When you friend and roommate from college is a florist and she comes to visit, and she says she’s going to bring holiday wreath making supplies, believe her! Look at all of this beautiful and fresh greenery and holiday goodness.
Our kitchen smelled really good while they were working on this.
Once it was well established, it was time to add the berries, flowers, leaves and more. The girls tucked them into the wire uses to wrap the garland.
Once we decided the wreath looked full, she wrapped it again one more time with florist wire to make sure everything stayed in place.
In under 30 minutes, we had a gorgeous, real flower and greenery scented wreath to hang on our front door. Every time we open the front door we get a whiff of how amazing it smells.
It came out so pretty and with just the right amount of color! (We will even forgive her for wearing a Saints sweater!)
I think I was able to sneak one eucalyptus pod onto the wreath which was the total of my wreath contribution. But, they let me get a picture with them, too!
Isn’t it beautiful? If you need a florist for your event in the Houston area, check out Jenna Lynn Events!
What did you do this week?
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