It’s true, wreaths aren’t just for Christmas – it’s totally acceptable to have a wreath for every holiday of the year! Here is my Valentine’s Day wreath that was so fun to make because it is a very interactive and forgiving process. Anything goes and you will find this to be a very zen experience to then inspire love in your home or interior space. See a ton more DIY Valentine’s ideas here.

Watch the video above to see how I made my Valtentine’s wreath. You can use all dried flowers or all fresh, depending and you can buy a pre-made heart wreath, like I did, or form your own! If you use fresh roses and hang the wreath on the wall, the roses will dry and still look radical, creating a dried rose wreath.

Prep It:

  • Heart shaped wreath (from the crafts store) or shape your own with thick wire
  • Dried flowers or greenery with strong stems
  • Fresh flowers (optional)
  • Floral wire
  • Wire cutters
  • Hot glue (optional – only use on dried flowers)


  1. Break off pieces of your dried greens and/or flowers and feed the stems in through the spaces in the wreath. Use a piece of floral wire wound around to secure the sprigs, if needed.
  2. Repeat with another layer of dried flowers or greens to conceal the floral wire – you may want to use some hot glue to hold the pieces in place.
  3. Snip some of your fresh flowers (leave about a 3″ stem) and feed the stem through a space in the wreath base. Secure with more floral wire wrapped around the flower stem and attached to the wreath to secure if needed.
  4. Hang on the wall, door, prop on a shelf or use as a centerpiece!