A Christmas wreath is the staple of your holiday decorating. Whether for indoor our outdoor, your decorating wouldn’t be complete without it. The lore of wreath symbolism has evolved and changed slightly through time. But, it has always been the symbol of something eternal. The ring has no beginning and no end. At holiday times, wreaths have come to represent eternal cheer, eternal joy, eternal giving, and an eternity of great joy that precedes all who enter there.
Think of a holiday wreath on your front door, hanging under the gable of your house, or on your front gate as the big bow on the top of a special present: your hospitality. A wreath at the entry of your house will be one of the first things visitors will notice when they arrive. With lighted outdoor Christmas holiday wreaths by Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of St. Louis, your thoughtfully chosen decorations will stand out day or night.
Another quintessential holiday decorating treasure is lighted garland. Adorn the columns on the front of your home or have us drape the lighted garland around other architectural features on your home’s facade. Wrapping lighted garland around an entrance carries the same symbolism as the Christmas wreath. What’s important is ensuring your outdoor Christmas decorations are lighted to enjoy during the day and especially at night. Christmas is magical and you want to welcome you, your family and guests with stunning lighted wreaths and garland over this holiday season.
Regardless of which direction your decorating inspiration takes you, you will need St. Louis outdoor holiday lighting to make sure that everyone who visits your house can see the hard work you have invested in making it beautiful. Lights will keep the colors in your wreaths and other decorations true and bright, day or night and make the sparkly bits really stand out. We are meeting with customers now to design and install custom outdoor Christmas holiday lighting. Give us a call to arrange for a free consultation on holiday, event, and festive outdoor lighting.
Jim & Lisa Schwartz
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of St. Louis