Flower Napkin Ring DIY

So pretty! DIY Flower Napkin Rings (click through for tutorial) While I love going out for a fancy (or even not so fancy) Valentine’s Day dinner, we’ve definitely done our fair share of V-Day celebrations at home as well. Anytime our house becomes the date destination, I always try and do a few decorations to make the holiday feel a little bit more special than a regular dinner at home. This year I thought it would be fun to make some easy flower napkin rings for the table settings, and I love how they turned out!

So pretty! DIY Flower Napkin Rings (click through for tutorial) Supplies:
-flowers (fresh or faux) in 2-3 shapes or sizes
-greenery
floral wire
floral tape
wire cutters

So pretty! DIY Flower Napkin Rings (click through for tutorial) First take your floral wire and bend it to make a loop that is about 2″ in diameter. Wrap the ends around the loop to secure and cut any excess wire.

So pretty! DIY Flower Napkin Rings (click through for tutorial) Cut your center flower so that the stem is about 1″ long, and use your floral tape to secure your flower stem to your wire. If you have a flower head that’s droopy or won’t stand upright, you can always insert a piece of wire up into the stem and head so you can bend the flower head at whatever angle you need.

So pretty! DIY Flower Napkin Rings (click through for tutorial) Keep securing flowers with the floral tape one at a time to either side of your main flower until it’s full enough for your liking (make sure to add in some greenery between the flowers as well).

So pretty! DIY Flower Napkin Rings (click through for tutorial) Once your flower ring is full enough, wrap the rest of the wire in tape to finish the look, and you’re ready to add in your napkin!

So pretty! DIY Flower Napkin Rings (click through for tutorial) So pretty! DIY Flower Napkin Rings (click through for tutorial) So pretty! If you won’t have much time on the day of your dinner, you can make this with faux flowers ahead of time or make it a little earlier in the day with fresh flowers and keep them in the fridge to help preserve their beauty until dinner. While it can be fun to make an over-the-top Valentine’s Day display for a party or dinner, sometimes small and simple things can make an event feel really special too! xo. Laura

Credits // Author and Photography: Laura Gummerman. Photos edited with the NEW A Beautiful Mess actions.

  • such fun! I tried working with flowers at the Handmade Fair & Brighton Etsy Craft Party- this makes an amazing wrist corsage too!

  • This flower napkin ring is so pretty! Love the heart shape plate as well. Thank you for sharing.

  • Yes! These are real flowers, but you can totally make them with faux to keep them for a few occasions 🙂

    Laura

  • wow these are really beauty. I absolutely love this blog, such talent!

    Beckie xo // The Pale Tails

  • These are really beautiful! I’m really bad at DIY usually but these look very easy… they are a great idea for a Spring table as well (Easter lunch?).
    I’ll show this to my mom, I’m sure she’ll use this idea too for her dinner parties 😉
    Thank you for sharing with us!

    xx Al

  • I should forward this to my boyfriend 😉

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
    http://charmainenyw.com

  • These would be a lovely addition to a healthy valentine’s dinner at home! My wheels are turning!

  • You have such creative ideas I’d definitely try creating these for our wedding!

  • So cute! My husband and I have been plans to make v-day dinner together after we get our kiddos to bed and let me tell you…I am so excited 🙂 Thanks for the idea!

  • These are BEAUTIFUL. I love celebrating a low-key Valentine’s at home (cheaper and more intimate, haha). Love that these are faux flowers, so you can save them for so many occasions!
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