DIY Fall Wreaths!

By Paige Benton McKee

With fall coming next week on September 23, you need to have your house ready to welcome in the new season. The end of summer and beginning of fall is the perfect time to hunt for interesting and unique wreath components. Gorgeous natural pieces can be found in your yard, in the woods or anywhere around you! An Easy DIY Fall Wreath is the perfect way to adorn your front door and make your house look fall ready. Invest in a beautiful twig wreath that you can get from any craft store, and use these ideas as inspiration to decorate your wreath!

Materials

  • Twig Wreath base
  • Floral wire (to securely attach all pieces to the wreath)
  • Clippers
  • Plant material ideas: dried blooms, berries, seedpods, foliage (dried or live), sticks, moss, grasses, weeds, wildflowers, etc.

Your DIY Fall Wreath can be as intricate or simple as you like. Once you’ve collected your materials, let your imagination go wild! Use floral tape to securely fasten all pieces to your wreath base and don’t be afraid to cut live greenery and let it dry on your wreath.

Fall in Florida Wreath:

  • Palmetto leaves
  • Bamboo leaves
  • Pinecone lilies
  • Foxtail fern
  • Wandering Jew
  • Air plants

 

Hydrangea Wreath

  • Dried hydrangea blooms
  • Sycamore tree leaves
  • Vitex dried blooms/seeds

 

Traditional Fall Wreath

  • Magnolia leaves
  • Nandina leaves
  • Japanese maple leaves
  • Crepe myrtle seedpods

Photos By Langley Kate Photography