To create the velvet bow, cut a 45-inch-long piece of ribbon. It sounds long, but trust us, having extra ribbon is better than not enough! Make double loops at about 7 inches from one end and 7 inches from the other. The double loops should be about 5 inches long. You should have a few inches of the ribbon hanging in the center. With the double loops gathered together in each of your hands (it takes a bit of practice), tie them together like you would a classic bow, and pull tight to create a four-looped bow.
Thread florists wire through the back of the ribbon knot and tie around the wreath. There are several options for hanging your wreath—hooks to hangers. Use our helpful wreath-hanging tips to display your finished white berry wreath without damaging your door.