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black and white front door wreath

BLACK AND WHITE FRONT DOOR WREATH

For a sophisticated non-seasonal front porch design, Black and White can’t be beat.  This beautiful Black and White Front Door Wreath features a wooden “monogram” in the center and a selection of black and white baby’s breath highlighted with black roses.

I’ll show you the full BLACK AND WHITE FRONT PORCH I designed this wreath for a little later in this post!

 

36-Inch CIRCLE SCRIPT WOODEN MONOGRAM LETTER

black and white front door wreath

I was looking for inspiration for my Black and White Front Porch when I stumbled upon 48 Hour Monogram’s custom-made designs on Amazon.  They’re made with ½” thick 9 Ply Birch directly from Russia. 

48 Hour Monogram sells their selection of products bare, sanded and ready-to-paint, or finished to your specifications.  They pride themselves on fast-turnaround and provide a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.  That all sounded great to me!

 

MATERIAL & TOOL LIST  – Black and White Front Door Wreath

black and white front door wreath

Supply and Tool List – 
  • 18″ Wire wreath frame
  • 1 – 6ft. Sage Green Eucalyptus Leaf Garlandblack and white front door wreath
  • 4 – Double Baby’s Breath Stems in WHITE
  • 4 – Double Baby’s Breath Stems in BLACK
  • 8 – Black Single Open Rose Stems
  • 4 – White Blossom Picks (flowers w/greenery and white decorations)
  • 2 1/2″ wide Ribbon (black and white / black / white)
  • Optional: 12″ – 36″ Diameter Circle Script Monogram Letter
  • WHITE outdoor-safe paint
  • Silver or white floral wire
  • Scissors/Wire cutters
 

INSTRUCTIONS –

Step One – (If using a centerpiece like this monogram)

  • Paint the wooden piece with outdoor paint in white or black, using manufacturer’s directions;
  • Let dry for the recommended time before continuing with project.

 

Step Two – Attaching Centerpiece to Wreath Form

  • Turn centerpiece over on a flat work surface so the back is facing you;
  • Lay the wreath form’s front onto the centerpiece, making sure it’s even on all sides and centered;
  • Attach the centerpiece to the wire wreath form with floral wire;
  • Dab the wires on back and front with paint to match the wood if needed;
  • Turn the wreath over so the centerpiece is now on top.

 

black and white front door wreath

Step Three – Attaching Garland to Wreath Form

  • Arrange garland around the wreath form to your liking;
  • Attach the garland to the wreath form with floral wire;
  • Tuck in ends at bottom if they overlap.

 

black and white front door wreath

Step Four – Trim Stems, Arrange & Attach 

Trim all the flower stems, leaving approximately 4 inches of stem to wire to wreath form. Starting at the bottom of the wreath, working counter-clockwise, arrange the flowers thusly:

  • 1 black baby’s breath
  • 1 white baby’s breath
  • 2 black roses
  • Repeat the process 4 times until all flowers are attached
  • Fill in with the remaining 4 white floral picks
  • Add a bow if desired!
 
And that’s all it takes to make this beautiful Black and White Front Door Wreath!  
 
 
black and white front porch
 
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