Soak the Wreath Ring
First of all soak the wreath ring in a tub of cold water until it absorbs water thoroughly and saturated.
Squeeze Wreath Ring
Remove the wet wreath ring from water and lightly squeeze the excess water, using your hands.
Cut the Stems
Set the wreath ring aside and cut the stems of the flowers to the desired length. Now, trim off the extra leaves and wilting petals – if any.
Put the stems of the selected base foliage into the wet wreath ring at various angles in order to cover it properly. You can use leaves, ferns or other greenery as a foliage base.
Insert Large Flowers
Now insert the stems of the large flowers into the wreath ring, covering it completely. You can arrange focal flowers as a large clump in one side of the ring or several clumps all around.
Insert Small Flowers
Fill the remaining spaces with some fresh small flowers.
Use a Colorful Ribbon
Bring a wide colorful ribbon into play and loop it right through the center of your wreath ring to hang it in the desired location.
Your fresh flower wreath is ready; hang it and enjoy this nice addition to your home decor.