10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

While the hot summer months aren’t very conducive for crafting, the slight cool down at the beginning of September might be the perfect time to start on your fall crafts and decorating.

The colors of fall include vibrant shades of orange, red and yellow mixed with subtle shades of browns and offer a lot of options when it comes to decorating the home or exploring fall outfits.

Top 10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore

With the advent of online tutorials and numerous bloggers who showcase easy crafting tips, there is no dearth of ideas when it comes to DIY seasonal wreaths. Here are our top 10 picks for fall wreath ideas that you can explore this weekend. With a few weeks to go before the first day of fall, you still have enough time to pick your favorite wreath style, shop for the required materials and create your own special wreath(s) this fall.

1. Cookie Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Make an edible wreath with homemade or storebought cookies, preferably in fall colors and shapes. Remember that since these cookies are perishable, the wreath may not last long, especially when hung outdoors.

2. Burlap Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Burlap offers a unique, rustic look and is perfect for the harvest season. Mix regular brown burlap with orange or green for a more seasonal look. It can be quite inexpensive too.

3. Cotton Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Use fresh (if available) or faux cotton flowers and make a classy, rustic wreath on a grapevine or foam base. Add some color with seasonal berries or leaves.

4. Marigold Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Marigolds are common during the fall and with the different hues of orange, red and yellow, they are the perfect flowers for a fresh fall wreath. You could hang it on the door, use it as a wall decor in the living room or as a centerpiece for your fall entertaining.

5. Pumpkin and Gourd Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Pumpkins and gourds are synonymous with fall, so what better way to welcome the fall and your guests than with a brightly colored pumpkin and gourd wreath on your front door?

6. Fall Leaves Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Use fresh leaves from your yard or buy faux leaves from the craft store to create a stunning fall leaves wreath that can adorn your door, windows or walls throughout the season. Add a personal touch by incorporating pinecones, berries and dried flowers.

7. Hydrangea Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Whether you choose to use fresh hydrangea or buy artificial ones, your wreath will surely impress.

8. Autumn Berries Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Fresh or dried berries can make for a stunning display, especially when made on a grapevine base that can enhance the natural look of the wreath.

9. Apples and Pears Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Another wreath that will charm your neighbors and guests is this apples and pears wreath that can feature fresh fruits from a recent fruit picking trip or faux fruits combined with other fall staples like pumpkins and acorns.

10. Halloween Wreath

10 Fall Wreath Ideas to Explore This Weekend

Last but not the least, let’s not forget Halloween. Create a spooky black wreath on a grapevine base, complete with small cutouts of bats, spiders and Jack O’ Lanterns.

Head to your local craft store this weekend, with these ideas in tow, and create some fabulous wreaths to get your home decked up for the fall.


References

Staff, C. L. (2018, June 13). 35 Gorgeous Fall Wreaths to Hang on Your Front Door. Retrieved from https://www.countryliving.com/diy-crafts/g1988/fall-craft-projects/

Bowie, R. (2018, July 26). 30 Fall Wreaths That Celebrate the Best Parts of Autumn. Retrieved from https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/craft-ideas/how-to/g859/fall-wreaths/