- Silk Orange Poppies
- Butler Buttons
- Willow Branches
- Basic Wire Berry Wreath
- 22 Gauge Floral Wire
3. Secure your branches by cutting a few inches of the floral wire and hooking it in the crook of one of the branches. Make sure you secure each branch on both ends. We placed ours in the center of the wreath parallel to each other.
4. Next, cut small portions of your floral wire, and wrap each poppy a few times around. Make sure you really anchor your poppies. Although you want the poppies to have movement, you have to make sure that they will not be blown right off your wreath.
5. Place each poppy equal distances form each other, so that the wreath turns out uniform.
6. Add in your butler buttons. Ours had wire in their stems so it was easy for us to use their stems to wrap them around the wreath. We used a little bit more floral wire to secure our Butler Buttons. If you live somewhere like the Carson Valley- secure, secure, secure! The wind would like nothing more than to pluck off any flowers that it can.
7. Finalize your wreath by adding any more floral wire you need, then make sure all of the floral wire you have used is tucked away so it cannot easily be seen.