For a spring wreath transformation, click here for all the details.
Whether you are starting from scratch or are redoing your current wreath, below you will find all the materials needed:
Starting from scratch:
- Natural Grapevine Wreath
- Easy to work with wreath with greenery (works for spring/summer/fall)
Get the look:
- Greenery (I could not find mine, but I have linked similar ones)
- Cute fall door mat
- White plant pots or White Ceramic Planters
- Front Decorative Rug
Paint the Dollar Tree mini-pumpkins white. You could also just purchase white mini-pumpkins (linked above).
Gather all the fall materials. The brown and orange color flowers used complement the greenery perfectly. Find greenery that is not too green as it will give you the flexibility to use autumn colors along with it.
Cut the fall flowers from the bouquet and any greenery with a diagonal plier.
Arrange all the fall decor on the wreath to your liking and then tie them into place with floral wire.
Lastly, place a few of the same flowers added to the wreath into any surrounding pots to assure cohesiveness. As a bonus, if your flowers start to dry out, the faux flowers will maintain the splash of color while you bring the real ones back to life!
Following these simple tips will surely bring those wonderful autumn colors to your front door!
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