This holiday month, we taught many fresh holiday wreath design classes. Here are a few designs from our Christmas wreath and holiday Wreath-making classes. Enjoy the variety of designs all based on a noble fir wreath base. Pictured above and below are protea stems along with hanging amaranthus accenting the fir wreath base.
We added fresh flowers as stand-alone posies that would dry well like the statice and clover accent below. We also showed students how to add a mini floral spray to a wreath that would last through the holiday month.
Traditionally, red and green make up Christmas colors. We used red roses, berries, and carnations along with mixed evergreens for this fun wreath design below.
Magnolia wreaths are quite popular in the southern United States for holiday decor. We added these leaves facing both directions for a multidimensional look to this evergreen wreath base.
Misty Blue dries well out of water and was used liberally in this wreath to create a whimisical design.
The above wreath was edited slightly to give it a more neutral holiday look. This wreath could be adapted for homes that celebrate both Chanukah and Christmas.
All wreaths featured fresh flowers. Some were installed to last over a week in the wreath while other flowers like the Misty Blue here would dry nicely on the wreath.
If you want to learn how to create wreaths that last a long time with fresh flowers as accents, we can teach you! Just email us or contact us today at flowerduet.com.