I’ve never had a wreath before. I can’t even say the word. Does anyone else have trouble saying wreath? I try hard but it comes out ‘reef’ or ‘wreef’ if I try super hard. I guess all that speech therapy I had as a kid didn’t pay off because I still struggle with some words.
Anyway, my problems as a child are not something I need to get into right now. I leave that stuff for my therapist. Except I don’t have a therapist. So I just keep it all inside and use Palma Vilot gin as a coping mechanism.
I hope you can tell I am joking. Everything is fine.
Right. The wealth.
I was offered the chance to review this luxury champagne wreath and being an absolute keeno when it comes to anything Christmas related, I jumped at the chance.
The Christmas wreath came in a gorgeous black and silver box, complete with a bow with the Ronny Colbie logo printed down it. When I opened the box, I was hit with the scent of pine and cinnamon. Pretty sure Mrs Hinch would have gone nuts!
The wreath is made from a real Christmas tree and is packed with champagne skimmia, champagne baubles and cinnamon sticks wrapped with champagne ribbon. You can really tell this has had a lot of care put into it and it screams handmade.
Our front door is at the side of the house, so we decided to keep it inside on the wall. Keeping our house extra Christmassy and smelling amazing.
If you’re in the market for a Christmas wreath this year, check out Ronnie Colbie’s collection. They are available in different sizes and colours.