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Where to Get Fabulous Christmas Wreaths in Manila

Instantly add Christmas cheer to your home with these gorgeous holiday decorations.
IMAGE COURTESY OF SPRUCE FLORAL DESIGNS; COURTESY OF RUSTAN'S FLOWER SHOP
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It's never too late to add more Christmas spirit to your home for the holidays. If you've already set up your tree and lights, the next step would be to add a fresh wreath on your front door or an empty wall in your house. Below, a list of the best places in Manila to order the seasonal home accessory.

Spruce Floral Designs


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Taking a more classic approach to the Christmas decoration, Spruce’s wreath offerings use the ubiquitous pine leaves (Cypress leaves in one case) at the base. Complementing these greens are the traditional bright red berries, oversize velvet bows, and pine cones with cinnamon sticks.

For orders, contact 519.2937; [email protected]; sprucefloraldesigns.com

Mabolo Flowers


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It’s all or nothing home for Mabolo’s elaborate Christmas wreaths. The floral atelier has adorned its creations with a burst of pinecones, various fruits, and cinnamon logs. The wreaths on offer will give any home an added touch of opulence.

Jannov Plaza, Don Chino Roces Extension Avenue, Makati, 893.6912

Rustan’s Flower Shop


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Rustan’s Flower Shop strays away from the traditional Yuletide-themed wreath for ones that look alive with colors and suit a tropical setting like ours. Choose from one of four wreaths: the Aurora (Veronica flowers, Eucalyptus, and dusty Christmas leaves), the Milagros (White Statice, Eucalyptus, Green Berries, and Cypress leaves), the Ferina (Red Hypercium, Dolla Eucaltyptus, dusty Christmas leaves, and Cypress leaves), or the Socorro (Misty Pink, Dollar Eucalyptus, and Cypress leaves). These minimalist wreaths will suit a modern home.

For orders, contact 0917.417.9508

Fiori di M


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For something more rustic and unconventional, the florists at Fiori Di M trade in the pine leaves for dried mango leaves. This swap resulted in native-looking wreaths that are accented by bunches of cinnamon sticks and nutmegs, which are all tied together with two ribbons.

2314 Don Chino Roces Avenue, Makati, 729.0030

Ça Va


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The newest floral destination on this list, Ça Va makes use of a whimsical variety of flowers and leaves for their wreaths, which are on display at its café at the Podium. The shape of their wreaths extend beyond the typical circular form by cascading some foliage down the bottom or to one side.

G/F Podium, Doña Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas, Pasig, 282.6091 

Akong Gugma


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The team members behind RabbitHole Creatives channeled their trademark neo-classical style into floral arrangements. The outcome, Akong Gugma, has been known to produce whimsical arrangements using exotic species.

For orders, contact 0917.512.2072; [email protected] 

Lanai

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The ladies of Lanai are playing up the winter season we lack in our own climate by creating festive wreaths using pinecones, frosted twigs, and timeless Christmas décor. The biggest advantage Lanai has over its competitors is that it accepts requests for custom wreaths.

The Alley at Karrivin, 2236 Don Chino Roces Extension Avenue, 802.5427

Zenas Events and Floral Stylist


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A veteran florist, Zenas Pineda is best known for her event styling, but during the holidays, she can arrange beautiful Christmas wreaths that adhere to all the traditional elements: pine cones, ribbons, and berries. Her magical wreaths feature extravagant ornaments that will add cheer to any home.

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