This summer, everything is coming up pink! And that means lots of fabulous party décor in that trendiest of colors. This roses and rosé wreath is a particularly pretty — and pink — way to display your wine while keeping it chilled at the same time.

a photo of roses and rosé wreath on a table

If you don’t have your own rose garden or a blooming rose bush, don’t worry — roses are abundant this time of year, and they’re priced right.

Roses and Rosé Wreath

What you’ll need:

  • Oasis floral foam wreath base
  • Fresh cut roses
  • Fresh foliage
  • Shallow dish
  • Pedestal dish (for elevated display)
a photo of a roses and rosé wreath with  a shallow dish for the base

Soak the floral foam wreath base thoroughly. Then, place a shallow dish, such as a pie plate, on top of the pedestal dish, and put the foam wreath on the pie plate.

Start by creating the wreath shape with various sprigs of foliage. I was able to cut enough branches from the trees and shrubs in my backyard to use in this project!

a photo of a roses and rosé wreath with pushing leaves into floral foam

Because the wreath is elevated, make sure that you insert your lower branches into the foam on an angle so they hang over the dish.

a photo of a roses and rosé wreath with covering wreath base with flowers

Before inserting your roses, cut the stems to about an inch long so that the stem fits nicely into the foam without going all the way through. You want the bottom of the stem to stay in the foam so that it will be continuously hydrated.

Continue filling in with greenery and roses until you have completely covered the wreath base.

a photo of a roses and rosé wreath with bottles of wine in the wreath

When you’re ready to serve and enjoy your favorite rosé — mine is this delicious pinot noir rosé from Harry and David — fill the center dish with ice and add the bottles to keep them chilled between pours.

a photo of a roses and rosé wreath with a faux rose wreath

Want an even simpler version of this? Use a faux rose wreath instead. Place the wreath on the table, add a bowl filled with ice in the middle, and then fill it with a bottle of delicious, refreshing pink rosé!

Or meet in the middle and do a little of both.

Start with the pretty faux wreath base and add a few cuttings of fresh flowers and greenery to really make it pop!

As long as you want the roses to look beautiful for just a few hours, you don’t even need to worry about hydration — they’ll look great for the entire party. After the rosé is gone, you can remove the fresh cut roses and place them in a petite vase, and enjoy them for a few more days.

Author

Julie started her career in the floral industry over 30 years ago in a small, family-owned flower shop. From floral designer to author and lifestyle expert, her insight has been instrumental in developing the 1-800-Flowers.com brand. Representing the company’s floral lifestyle vision, Julie has shared her talent and passion in numerous television appearances and national magazine features. She is an active fundraiser and longtime friend of IGHL, a group dedicated to facilitating a more independent life for developmentally challenged adults.

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