Here's what you need:
1. A Plain Grapevine Wreath
2. Dried flowers
3. Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
5. Wire Cutters
Decide on a color scheme! I knew that I wanted my wreath to have a mix of neutrals and Fall blush tones, so I chose an assortment of flowers in three different shades of blush, cotton for a neutral balance, stemmed berries to add texture, and leaves. Once you have your flowers, begin separating them to start arranging on the wreath.
Next I placed my statement flowers, the roses. I wanted their placement to look natural, so I angled each of them. I then added the smaller ones as I made my pattern. Nothing is permanent until you hot glue your arrangement down, so do not be nervous to move the flowers and try different options. Just go for it!
Lastly, I added the stemmed berries and hot glued down my arrangement.