Spring Pink Hydrangea Wreath

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Follow along as I make this beautiful spring hydrangea wreath, complete with pink monochromatic blooms and rose accents. This simple design takes just a few materials for maximum impact!

bold pink spring hydrangea wreath hanging on a door

DIY pink hydrangea wreath

Sometimes, less really is more. And that’s definitely the case for this spring pink hydrangea wreath!

While I love getting fancy with all sorts of materials, there’s something special about a simple, feminine design like this spring wreath. 

Beyond its beauty, this style made with full pink hydrangeas is very on-trend – you’ve likely seen something like it in all the floral magazines. 

So, if you’re looking for a crowd-pleasing spring wreath that’s sure to be a best-seller at the craft fair, today’s project is just the thing!

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And if you’d like to learn more about the basics of wreath making, try out my Wreath Making 101 Workshop!

Supplies for this project

You’ll need: 

  • 16” Grapevine wreath 
  • Faux flowers
    • Bright pink hydrangea 
    • Light pink hydrangea
    • Pink roses
  • Pink silk ribbon
  • Zip ties
  • Wire cutters 
  • Hot glue 
  • Florist wire

How to make a spring hydrangea wreath

1. Prep your hydrangea wreath

First up, prep your design by trimming any loose ends on your grapevine wreath. 

Also, take a minute to trim your hydrangea stems to about 4” long. 

2. Add two-tone hydrangeas

Insert your first light pink hydrangea through the grapevine, securing the end with hot glue. Remember to insert the stem at an angle, then bend it upwards. 

Next, insert a dark pink hydrangea next to it using the same method. Continue around the wreath, alternating the shades of pink.

3. Fill in holes

For a full design, work your way around the wreath and continue to bend and separate the hydrangeas to fill in holes. 

Ensure the form of your design is set, resembling a complete circle. 

Optionally, you can choose to insert hydrangea leaves around the outer edge of the wreath, securing it with hot glue. 

4. Add contrast

For an extra bit of pink, add small cuttings of roses throughout your design, securing with hot glue. Use the roses sparingly!

Then, add some rose leaves using the same principle. This is going to break up the pink color just a hair.

5. Make your hanger

To make your wreath hanger, wrap a cut of pink ribbon around the top of your wreath, tucking the ribbon underneath your hydrangeas. Then, cut the ribbon ends at about 6” long. 

Zip-tie these ends together. 

Next, measure out an 18” tail of pink ribbon, pinch, and pleat. Then measure 12” for a 6” loop, pinch, and twist. Repeat for a total of 2 loops, then trim another 18” tail. 

Take florist wire and wrap it around the center of the bow, cutting off any excess.

Then, zip tie your bow to the top of your ribbon hanger, again trimming any excess. 

To finish your hanger, take a 5” cut of pink ribbon, fold it, and wrap it around the center of your bow with a knot. Cut off any excess, and voila! Your spring pink hydrangea wreath is complete. 

Watch the video: How to make a pink spring hydrangea wreath

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