How to Make a Peony Floral Wreath

3 Materials
$5
1 Hour
Easy

Spring is here in full bloom and today I am sharing an easy DIY How to Make a Peony Floral Wreath. Isn’t it awesome?

My Easy Peony Floral Wreath took about thirty minutes to make. All of the links to make this are below and the best part is there are thirty-two different colors of peonies to choose from.

If you are a crafter extraordinaire or a crafting newbie, this floral wreath is one to try. All you need are a few supplies and less than thirty minutes and you have a gorgeous wreath that will last all summer long.

Peonies are hands down my favorite flower. I found these silk peonies on Amazon. The peonies that I used for this wreath come in 32 colors. I used the light pink ones, but there are so many other beautiful colors available. I have bought them in so many colors but I think the light pink ones I used for this wreath might be my favorite. Currently, I also have them in light red, dark pink, spring white, spring rose pink, and spring peach pink.

Yes, I am obsessed.

I used peonies for my wreath, but you can use any faux flowers that you like for this floral wreath.


Floral Wreath with Peonies

I love wreaths and hang them both outside and inside my home. They are such an easy way to spruce up a door or window and add a little splash of color.

When spring arrives along with somewhat warmer weather, it’s time to update the wreaths in my home. I love to use faux flowers for spring wreaths. The flowers look amazing for the entire spring and summer.

Now that spring is here, the door from our family room (seen above) out onto our back porch is one of my favorite places to hang a wreath.

This quick and easy peony floral wreath is such a lovely way to welcome guests out onto our porch for coffee in the morning, lunch with girlfriends, happy hour after golf, or dinner with friends.

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What You Need to Make This Craft

1 grapevine wreath

3 bunches faux peonies

6″ wire cutters

This wreath is really easy to make. First, I fluffed the flowers out to open them up a bit so that you could see more of the petals.

Next, I snipped the wire stems near the base of the bouquet.

I cut the stems on each flower to about 6″. There is no need to be exact, just make them long enough so they will be secure when you stick them into the grapevine wreath.

Next, I bent the peony stem wire at an angle and inserted it into the grapevine wreath. Pull the wire through so that the flower is snug against the wreath.

Do the same with the stems that have leaves and small flowers.

Continue until the wreath is filled with flower blossoms.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is peony season?

Peony season is primarily in May and June. The start of summer sadly ends the peony season.

Why are peonies so expensive? Peonies have a very limited growing season and they are short in supply. Plus, warmer climates have a harder time growing peonies.

Links to the Items Shown in This Post

Silk Peony Bouquet
20″ Peony Wreath
15″ Peony Wreath
13″ Peony Wreath
24″ Peony Wreath
Silk Peonies Bouquet
6″ Wire Cutters
Grapevine Wreath

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You might like this one too which shares all of my favorite faux flowers, which make great wreaths.

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6 Beautiful Floral Wreaths

I teamed up with my girlfriends and we all made floral wreaths. Tap on any of the links below for the instructions to make your own!

Modern Glam // My 100 Year Old Home // Finding Lovely

Tatertots & Jello // Happy Happy Nester // The Happy Housie


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  • Cec Cec on Apr 30, 2022

    The total cost shown is $5. For all those peonies plus the bare wreath?

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  • AndradeTea AndradeTea on May 02, 2022

    I love it! I made my own using a straw wreath base (see pic). Since the flowers are full, they cover the wreath base. SO pretty!

  • Deb55097247 Deb55097247 on May 07, 2022

    These wreaths are absolutely Gorgeous!! Thanks for the great pictures-can't wait to make one!!!!

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