The Easiest DIY Fresh Flower Wall
March 7, 2016
I say this almost every time but I honestly mean it. This just might be the easiest DIY we've ever done. And the fruits of your labor are tenfold. A fresh flower wall perfect for snapping pictures, as a focal point for your very own Bachelor Viewing Party, or behind the sweets table... we could go on and on. Grab flowers, washi tape and scissors.... and this pretty, pretty goodness will all be yours.
Materials Flowers - we used ranunculus, garden roses, spray roses and carnations
Washi Tape



step-1 Keep flowers in water until right before you begin to keep from wilting. Trim flower stems to roughly 3 inches and precut washi tape.


Using washi tape, secure flowers to wall starting with the top row and working left to right to find spacing. We decided on roughly 6" between each column.


Once the top row is set, begin building your vertical columns working top to bottom, using the top row as a guide until you have 9 columns. Try spreading out the different colors of the flowers as you go.


For a fuller, less structured look sporadically fill the empty spaces between the columns with more florals once your 9 columns are complete.


Voila! Step 4 involves enjoying your fresh flower wall as a photobooth backdrop, for dessert display or just to stare at in awe because it's that good.

Photography: Gabrielle for Style Me Pretty | D.I.Y. Flower Wall : Style Me Pretty | Floral Crowns: Winston Flowers | Wall Flowers: Winston Flowers | Washi Tape: Paper Source