Press & Testimonials
"Pam's Maine Wreaths are beautiful, well-crafted wreaths that truly brought the feeling Christmas to our home. We kept ours inside so that it would last longer than it would in the Florida heat. The unmistakable aroma of the fresh Douglas Balsam Fir filled the room and brought an essence Maine to Florida. The wreaths arrived fresh and quickly with no damage due to the excellent packaging. My family plans on making a tradition out of getting a Pam's Maine Wreath every holiday season."
- Caitlin, Melbourne, FL
"In the past I have ordered my wreaths from LL Bean, and last year I ordered from Pam's Maine Wreaths for the first time. Bean's wreaths were fine, but Pam's were gorgeous! They weren't smashed at all, and I didn't have to put the ornaments on myself. They were full and lush and smelled like a forest! They lasted forever, I guess because they were the freshest wreaths I've ever gotten. I will always order from Pam's in the future."
-Nancy Douglas, Miami, FL
"Pam's Wreaths are the best. I've ordered from her since she started making them - I'm not sure how long it's been! But they just keep getting better and better. She uses very fresh balsam fir, just enough embellishments and beautiful bows! I've even had them shipped to Florida and Germany. They get there in record time and in wonderful condition and never dried up. Keep up the good work Pam and Sterling."
-Yvette Lloyd, Brunswick, ME
Pam's Wreaths In The Press
"Christmas in Harpswell":
Sterling Douglas puts the finishing touches on wreaths to be sold at the annual scouts' Christmas tree and wreath sale.
"It's A Family Thing...Pam's Wreaths":
Pam Douglas shows how she uses her wreath-making machine, which has a pedal similar to a sewing machine. She is wearing rubber gloves to protect her hands
Pam Douglas gets ready to position a balsam fir tip on a wreath before running it through her wreath-making machine. The machine allows her to make as many as 10 wreaths an hour.
Pam Douglas displays some of the wreaths she has made this season. By Dec. 17, she will have made more than 300 of them, churning out about 20 a night.