Welcome Wreath

Monday, June 13, 2011

This weekend, I discovered a tiny hole in our front door, perfect for hanging a wreath. I decided to replace the missing nail and hung a boxwood wreath to bring a bit of green from the outside in, but when I saw this gorgeous rose wreath, I was absolutely stopped in my tracks!

In addition to wreaths, our weekend was filled with delicious meals, couples yoga (I have officially transformed my Texan) and lots of time curled up next to each other. Sometimes you just need a lazy weekend, don't you think? What were you up to, darlings?

Photo by Meghan McSweeney, Wreath by White House Flowers.

39 comments:

  1. Funny you mention couples yoga because last weekend my guy gave me a gift certificate to take some yoga classes. And he decided to take them with me! I'm really excited as I've never done yoga before, but I hear it has such great benefits.

    That wreath is just gorgeous. I imagine it gives off a welcoming vibe to anyone who's entering!

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  2. oo couples yoga! i neeed to try to get h to do that :) we had a lazy weekend too, it was fantastic :) happy monday! xo jillian:: ps im hosting a judy kaufmann print giveaway!

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  3. haha! Way to go on couples yoga. Bryan refuses.

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  4. Ooo, I love this wreath. Wreaths are so 'homey' to me. Is that a word? ha ha. Anyhoo, I had a great weekend. Just lots of family time + running errands. But it was relaxing. Plus my hubby had friday off which was nice! xo, Chrissy.

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  5. Ohhh how wonderful! Lazy weekends are the BEST!!! That wreath is scrumptious!

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  6. Lazy weekends are my fave, I haven't had one in weeks.

    PS: don't forget this giveaway end today.

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  7. Beautiful wreath! Oh and I love cuddling up together...the best!
    xo
    Alexa

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  8. Love this post! Sounds like a fun weekend!!
    velvet cupcakes

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  9. what a lovely wreath, i'm sure yours is every bit as lovely!

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  10. A rose wreath would be gorgeous! I think we need one on our front door.

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  11. Sounds like you had the perfect weekend. That wreath is breathtaking!!

    xo,
    C

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  12. couples yoga? sounds kinky. i don't know why... it just does.

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  13. I love this idea of a rose wreath, makes coming inside a sweet smell and a pretty eye candy! xo

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  14. so sweet- white is such an elegant color for a flower.

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  15. I adore wreaths of all shapes, sizes, and styles for various seasons. This one is so perfect for this warm and breezy time of year!

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  16. sooo lovely! i would love to learn how to make this!

    xo.ashley

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  17. I firmly believe there are wreath people and non wreath people. I am so happy to see you are a wreath person. I think it says a lot about a person.

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  18. i never think about wreaths outside of the holiday season, but you have opened my eyes! gorgeous!

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    xoxo

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  20. Glad you had a nice weekend!
    We had a nice and quiet weekend as well with bbq's, sun and a bit of tidying in our new house :)

    Hugs,
    Signe

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  21. loving the wreath- the white & green are so beautiful against the wood!

    your lazy weekend sounds wonderful, those are always so needed! xo

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  22. that wreath is really pretty, makes me wanna get one for my home. OH and couples yoga?? I wish I could just get my own butt to yoga :)

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  23. You know I love a wreath! Gorgeous!

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  24. I love the wreath of course! (but boxwood sounds gorgeous too!)

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  25. ahhhh, love lazy weekends. And love that wreath, it's gorgeous!

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  26. So beautiful! Very welcoming :)
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  27. you deserve a nice weekend!! where do you guys do the couples yoga? i want to bring pat. sounds like a nice relaxing time you had :)

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  28. First, I love the wreath and want to make a summery one for our door. Second, we also had lots of curl up time this weekend and both got home from work today with sheepish smiles and lots of sweet kisses because "we missed all of the curl up time from the weekend." We're complete saps and proud of it.

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  29. lazy weekends are the best. I think I need to add a wreath to my door too. it's looking bare.

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  30. I love how wreaths look outside of the holiday season. Just lovely.

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  31. That sounds like a perfect weekend, and that looks like a perfect wreath! I'm going to need a recipe for that rustic daquiri ;)

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  32. Love the idea! xo style, she wrote

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  33. I would like this on my front door please and thank you.

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  34. I am so jealous you got your man to do couples yoga! I would definitely curl up to my husband after a steamy night of yoga - maybe that's why he won't do it, hehe. Your weekend sounded marvelous, Lena! xox

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  35. Happy to read about your lovely weekend!!! adorable wreath!!! so exquisite!!!!! a big kiss!

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  36. I adore lazy weekends... they're the best!! And such a welcoming site the wreath on the door!

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  37. I'm just smitten with the idea of a welcome wreath!

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