Living in Virginia means Colonial Williamsburg is just a hop, skip and jump away. This is especially good when it comes to Christmas decorations, for which Colonial Williamsburg is justifiably famous!
|This house is at the end of the main street in Williamsburg (Duke of Gloucester or DOG Street). Each of the little niches in the brick, is filled with an apple. You can also see the wreathes, window decorations and header over the door.|
|One of my oddly angled shots. This lovely cape has wreathes on the doors and windows, as well as the roping around the doorway.|
I was reminded just the other day, how I have never actually done a post about Christmas at Colonial Williamsburg, so I thought it a fitting time to remedy that oversight!
|The roping and wreathes are on almost every doorway there. In fact, this time I took photos of every single one on DOG street. We got there a little too late to do the other streets though.|
This is one of the simpler wreathes. It has boxwood and berries as the green base. I am not sure what the berries are from, sorry! There are dried orange slices and a dried pomegranate for details. Both of those are sold at the DOG (Duke of Gloucester) Street garden stand.
OK I have a ton more photos, BUT, I think this post is long enough right now! I shall do a second post with the rest later.