Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons and with so much color and texture all around, it's only natural to want to bring it into your home, These DIY fall wreath ideas are simple to craft and the perfect way to add seasonal decor to your home.
Hang an autumn-inspired wreath from your mantle alongside other fall decor ideas ready to wow guests all season long. Whether you want to use fresh or dried foliage, mini gourd or even wooden beads for a contemporary finish, there will be a fall wreath to suit your home. Cozy up over a weekend or on a chilly weeknight and enjoy trying out these three simple crafts.
Simple Fall Hoop Wreath
We're in love with this minimal DIY fall wreath. that only takes about a half hour to make. It work well with all sorts of home decor and particularly if you like laid back interiors that are a little less fussy. Hang yours in your hallway or even over a mantle.
- Gold hoop wreath
- Two fall floral stems
- Mini pumpkin
- Floral wire and cutters
- Hot glue gun
1. Wrap the floral sprigs
Starting with the floral sprigs, hold them in your hand, opposite of one another and wrap with floral wire to secure them together.
2. Prepare the pumpkins
Poke floral wire through the bottom of your mini pumpkin and reinforce with hot glue.
3. Secure your pumpkins
Allow it to dry then place in the center of the floral arrangement and wrap the wire around to secure the pumpkin.
4. Piece together
Use floral wire to attach the floral arrangement to the bottom of the gold hoop wreath.
5. Hang the wreath
Hang on a door, over a vintage window, on a mirror or a vintage printer's tray!
Fall Wood Bead Wreath
This is one of the more contemporary DIY fall wreath ideas that still lends itself to creating an autumnal feel that's close to nature, around the home.
- 16 - 2 1/2" Unfinished split wood beads
- Cardboard wreath frame
- Fall floral sprigs and greenery
- Two mini pumpkins
- Rub 'N Buff, paint brush
- Floral wire and cutters
- Hot glue gun
1. Prepare the wreath frame
Start by laying out your wreath frame. Then Using hot glue, attach the split wood balls to the frame, butting them up against each other until you get 3/4 around the frame. Leave the rest open for the DIY fall wreath floral arrangement.
2. Divide and arrange the florals
Cut and divide your florals evenly, reserving a flower for the center. Form two equal arrangements and secure with floral wire towards the bottom of each bouquet.
Lay each bouquet opposite of one another, overlapping the stems and secure them together with floral wire.
3. Paint your mini pumpkins
Next, paint your mini pumpkins with Rub 'N Buff. Allow to dry completely then poke floral wire through the bottom of each pumpkin and secure with hot glue. Wrap the pumpkins around the floral arrangement, one on either side, covering the stems.
4. Secure the reserved flower
Poke floral wire through the flower that you reserved from earlier. Secure with hot glue and attach to the center of the arrangement.
5. Attach your arrangement to the wreath
Now you're ready to attach your arrangement to the wreath. Spread hot glue over the part of the wreath you left uncovered. Press the arrangement onto the frame and then use floral wire on either side of the arrangement to finish securing the floral arrangement to the wreath.
6. Hang the wreath
Hang your beautiful new wreath on a door, window, hook, or mirror and enjoy!
Classic floral and foliage fall wreath
A classic fall wreath look plentiful of burnt orange florals, red berries and delicate foliage. This will work so well outside to make an entry to any houseguest around Thanksgiving and even Halloween.
- Oasis naturebase biofoam ring
- Autumn foliage (head to the park people)
- Gold spray paint
- Floral scissors
- Twine or ribbon to hang
1. gather your flowers and foliage
Have a look round your backyard, visit the local florist or supermarket or even the local park (don't pick it, just pick it up off the ground) for some lovely autumn foliage. Branches, leaves, berries whatever takes your fancy.
For the flowers, Bloom & Wild make stunning fall bouquets that you can pinch a few stems from to give your autumn wreath even more depth. For this particular wreath, the Orla bouquet was used. If you want, you could spray some of your foliage gold to add a touch of glam.
2. Arrange the foliage
Soak your oasis first until it's full and feels heavy. Then start off by adding your foliage. Go around the circle in one direction, pushing the stems of your branches so they all mostly lie facing the same way, you can add a bit of texture by alternating it every now and then.
3. Add in your flowers
Take your flower stems, trim them at an angle so they are about 8cm long and push them into your oasis. Do plan how you want it to look beforehand though to save damaging the flowers and the oasis by pulling them out – think about whether you want flowers dispersed all around the wreath or in clusters.
4. Hang the wreath
Then all that is left is to hang your wreath, just use some twine or get some decorative ribbon to wrap round the top. Or, of course, you could use it as an autumnal table centrepiece or hang it on a wall indoors. We love fresh flowers and foliage for this, but of course faux flowers and foliage will give it an all-year-round appeal!
What do you put on an autumn wreath?
The beauty of fall wreaths is that they can be styled in so many different ways whether you're filling yours with foliage, painted tiny pumpkins or fresh florals.
When it comes to hanging your wreath, the classic option is above your front door, and it can be combined with pumpkins and ghouls for Halloween, or left as is for Thanksgiving.
Go for an LED-lit version and it'll glow in the evenings, welcoming your dinner guests. Or, hang your wreath indoors, above your mantle: if it's a more minimalist style, it'll make an easy transition into Christmas if you add in holly and other evergreens.
- Thank you to the lovely folks at Bloom & Wild for the third stunning final wreath.