DIY Fall Flower Wreath
This is my first fall owning a house and I am TRYING not to go overboard on fall decor. It’s hard though because pumpkins are awesome and I never knew how much I actually love festivity. Settling into a home will do it to you 🙂 Or maybe having kids? I don’t know but I am all of a sudden all about the celebrations.
So, on that note, I made a really easy fall wreath for our front door and a mini wreath for the nursery that I want to share! I needed something that worked for the season but also kind of feminine and not over the top cheesy with too much orange and brown.
Here is what you will need:
- Hot Glue Gun
- Grapevine Wreath
- Fake Flowers
- Pick a few colors of flowers that you love. You should buy the bunch of them and not by the individual flower. Keep in mind that you can use the greenery attached as well.
First, pick the flowers off of the bunches. Usually they pop right off but if not just cut them! Also pull some of the leaves off so you can fill in with them on your wreath.
Second, layout your grapevine wreath and start placing the biggest flowers on the side of the wreath (left or right – whichever side you want your design to be on). As you move out from the center of the side choose smaller and smaller flowers. Move them around as much as you want until you love the placing.
Third, start hot gluing from the middle of your flower design and move out. You can add leaves for filler as you like.
I have two examples below. A mini wreath for the baby room and a big one for our front door! With your bunches of flowers you will have plenty to go around so grab an extra wreath to make for a friend or another room in your house!