Simple Fall Floral Grapevine Wreath
This DIY Fall Floral Grapevine Wreath is so pretty! Filled with faux fall flowers in shades of orange, white and blue, this rustic wreath is so simple to make. Learn how to make one for your own home!
Hello Fall! What better way to welcome in a new season than with a new wreath on your front door?! Grapevine wreaths are so easy to make, and the decor possibilities are endless. Grab some inspiration here on how to make your own fall floral wreath!
Choose a colour scheme.
This year I chose to decorate my fall home with shades of terracotta and blue. I carried these colours right from the wreath on my front door, into my living room and fall table setting…and I LOVE it. I think this is one of my most favourite fall colour schemes yet. But you don’t have to use these colours in particular, choose the ones that suit you best.
DIY Off Centre Wreath
This wreath is a little different than the wreaths I’ve made in past years, and it’s all in the way that I’ve hung the flowers. I tried something new and decided to hang the floral stems off centre. And I’m really loving how it looks!
Rustic, wild and gorgeous!
I think there’s no better way than that to describe this fall wreath! I wanted it to look wild, and natural and with all the feelings of fall, and I think that goal was met. I love the colours, textures and everything about it.
What you need to make this fall floral grapevine wreath:
- 1 grapevine wreath base: This is the 18 inch wreath base from Michaels.
- floral stems: I used about 4 full mixed flower stems, plus 3 faux sunflowers. I buy the full stems of flowers then cut them into pieces so that I can stuff them into the wreath base.
- ribbon: To hang the wreath I used a blue striped ribbon from Michaels.
Wreath Making Instructions:
The best thing about making this fall wreath is how easy it is to put together. You don’t even need a glue gun or floral wire to secure anything to the grapevine wreath base, I just make sure the floral stems are long enough to stuff into the base. Not only does this make the wreath so simple to make, but it’s also great because I can reuse the stems and grapevine wreath base over and over for each season.
- Hang the wreath base on a wreath hanger on an inside door. It’s much easier to put together a wreath while it’s hanging in front of you, rather than trying to make a wreath while it’s laying on a table.
- Make it symmetrical. Because this wreath has the flowers on only one side of the wreath base, choose a centre spot on the one side and work out from there. Start by stuffing in 3 sunflowers at the centre of the left side of the wreath…one small one, one big one, one more small one.
- Then continue to stuff different floral sprigs, 2 at a time, one on each side of the sunflowers, for balance. Basically, what I do to the top, I do to the bottom.
- Keep stuffing until it looks the way you like. Balance with different colours and textures.
- Step back, have a look and see if both sides mirror each other, and add and adjust as needed.
- Then to finish it off I used some ribbon to hang it from my door.
- All done!
This fall wreath is just gorgeous!! Thank you for sharing such a beautiful project! I will try to see what I can come up with. Also, I cannot get enough of your dog!!! He or she is so adorable!! Every time I read your blog, I look forward to seeing your dog!!
Keep the pics coming! Thanks from a fellow Canadian 🇨🇦
Thank you so much Lola! I hope you do make one for your own home, this wreath is so simple, I promise! Also, I think I need to share more pictures of Blu, he’s such a handsome little guy!