We Can’t Take Our Eyes Off of this DIY Winter Floral Hoop

Floral hoops are all the rage and with good reason, they are beautiful alternatives to bride and bridesmaid bouquets. Continuing with our 5 Days of DIYs this week is a gorgeous winter floral hoop that you can use as bridesmaid bouquet or use as part of your holiday decor! Our Afloral ingredients for this DIY floral hoop are all listed below:
Diy Winter Floral hoops

Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Bundle #1:
1 silk peony
1 bunny tail grass
1 small bunch of gypsophilia (mix of natural and glitter)
1 red baby cosmos
2 dried amaranth
1 small bunch of filler wax flower
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Bundle #2:
1 beige ranunculus
1 small bunch of lunaria
1 small bunch of gypsophilia (mix of natural and glitter)
2 red baby cosmos
2 dried amaranth
1 purple mum
2 bunny tail grass
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Bundle #3:
1 purple mum
1 red baby cosmos
2 bunny tail grass
1 small bunch of lunaria
1 small bunch of gypsophilia (mix of natural and glitter)
1 small bunch of filler wax flower
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops

Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
Diy Winter Floral hoops
burgundy peony
marsala wine peony
globe amaranth in purple and natural
gypsophilia in natural and champagne
lunaria
gold metal ring
cosmos spray
pom pom mums in burgundy
button mums
beige ranunculus
bunny tail spray
burgundy silk ribbon
hot glue
floral wire
floral tape

See the full list of silk flowers here!

Making your floral hoop:
For this 10″ gold hoop, I made 3 mini bouquets, which are bit bigger than boutonnieres, and two filler bundles: one with dried gypsophilia and another with just bunny tail grass.
Making filler bundles:
Grab all fake flowers for your holiday wreath and let’s get started!
For the dried gypsophilia, I created two bunches and used floral tape to tie them together. Stagger both bundles to elongate its length, and wrap around the gold hoop using floral tape again.
I also made two bunny tail bundles to use as fillers in between the flowers, using floral tape.
Make the mini bouquets with the recipes for each. Attach the first mini bouquet along the gypsophilia bundle that’s already on the hoop.
For mini bouquets #1 and #3, wrap them together with floral tape, forming a x at the bottom. Attach to the hoop leaving a little bit of space to add a flat silk peony on the hoop to cover the the tape and hot glue you see on the back.
Add your bunny tail bundles to fill in bare spots in your floral hoop and add filler glitter gypsophilia anywhere that needs a bit of sparkle.
Tie silk ribbon (also from Afloral!) on your floral hoop and you’re ready for the holidays – or make a few more for your winter wedding bridesmaids!
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