Pumpkin and Floral Fall Wreath For The Front Door
This fall wreath, filled with Burgundy, burnt orange, white, and green is such a romantic take on fall decor. It’s also the perfect way to greet guests at the door.
In truth, I honestly felt like this fall wreath was stocking me. Every time I went to Pinterest it would appear in my feed. After a few times I said it was fate, saved the photo, and scooted off to Michaels in search of supplies. Thankfully all the floral was 50% off. So scoot in and grab your own if you read this post in the first few days of publishing!
Shop wreath supplies
Although I couldn’t find the exact products I used online, these stems are very similar to my color pallet.
Making the wreath
Set out all stems and wreath on a space it’s okay to use hot glue on. Turn on and warm up hot glue gun. While gun is warming, cut all flowers and greenery short to work into the wreath.
Once all flowers and greens are cut, start by placing the pumpkins onto the wreath first. Once pumpkins are on, place flowers around pumpkins.
After you’ve placed all the floral and pumpkins on, you’re ready to start adding in the greenery sticks.
Usually, I place the greenery all going the same direction. This creates some flow to the wreath. Hold up off of table very few stems making sure you don’t have huge holes you need to fill.
Then stand back and enjoy your work!
I ended up adding a few sticks of real wheat to bring in a little golden fall colors. This wreath is the perfect addition to the front door. Now if I can finally get around to painting the door itself we’d be in business.
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oh my, I love it
Thank you!!! It was a lot of fun to make!
What do you use to get the pumpkins to stick? Love it!
I super glued sticks into the pumpkin bottoms. (They are styrofoam) And stuck them into the grape vine wreath. 🙂