Dried Floral Valentine's Day Wreath
For the holiday of love, arrange this asymmetrical wreath with romantic flair. Opt for pretty pink hues like warm-toned pampas grass, stardust gypsophila, and bunny tails.
This idea comes from our friend Ashley Poskin. "If you're looking to tone down your Valentine's Day décor from the usual bright pinks and reds to something a bit more subtle and natural, dried flowers and ornamental grasses are a beautiful and sustainable option," she says. "When creating your dried floral wreath, it's helpful to have three different types of flowers or grasses: Something long and springy (like long-stem bunny tails), something with great texture (like preserved ferns), and something that easily creates depth (like stardust gypsophila)." Her tip: Work on a cleaned surface, and use vases or jars to bundle your floral varieties by type.