An easy DIY wreath project that takes only about 15 minutes (or less!) to complete. The best part is that you can use whatever color combinations you like – so let your creativity shine!
I love hydrangeas. I think they’re so beautiful and delicate. They scream of warm, whimsical nights full of twinkling lights and candlelight. Oh, wait… that was my August wedding. 🙂
For my wedding reception, I had two small arrangements on each table and oh how I loved them! I opted for the small, green variety. Take a look:
For this DIY project, I used a small grapevine wreath from my previous DIY Autumn Wreath. Wow, I’m really getting mileage out of that thing! And now it’s onto its second use – a springtime hydrangea wreath.
It was my Mom’s idea to bunch the three colors like that. Love it!
- 1 large grapevine wreath
- 3 large fake hydrangea flowers
- Snip each flower stem with your scissors, leaving about 5-6 inches at the bottom (note: if your scissors don’t cut all the way through the stem because there’s a wire, just bend the stem where you cut and it will break off).
- Take your first flower and weave the stem through the grapevine wreath, securing it in place.
- Repeat for remaining two flowers.
- If your hydrangea flowers came with leaves, chances are they pop off. Take two and weave its stem in the wreath to secure in place.