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DIY Floral Hoop Wreath in 5 Steps

Floral hoop wreaths are popping up everywhere. They offer a unique way to express your style or event theme. If you want a circular arrangement at your next baby shower, themed brunch, holiday party, or wedding... we got you covered! Floral hoop wreaths shine, whether a bouquet alternative, chair decor, centerpieces, hanging decor, or whatever else your creative mind imagines.

Read on to learn how to make your own DIY floral hoop wreath. We kept it simple and used fresh greenery and gold accents for this look, but you could add your choice of flowers to take it up a notch.

DIY floral wreath supplies

Here's everything you need to recreate this floral hoop wreath:

  • 7 stems of victorian lace greenery
  • 12" gold ring
  • 10" gold ring
  • floral shears
  • wire or floral tape
  • decorative ribbon

1. Prep Your Wholesale Greenery

DIY flora wreath supplies layout

To create a DIY floral hoop wreath, start by trimming off the excess stem. Make sure also to trim a few sprigs of greenery. These can be sure to fill out any sparse spots. Then cut a few stems of wire ahead of time as well.

2. Secure the Stems

securing stem with wire

Pick out a lush stem of greenery to start off with. Wrap the wire around the victorian lace stem to secure it into place.

3. Layer Your Greenery

layering greenery

Once one stem is tightly secured, layer in another stem of greenery facing the same direction. Be sure to hide any stems.

4. Layer the Greenery Going the Opposite Direction

Repeat the steps above and layer your greenery in the opposite direction.

5. Add the Finishing Touches

fern wreath with white bride sign

Add your choice of ribbon to finish off the look! You could also add a decorative sign for personalization or flair. We used floral wire on each end to secure the Bride sign.

Bonus: Use this floral wreath hoop as a centerpiece for a simple, yet elegant look.

DIY Floral Wreath Hoop Centerpiece

Originally written by Thalia Basulto

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