After seeing your love last year for our Mother's Day preserved flower bouquets, we couldn't resist working with Everbloome again! This time creating something so magical and festive, to bring you joy for may years to come.
Handmade with love in Everbloome's Melbourne workshop, with longevity and timelessness in mind. These beautiful wreaths will last at least at least seven years, 

Orders must be placed before 20 November to ensure timely delivery. and stock is super limited, so when we say act fast...we mean it!

At norsu we’re huge believers in creating magical first impressions and hanging a stunning festive wreath on your front door achieves just that. The only challenge is working out the best way to hang them without damaging your door. Below we’ve put together some of our tips and tricks for doing this:

Fly screen/security door

This is the simplest option by far! Simply loop your wreath with some ribbon, wire or an electrical cable tie and feed it through your fly screen/security door, carefully securing it firming.

Wreath hangers

These are an obvious choice and can be purchased at places like Target. You simply slide the hanger over the top of your door.

A couple of things to consider though:

- They can leave marks on the tops of your doors so if it’s been freshly painted, we would avoid this!
- Consider the height you’d like your wreath to sit at.
- Make sure the hanger you select is right for for this or look on Amazon for an adjustable one.
- Before investing in one, make sure there is a small gap where your door will close. You want to make sure it still can when the hanger is installed.

Self-adhesive hooks

Self-adhesive hooks can be a great tool for mounting a wreath. Just make sure they can’t be seen or Nat won’t cope! Also, don't forget to weigh your wreath so you purchase the correct hook!

We’ve left the best until last - we adore this option as not only do you avoid damaging your door, we love adding a little bit of extra festive flair.

Step 1. Source your favourite ribbon (Spotlight did the trick for us). 

Cut the ribbon long enough when doubled over so that your wreath can hang at your desired height. Make sure it’s long enough to go over the top of the door so it can be easily secured on the other side.

Step 2. Loop the ribbon around your wreath and join the ends with a tight knot.

Step 1. Source your favourite ribbon (Spotlight did the trick for us). 

Cut the ribbon long enough when doubled over so that your wreath can hang at your desired height. Make sure it’s long enough to go over the top of the door so it can be easily secured on the other side.

Step 2. Loop the ribbon around your wreath and join the ends with a tight knot.