DIY How to Make a Hydrangea Classic Wreath

One of the prettiest late summer to autumn flowers is without a shadow of a doubt the Classic Hydrangea. The combination of vintage hues, deep reds, pinks, purples and blues make these flowers beautiful and certainly an eye-catcher! 

From August through to November, there are some beautiful varieties available to purchase. TOP TIP: Even though they might seem expensive initially, you can dry the stems which will ensure you get the most out of them! 

How to Make a Hydrangea Wreath

Below, discover our How to Guide on How to Make a fabulous Classic Hydrangea Wreath using fresh Hydrangeas (as mentioned above, you could also make this with the dried Hydrangeas).

DIY - How to Guides with Triangle Nursery


Carbon Blade Scissors

Floral Foam 12″ Ring (Plastic Back)

Floristry Knife

Twine – Natural

Hydrangea Classic (two types)

How to Guide

  1. Soak the floral foam ring in fresh, clean water
  2. Cut the Hydrangea into small stems and push into the floral foam, making sure you vary the Hydrangea colour shades and varieties as you go along.
  3. Once you have finished, you can mist the Hydrangea heads with water to keep hydrated.
  4. Cut a long piece of twine or rope to tie around the circle allowing you to hang the wreath.

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