Among the Christmas decorations at Windsor Castle this year are a 20-foot tree, a 15-foot tree (because apparently the first wasn’t enough), and costumes previously worn by Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret in Christmas plays.
Thus, you might think that every adornment is required to be both over-the-top and ornate — based on those, it certainly seems that way. Which is why it might surprise you that, according to the Royal Family Instagram, a Christmas wreath made from a DIY method is actually one of the approved additions. Yes, the basic piece is a creation made by the Royal Household florists themselves — and it’s so simple, you can actually recreate it at home.
CREDIT the Source: This Easy DIY Christmas Wreath Is Royal Family-Approved