Fifty Fall Wreath Ideas & Inspiration For the Entire Autumn Season

It has been awhile my friends and I am beyond thrilled to finally be getting back into the swing of things. As much as I would have loved for it to be sooner – the fall always seems to energize me with optimism for renewed possibilities along with plans and dreams for new beginnings.
Thank you all for your continued support, prayers and thoughts.
The warm hues of the season are all around in my neck of the woods and one of my favorite things on the fall to-do is creating a festive welcoming porch -
which all begins with a fantastic wreath for the season.

This weekends post showcases fifty different ideas and inspiration for fall wreaths sure to welcome any guest at your front door. The simplicity found in many of these autumn wreaths gives them the ability to last throughout the fall season all the way to Christmas – which is an added plus.

Pumpkin, Gourd & Leaf Wreath via Pottery Barn
Mixed Pumpkin, Gourd & Leaf Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
Pumpkin and Moss Wreath Via Williams Sonoma
 Candy Embellished Mini Pumpkin Wreath via Country Home
 White Pumpkin and Pistachio Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
 Indian Corn Cob and Husk Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
Dried Corn Wreath via Martha Stewart 
 Acorn Wreath via All You
Mixed Nut Embellished Wooden Frame Wreath via Midwest Living
 Mixed Nut Wreath via Yankee Magazine
Feather Embellished Nut Wreath via Midwest Living
Corn Husk Sunburst Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
Harvest Corn Husk Wreath via Martha Stewart
RIT Dyed Corn Husk Wreath via Martha Stewart
Corn Husk and Leaf Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
Horseshoe Shaped Wheat Wreath via Martha Stewart
Easy Strung Fall Leaf Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
 Bittersweet Rake Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
 Linen Fabric Flower Wreath via West Elm
 
Ribbon Wreath via Papier D’Amour
Ribbon Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
Crocheted Knit Yarn Wreath (free pattern & full tutorial) via Good Knits
Dyed Pompom Berry Wreath via Martha Stewart
Acrylic Bead Wreath via Family Circle
Wooden Bead Wreath via Sweet Paul
Cut Wooden Dowel Rod Wreath via Built By Kids
Rustic Wooden Branch Wreath via Provincial Home Living
 Cut Natural Twig Wreath via Factory Direct Craft
Simple Burlap Bow Twig Wreath via Better Homes and Gardens
Pine Cone Wreaths via Porchscapes
 Painted Pine Cone Wreath via Papier D’Amour
Pomegranate Embellished Pine Cone Wreath via Country Home
Ribbon Tied Hanging Pinecones via Family Circle
Sprayed Sweet Gum Wreath via Martha Stewart
Wooden Clothespin Wreath via Woman’s Day
Crepe Paper (Party Streamer) Wreath via Country Living
Paper Leaf Wreath via Paper Source
 Recycled Book Page Leaf Wreaths via Martha Stewart
 (Construction) Paper Cone Wreath by Eddie Ross via Woman’s Day
Mosaic Mirror Wreath via West Elm

 Gold Thumb Tack Wreath via Canadian Family

Rope Wrapped Wreath via Polka Dot Made
Natural Feather Wreath via National Wild Turkey Federation
 Edible Cookie Wreath via Country Living 
 
Wrapped Hard Candy Wreath via Martha Stewart
 Dried Pasta Wreath via Stonewall Kitchen
Apple Harvest Grapevine Wreath via Country Home
Apple Welcome Wreath via Karin Lidbeck
Fresh Orange Embellished Wooden Frame via Better Homes and Gardens
Fresh Orange and Kumquat Wreath via Country Home
p.s. don’t forget our feathered friends…
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Comments

  1. What a lovely post! These are some seriously amazing autumn wreaths! I’m loving all the textures, from pumpkins and leaves to nuts and corn. Great inspiration, thank you!

  2. Hi Stephanie Lynn: Glad that you are back! I loved this post–especially love the look of the orange and kumquat wreath–what a pretty idea for the winter holidays! I’ll be back for the party later :)

  3. Hey Stephanie Lynn, so glad to hear your voice again. I know, I’m crazy but I have missed you and pray that all your new possibilities work out exactly the way you want them to.
    All the wreaths are awesome.I like too many to decide, but I have already done an acorn wreath, but it needs something and these pics have inspired me. Thanks for the post. So glad you are back!

  4. WHEW! That was a bunch to look at. Everyone unique in their own way. Thanks for gathering them up. Have a great week. Too many for me to pick just one.

  5. I love your round-ups, the wreaths are beautiful! I’ve missed hearing from you and I’m so happy to see your post. :)

  6. So happy you are are going to come back!!! Missed your wonderful blog posts over the past year. Your blog was/is one of my favorites! – Karen

  7. It is so lovely to see you posting again! You were greatly missed. Hugs!

        

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