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Christmas is tradition and unique beauty. The atmosphere of Christmas enclosed in timeless decorations will give any interior a new character. The time of waiting for Christmas, i.e. Advent, also has an interesting and beautiful tradition that is worth cultivating at home.
Advent wreath it decoration in the form of a reedwhere during Advent, every Sunday one candle is lit. In total, on the wreath is placed four candles. The waiting period for Christmas is divided into four weeks and one candle is lit each Sunday of Advent.
Each element of the Advent wreath has its own symbolism: the shape of the circle means infinity, the twigs are a symbol of life and community; each candle also has its own meaning (the first is the Candle of Hope, the second is the Candle of Peace, the third is the Candle of Joy, and the fourth is the Candle of Love).
Green wreath -20%
The cedar wreath preserved in a natural, intense green color is very atmospheric. It will delicately diversify the Christmas arrangements of the living room or bedroom. It will revive any interior and make the Christmas atmosphere come to your home.
Wreath with cones -20%
Tightly pinned cedar twigs that have retained their natural green color, making the wreath look real. In addition, the wreath has been decorated with large brown cones, which give it the freshness of the forest. You can also put it on the festive table. It will look beautiful among candles and Christmas dishes.
Decorative wreath with LED lights -20%
It will add color and life to all rooms. The wreath made of synthetic materials is a durable decoration that can decorate rooms for many weeks – without falling off or losing needles.
Advent wreath of cones -20%
The golden wreath is additionally slightly sprinkled with glitter, thanks to which it shimmers nicely. It will also be perfect as a decorative pendant on the front door or a decoration for the Christmas table.
How to decorate an Advent wreath?
Candles and baubles look beautiful, especially the LED ones. Plus cranberry, rowan, mistletoe, dried fruit, ribbons.
The tradition of the Advent wreath comes from Protestant tradition, and its beginnings date back to 1833 and are associated with the figure of the German pastor and theologian Johann Heinrich Wichern (the first mention of the advent wreath in Poland – in Wrocław – dates back to 1925). He ran a nursing home for abandoned children on the outskirts of Hamburg. For the Advent period, he initiated a special service for his charges. It was started by lighting one of the 24 candles placed on a large candlestick in the shape of a circle. The service was held daily and one candle was lit each day. Today, instead of 24, we light up 4 candles, one each Sunday in Advent. This year the first Sunday of Advent falls November 27.
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