and foliage foraged from the Speyside countryside here in Scotland. 

They will vary slightly in style but each is finished with a light spray of winter snow to complete the winter cold narnia look.

Once you have ordered I will be sure to send you an email with the delivery details as soon as your unique wreath is ready for sending out.

Caring for your festive door wreath: Your wreath should be kept somewhere cool – preferably on your outside door, you can spray with water or freshen up with some more faux snow spray, but they should last well in to the new year. Wrap some twinly lights around yours to add a magical glow.

Why not freshen yours up in the spring with some fresh flowers and foliage!?

Please do get in touch if you need further details.


According to Britannica Encyclopedia, the wreath is an ancient status symbol. Wreaths were made of bay laurel, pine, herbs, and flowers. Each addition to a wreath had a specific meaning as a ritual or cherish symbol.

  • Ancient Romans wore crowns of laurel wreaths to denote power and were often donned by politicians and civil servants.
  • Roman soldiers were bestowed wreaths of honor when they returned from battle.
  • In ancient Greece, the cherished prize for an orator and poet was a wreath. Olympic winners were also awarded a wreath.
  • Ancient Egyptians sewed flowers onto strips of cloth forming head wreaths, often used to decorate statues of gods.
  • Early Germanic cultures used a wreath table decoration and later added candles to the traditional winter solstice evergreen circle. The wreath was a winter reminder that spring would return and the Earth would once more turn warm.

4 reviews for SOLD OUT – Festive Door Wreath – Narnia of Speyside

  1. Natalie Baylis (verified owner)

    This is really beautiful – large and full of foliage, smells gorgeous too. It arrived today, and is now hanging on the door to welcome Christmas in!

  2. Charlotte Williams (verified owner)

    5 star service and product from this great small business. Wreath arrived safely and smells amazing! So full of foliage, flowers, berries, pine cones and cinnamon sticks. Would highly recommend this business as a sustainable and quality alternative to the high street.

  3. Lynsey Thoms

    I have bought these wreaths from Mille and Rose for the last few years. Nothing I have found has ever compared to the quality and size of these. I love them and look forward to getting it on my door each year!

  4. Danielle

    I opened the box with your wreath in. It’s stunning, I am sure the best yet, so lush and full and will be so twinkly once we set it up.

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