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Wild Flower Wreath

Wild Flower Wreath

Charlotte Tolhurst

Not just for Christmas, wreaths add a welcoming touch to the
door of your venue. You can make the base ahead of time, but be
sure to add fresh flowers as close to the big day as possible.

MORE WAYS WITH
FOLIAGE

You will need: birch twigs, wire, chamomile, marjoram, mint, cow
parsley, scissors, string. 

BE INSPIRED BY REAL-LIFE
BRIDES

Gather or buy an assortment of flexible branches, such as birch
twigs. Weave the branches into a circle (2) using colour-matched
wire to hold it at key points.

Continue adding branches until you are happy with the overall
shape (3). Work in any loose ends and make sure the wreath is
strong and secure.

Make small bunches of flowers and tie them together with string
(4). Make as many bunches as you need.

Work the bunches of wild flowers in between the branches (5) and
secure them in place with the wire or string if needed.

DIY YOUR
ENTIRE DAY!

Extracts taken from the book How To Style Your Perfect Wedding
(£16.99, DK)

As seen in the May/June 2015 issue of Brides