Inside: Add a festive touch to your holiday table with these gorgeous nature-inspired DIY Christmas Wreath Napkin Rings. This easy homemade table decor idea takes only minutes to make!
5-Minute DIY Christmas Wreath Napkin Rings
This summer Pinterest released their Entertaining Report, which listed greenery as one of the top entertaining trends of 2018. Even though we associate greenery with spring and summer, this trend will continue through the holiday season with warm, fall colors and cold weather plant varieties.
I absolutely love fresh flowers, and there are actually quite a few benefits to fresh flowers in the home.
However, I also incorporate artificial greenery to my holiday decor so it lasts all season…and the next, and the next, and so on.
These easy DIY wreath napkin holders look rustic and outdoorsy, but since we used artificial sprigs, you can use them again and again.
Related: Check out these 7 Genius Christmas Decoration Storage Hacks to keep all of your holiday decor safe and out of the way during the rest of the year!
While they only take minutes to create, these wreath napkin holders look like they came from a trendy home decor store. Shhh…it will be our little secret!
Holly berries automatically make people think “Christmas” without being overdone. The neutral brown color palette matches almost every table spread.
These Christmas wreath napkin rings looks absolutely stunning on ruby red napkins, snow white linens, or even rich pine green colors.
Wreath Napkin Holders Supply List
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- Mini grapevine wreaths (2″ size)
- Artificial red holly berry stems
- Floral wire and cutters, optional
- Scissors or pliers
How to Make Easy Christmas Wreath Napkin Rings
Cut several 4-6″ pieces of cranberries on sprigs and arrange on your wreaths until you achieve the design you’d like. Try to keep the berries out the outmost edge of the wreaths as much as you can so they are more visible.
Wind the sprig into and through the wreath to secure. You can use floral wire to help secure the sprigs, if needed. (If using floral wire, take care to make sure that all ends are inside the wreath so they do not pull or tear your cloth napkins).
TIP: If you don’t have mini-wreaths on-hand, you can twist grapevines together and wrap floral wire around at three points to make into a mini-wreath. Use a mason jar lid to help guide and size your wreaths.
Here’s a close-up look at the finished Christmas wreath napkin rings:
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