Host a Charming Wreath Making Party


I absolutely love crafting around the holidays! From creating adorable gingerbread houses (okay let’s be honest, they always turn out a little messy!), to hosting a charming wreath making party… anything where I can relax and be creative just for fun is something I fully enjoy! I really loved the idea of putting together this festive party since everyone loves a fresh holiday wreath to hang on the door and wreaths are a blast to make. A wreath making party is a great excuse to get your friends and family together during the holidays and the perfect way to show your appreciation by hosting them for a fun afternoon with food and crafting. Gifts are great, but experiences and time together is where my heart is!

For the wreath theme, we decided to go with non-traditional colors. There were enough green and white flowers for anyone wanting a more traditional Christmas wreath, but we also added in pinks instead of red. I also enjoy mixing greens, so we added in a lot of eucalyptus and magnolia leaves as well!

We did a nice, but easy, brunch menu because brunch is one of my favorite meals for entertaining… probably because I really love a good slice of loaf cake, donuts and coffee anytime of day! But really though, it’s an easy meal to create. All you need are quiche, donuts, salad, bundt cake and a delicious cocktail and you’ll have some very satisfied guests! Biggest advice, keep it simple and enjoy your own party!

Also, you can be super creative with your wreaths! If you want to keep it more simplified, buy a bunch of the grapevine wreaths and then have your guests add in flowers, greens, ornaments, etc. OR you can start from the wire and wire in your own greens too. Whatever you think your guests would enjoy! It’s really about gathering, having fun and putting our creative minds to work! ‘Tis the season!!

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14 responses to Host a Charming Wreath Making Party

  1. Susan
    December 5, 2016

    Wow, your wreath is beautiful. I have tried making a wreath many times from fresh greens, however, mine never looked as good as yours. 🙁 I’ll look to you tube for a tutorial as you’ve inspired me! Thanks and Merry Christmas!

  2. December 5, 2016

    I am completely in love with this party idea and those giant wreaths! Wow.

    1. Eden
      December 5, 2016

      Yay! Thanks Leah!! It was fun to put this together!!

  3. This is absolutely STUNNING! I’m obsessed with Eucalyptus wreaths right now.

    Xx Taylor

    1. Eden
      December 5, 2016

      Thank you Taylor!! I really like them too!

  4. Kimyee
    December 5, 2016


  5. December 10, 2016

    Wow,really beautiful flower for parties.

  6. Barb
    December 3, 2017

    Wow! Absolutely lovely!

  7. December 5, 2017

    I LOVE this, wish I could have been there – besides the beauty, I’m certain the smell of the gorgeous flowers was/is also captivating!

    1. Eden
      December 6, 2017

      Yes!! Smells amazing as you can imagine!! Such a fun party to host 🙂

  8. December 15, 2017

    This post was an inspiration for a wreath workshop I co-hosted last weekend. So gorgeous! Happy Holidays!

    1. Eden
      December 15, 2017

      Yay!! I love hearing that!!! I’m sure it was beautiful and I hope you had the best time!

  9. Kris
    November 7, 2018

    So pretty! What kind of greenery is that besides magnolia and eucalyptus?

  10. Mary
    November 20, 2018

    These are gorgeous and I was thinking of organizing a wreath making party for friends and their daughters this holiday. Can you give me an idea of how much greenery I will need to buy to do a wreath. I would hate to run out!! Was thinking of purchasing locally or from etsy. Thanks!!

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