Living In Williamsburg, Virginia: Christmas Decorations at Greenhow Store, Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia

Living In Williamsburg, Virginia: Christmas Decorations at Greenhow Store, Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia. I loved working here!

Virginia Christmas!

It’s a Virginia Christmas! Outtakes from the December Issue

Decorations are kept traditional and simple in the recreated colonial capital of Colonial Willamsburg, Virginia. We love the wreath below, which hangs at the entrance to the Governor’s Palace.

Symbolize generosity with holiday decorations by using them at the door and also the windows. Fruits and greenery, which are often free for the cutting, are the primary ingredients. In winter, these fresh materials usually last several weeks before browning.

Holiday Wreaths of Colonial Williamsburg

Wreaths on the doors of Colonial Williamsburg homes have inspired holiday spirit for more than 300 years. This virtual tour will help you use natural greenery and fruits to create a wreath reminiscent of yesteryear.

Colonial Christmas Decorations * Colonial Williamsburg.

These unique patriotic decorations are on the Peter Hay Shop on Duke of Gloucester Street in Colonial Williamsburg.

A house decorated for December's Grand Illumination at Colonial Williamsburg VA. You can see it for free!

One of the Colonial Williamsburg buildings festively decorated for the holidays. I love visiting Colonial Williamsburg during the month of December. The first Sunday of December is the Lighting Ceremony. If you get the opportunity

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