Add a whimsical touch to your wedding with this Floral Wedding Hoop that can be used for backdrops or even centerpieces on your big day. If you want to make them bigger – use hula hoops instead. You’ll need a Tomato Cage to extract three rings from , some Copper Spray Paint , Copper Wire and some Faux Flowers. Start by spray painting the rings and allow to dry. Once dry you can arrange the three rings in whatever position you like and attach them in place using copper wire. Now you are ready to add your flowers. You could also mix fairy lights through them to give them an even more whimsical feel.
DIY Floral Wedding Hoop
We have included this video tutorial from Rachel Estrada to show you how they made their Floral Wedding Hoop.
Floral Hoop Table Centerpiece
Here, a hula hoop has been painted white and foliage and flowers have been glued on to make this very pretty centerpiece.
Hula Hoop Turned Centerpiece
To make a golden ring, you can either use gold tape around a hula hoop or simply spray paint it gold for the same effect. This is a great one for all sorts of parties from showers to birthdays.
Spring Floral Hoops
To recreate this look, suspend a hula hoop from a rail and use hang clear candle ornaments at different heights within this.
Minimal Floral Rings
Begin by spray painting three hula hoops gold and once dry you can attach your floral arrangement how you want to recreate this idea.
Floral Wedding Hoop
Make an impact with this dramatic ring which is wrapped with faux grass and roses and suspended from the ceiling.
Hula Hoop Wreath
Make this pretty wreath for your door by wrapping jute or twine around a hula hoop and adding flowers where you want them.
Add passion by layering red roses onto the base of the hoop.