How To: A Blooming Grapevine Heart Wreath
For a heartfelt Valentine’s Day décor idea, we love hanging a simple, rustic wreath like this grapevine heart version on our door. Not only does it celebrate the holiday in an understated, natural way, but it also brings a hint of springtime to our winter home—right when we need it the most! Our photo stylist Adelyn Duchala created this gorgeous (and easily customizable) version using a mix of dried natural branches, faux blooming stems, and pressed metal garlands. The result? A wreath that’s sparse, wild, and a little undone.
What You’ll Need
- Grapevine heart wreath
- Faux Magnolia stems
- Pressed metal fern garland (optional)
- Dried white Spirea branches (optional)
- Floral wire
- Ribbon for hanging
Adelyn says, “Begin by cutting the faux magnolia stems and attaching them to the wreath using floral wire. We went for an asymmetrical look and focused the blooms on one side of the wreath. Feel free to stop here (as we did for the wreath on the right) or continue to add depth and texture by piecing in pressed metal leaves and dried branches. Use a pretty ribbon to hang and you’re done!
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