Fall  DIY

Photo: Alisandra Photography

Today, Janie Medley of JM Flora shows us how to pretty up an autumn wedding with a seasonal wreath!

Let's see how she does it...

DIY  Fall

Photo: Alisandra Photography

Materials: Grapevine Wreath (purchase the size of your choice) | Scissors | Floral Wire | Floral Picks | 4 Packs of “Fall” Grocery Store Flowers | 4 Packs of Eucalyptus (also purchased at the grocery store) | Miniature Pumpkins

Note: The grocery stores are filled with beautiful bunches of “fall flowers” and “fall bouquets” this time of the year. So many different varieties to choose from, so have fun with this project!

DIY  Fall

Photo: Alisandra Photography

Start by securing the eucalyptus—or whatever greenery you choose—and cover the wreath. Secure the eucalyptus with the floral wire, or you could also use twine if you like.

DIY  Fall

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Next, start adding the flowers. For my arrangement, I took the yellow petals off of the sunflowers to add more texture to the flower. Cut the stems so that you can actually place the flower in the wreath.

DIY  Fall

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This is the great thing about using the grapevine wreath—you can manipulate the stems within the grapevine.

DIY  Fall

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Next, add the miniature pumpkins. For these, use the floral picks. Insert the pick in the bottom of the pumpkin and attach it to the wreath.

DIY  Fall

Photo: Alisandra Photography

Have fun with this project! There’s no right or wrong way to add the flowers—just play with the design and make it your own. This wreath would be beautiful as part of your wedding décor or for festive home décor!!

DIY  Fall

Photo: Alisandra Photography

The finished product! Enjoy.

Project by Janie Medley of JM Flora