Learn “How-To” make this DIY Christmas Centerpiece featured on Emmaline Bride. We have created another beautiful centerpiece working with Emmaline Bride and sharing our DIY ideas. This red and white floral centerpiece will capture the hearts of your guests. This lush centerpiece made with mixed greens is perfect for your centerpieces at Christmas parties, weddings, or your holiday table!

DIY Christmas Centerpiece

Give this beautiful Christmas Centerpiece a hostess gift. Get ready to order your wholesale flowers. Make this floral centerpiece with red freedom roses, crème de la crème roses, red hypericum, thistle eryngium, silver brunia, seeded eucalyptus, pittosporum, and dusty miller. Here is a quick outline of what you will need to get started to make this beautiful DIY Christmas Centerpiece.

What you will need:

Flowers & Greenery
Red Freedom Roses
Crème de La Crème Roses
Red Hypericum
Thistle Eryngium
Dusty Miller
Seeded Eucalyptus (cut stems to size)

Floral Supplies
Gold Pedestal Vase (11 ½ diameters)
Floral Scissors
Paring Knife
Waterproof Floral Tape

Begin by laying out your flowers, greens, and supplies. Follow the steps to prep your flowers. Cut the stems on a 45-degree angle and remove all foliage. Rehydrate your flowers and greens in clean water. If you are making a lot of centerpieces ask a couple of family members or friends for help. Have fun making your holiday centerpiece!

Cut your foam and soak in water.

Add Flowers

To secure the flowers, twist the floral wire around the garland. Check out the full feature with “step-by-step” instructions on “How to” DIY Christmas Centerpiece Featured on Emmaline Bride, click on Emmaline Bride!

Watch more tutorials and videos by our floral experts on “How-To” make bouquets, boutonnieres, and event centerpieces. Remember, you can always add or substitute colors, flowers, and greenery for any arrangement you are making.

Are you ready to learn how to DIY more flower arrangements for your wedding? Learn “How to” make a DIY Floral Chair Garland. 

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