I’ve been on a break from Oh How Lovely for a while preparing for our second little guy coming in January but couldn’t let the holidays come without offering some wreaths and ornaments similar to last years! •
Remember, I do custom make wreaths and ornaments so each one is handmade and different and I can adjust to what you’re wanting. Wreaths vary from $25-35 depending on size and product. I can do wooden wreaths (like pictured) or greenery wreaths. Ornaments are $3 for the smaller ones and $5 for the larger ones. Don’t forget I ship too if you’re out of town! Please allow 3-5 days for turn around. If you see one you think would look perfect in your home let me know and I’ll get to working on it! If you have one in your head or you’ve seen on Pinterest message me and let me make your Christmas dreams happen! Thank you for all of your support! ❤️💚🎄🎅🏼❄️❤️💚 #christmasiscoming#handmadewreaths#greenery#ornaments#simplechristmas#901#ohhowlovelyco
This Hansel and Gretel-looking charmer is located in Annesdale Park subdivision west of Central Gardens. Developed by prominent citizens Brinkley Snowden and T.O. Vinton, the neighborhood was named after nearby Annesdale mansion, Snowden’s family estate. The second pic is a 1903 newspaper clipping advertising dedication day with a “Big watermelon-cutting for the ladies and children.” More on Annesdale Park’s history can be found in this month’s edition of Memphis’s newest newspaper: Storyboard Memphis.