In ancient Greece, women wore flowers, vines and leaves woven into crown-like wreaths in their hair to celebrate special occasions. People felt a deep connection with nature, which was given importance in the religions of the day. As many flowers and plants had special meanings, Greek goddesses were identified by wearing specific kinds of flora. So even if you’re not celebrating the wild rites of Dionysus (the god of wine and merrymaking, of course) by wearing a wreath of grape leaves and ivy, vintage Chandra's wreath of white Lily of the Valleys will make your wedding day or garden party glorious. 8" diameter, 1.5" H.