I hosted a Holiday wreath party for the first time this year and it was SO much fun!!
Making your own wreath is an easy, cost-effective, and a fun way to enjoy the holiday season with friends and family! I loved doing a minimalist wreath because it’s less bulky and much less mess!
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Here is what we used…
6 metal rings. you can order here.
Glue gun. Here.
Flexible floral wire. Here.
Any greens or accent pieces you’d like. You can trim greens from any bush in your backyard, or pick up items from your local craft store.
Wire cutters. Here.
Floral tape. Here.
Here are a few artificial accent pieces I picked up at Joann Fabrics.
…and here are some gorgeous greens I clipped from our backyard.
Take a ring and start clipping your greens. I like to assemble them on the ring before I attach them so I can see if I need more or less. There is really no wrong way to create your wreath. Decide on weather you’d like to use wire or tape to attached your greens. I like using wire because it’s easier to use but the tape really does look a bit more put together.
I like the asymmetrical minimal look but you can certainly fill the whole wreath in or make it even at the bottom ((see photo example below)).
Once you’ve attached your greens, I like to go back through and add my accent pieces.
Finish by adding a ribbon or twine to the top.
You can see all the different looks in the photo below. I love that each wreath reflects each persons personality <3 <3
If you’d like to save this project for later on your pinterest board, you can simply hover over the photo below to pin it! xoxox