Faux Flowers Baby’s Breath Grapevine Wreath

Faux Flowers Baby’s Breath Grapevine Wreath

This easy DIY wreath is budget-friendly and you can use your favorite flowers or colors.

My middle son’s wedding is less than two weeks away and I’ve only finished one of the projects I need to make, so the countdown has begun to finish up the rest of the wedding decor projects.

Although I made this wreath for a wedding, the beauty of it is that you can customize it with any faux flowers in colors to match your decor.

I included baby’s breath, for the look of fresh flowers, but it dries beautifully, so it will continue to look lovely.

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Here’s how I made it.

How to Make a Faux Flowers Baby’s Breath Grapevine Wreath

What you need:

Grape vine wreath

Bunch of faux flowers (Approx. 10 – 15 stems, depending on the size of your wreath)

Wire cutters

Wire or twine for hanging

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Snip the stems off of the bunch with wire cutters.  You’ll end up with a bunch of individual flowers on stems.

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I used a 12″ wreath, but you can make it any size.  I’m not sure if the flowers I used are supposed to be peonies, or roses, but they were one of the colors in her wedding pallet, so I chose them.

Start poking the stems into the grapevine wreath at an angle, working your way around the wreath like a clock.  No glue is needed.

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Insert small sprigs of baby’s breath between each faux flower.  Use care so you don’t bend them.

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Add twine or a wire hanger and you’re done!

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Including the time it took to attach the hanger, it took about 20 minutes from start to finish.

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It’s an outdoor, evening wedding.  I’ve only seen a few photos of the venue, but it looks like it will be very pretty once we bring in all the décor.  I can’t wait to see it and start helping to turn it into a beautiful space for their wedding.

If you missed the first project I made for them, you can see the small faux pallet wood sign HERE.

Stay tuned to see more DIY wedding projects as I finish them!

Vaya con Dios,

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  1. Angie- That is an absolutely beautiful wreath…and a nice tutorial on putting it together. I hope you have a great rest of the week. xo Diana

  2. Very pretty, Angie. I love the color of the flowers and I think those you used could be either roses or peonies! Is the wreath you used a grapevine wreath? I want one to use for a fall wreath to decorate my front door, but have you seen the prices on those puppies on Ebay or Amazon? No way! I gotta get to the thrift store!

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