Fall wreaths are some of my very favorite things ever. Right up there with pumpkins of all colors; crisp, cool mornings and Autumnal Everything.
As soon as that calendar page flips over to September, I’m digging through my bins of Fall decor and celebrating like crazy! Brew the coffee, button up the coats, grab the mittens and bring home all the gourds and pumpkins….FALL IS HERE!!!
Fall beckons us to embrace chilly mornings, crunchy leaves, bonfires, boots and scarves. Oh, my…don’t even get me started on scarves…
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Nine Fall Wreaths Worth Drooling Over
But today, let’s focus on wreaths. Glorious Fall wreaths. I looked around and found nine of the most beautiful Fall wreaths ever. (Why nine? I don’t know…it’s just the number I had stuck in my head. Sometimes you just gotta go with it) ;). Some are DIY and some are purchased – so in whichever camp you find yourself, there’s something for you here.
Do you have the time and inspiration to DIY? I’ve got you covered.
Are you tight on time or maybe you prefer to just purchase your wreaths? I’ve got your back.
Fall Wreaths For Everyone!
This wreath from Ella Claire Inspired is one of the EASIEST wreaths I came across! (can I get an amen for easy peasy?)
You know of my affection for all things neutral and white, yes? Well, this gorgeous wreath from Blooming Homestead has me swooning. I love her use of both dark and light wheat stocks – it brings great depth and dimension to her lovely DIY Fall wreath.
If you’ve seen photos of my house here on the blog or on Instagram, you know that most of my home is painted white and we’ve kept the lovely, original dark woodwork. I adore the look and this adorable acorn fall wreath from The Girl Creative reminds me of this classic combo. The dark color of the acorns and the light colored burlap ribbon provides beautiful, nature-inspired elegance.
Speaking of beloved burlap…this easy burlap wreath from Farmhouse Made is perfect in so many ways – I think my favorite thing about it is that it can so easily be transitioned to suit any season! Spring? Add some tulips and blossoming twigs! Summer? Hydrangeas are divine. Fall? A few sprigs of faux leaves, some berries and antlers. Winter? Timeless evergreens, snow-dusted pine cones and holly berries. In just a few minutes of switching out your accents, this wreath really could stay up year round.
More Fall Wreath Goodness…
This stunning wreath from Paint Yourself a Smile had me at hello. Her genius idea for how to completely transform these little pumpkins with chalky spray paint had me thinking, “Why didn’t I think of that?!” This wreath is a fantastic way to bring in some fall decor without feeling the need to go all orange and yellow (in case that’s not your thing).
Now, if you’re not into neutrals as much as I am and find yourself craving some COLOR. I’m tellin’ ya – I’ve found a showstopper! This wreath from Time With Thea has *even me* thinking about bright, bold colors!! The first time I saw it, all I could say was, “WOW. Just….wow”. This is a jaw-dropper. Completely stunning. Drop-dead gorgeous. If you’re into color, this is your wreath.
Here’s another fall wreath with great texture and movement. I love the “wildness” of the branches and ornamental grasses! Virginia Sweet Pea shows how she assembled this sweet wreath – what a fun way to welcome guests, with this hanging on your front door.
Still More Fall Wreaths!
Here, Create and Babble strikes a nice balance between neutrals and color…and she does a great job with it, too! With detailed instructions and helpful tips, she walks you through the simple process. Nicely done!
Last, but certainly not least, this is a wreath that even the most “self-professed non-DIYer” can do! Angie from Country Chic Cottage has a fantastic FIVE MINUTE Fall Wreath! 5 minutes. Seriously. Does it get any faster or easier than that? I think not! And with results like this, I think I’ll make twenty. 😉
Oh my goodness. With all these glorious fall wreaths, I think I need more doors on which to display them! I’ll be a wreath-making fool! 😀 Perhaps I’ll just start hanging them all over my house. On empty window panes, on interior doors (who says you can’t hang wreaths on interior doors?), above beds…everywhere!
Are you in love with Fall decor, too? I’d love to hear your favorite ideas for how you decorate for fall – let me know in the comments!
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