Top Unique Fall Wreaths You Won't Want to Miss

October 01, 2022  •  3 min read

Top Unique Fall Wreaths You Won't Want to Miss

Fall is a time for a change. The leaves turn yellow, orange, and red, the weather starts to get colder, and pumpkin spice starts appearing in stores. One of the best ways to celebrate fall is by decorating your home with festive fall wreaths. It’s the perfect way to create an outdoor decor display full of fall colors on your front porch. So how do you choose the perfect fall floral front door decor to celebrate the autumn harvest? This blog post will discuss some of the unique fall wreaths that you won't want to miss!

Why Fall Wreaths?

A fall wreath is a perfect way to welcome guests during the stunning autumn season and an easy way to add a touch of seasonal decor to your home. DIY fall wreaths can be made from various materials, including pinecones, hydrangea, acorns, magnolia, dried flowers, fall leaves, gourds, mums, pampas grass, peony, white pumpkins, eucalyptus leaves, fall flowers, or anything that represents the fall season. So whether you want a pumpkin wreath, pinecone wreath, or even an indoor wreath that matches your entryway, living room, dining room, or other Halloween decorations, there’s an abundance of options to choose from. There are endless options for fall wreaths to create, including floral wreaths, leaf wreaths, autumn wreaths, sunflower wreaths, berry wreaths, and grapevine wreaths. Any of these would be a wonderful addition to your autumn decor.

If you’re not into DIY projects and prefer the convenience of opening a box and easily hanging a gorgeous fall wreath on your front door, we’re highlighting some of our favorites below!

Gorgeous Harvest Wreaths

Get into the autumn spirit by showcasing a Harvest wreath full of beautiful tones! No matter if it's for Thanksgiving or just a fall decoration, a fall door wreath is a great way to welcome your guests. It also makes a thoughtful, one-of-a-kind gift for anyone who is looking for decorating ideas or a new fall door wreath.

Autumn Eucalyptus

This is the perfect time of year to buy an Autumn Eucalyptus wreath! Our eucalyptus wreaths are some of our best sellers for front door wreaths. They're perfect for fall, as they allow the autumn colors to take the main stage, but can be displayed any time of year. Our eucalyptus wreath is handmade with high-quality materials. You won't find anything like it in stores – it’s truly unique. This makes an excellent gift for friends and family members who love nature!

22” autumn wreath is handmade with silver dollar eucalyptus, green and root beer colored eucalyptus, golden-yellow salal leaves, and natural wheat on a dark white wood fence background.

 

Farmland Fall

Get your home ready for fall with this beautiful Farmland Fall wreath! The warm colors of autumn are the perfect way to celebrate the season. Our Farmland Fall wreath is designed with beautiful shades of red and orange, perfect for that cozy fall feeling. Hang this gorgeous Farmland Fall wreath anywhere in your home to enjoy its beauty. With simple, rustic elegance, it's a must-have for any fan of the autumn season.

Burgundy salal leaves, dijon oats, orange phalaris, natural flax, and red flax are perfectly blended in to a 22" wreath on a white wood fence background.

 

Giving Thanks Wreath

Get into the autumn spirit with our one-of-a-kind Giving Thanks wreath! This magnificent wreath is overflowing with beautiful colors and materials perfect for fall. It would be a great addition to your home décor or a gift for someone special. You'll love the natural elements used in this wreath, like corn husk, phalaris, natural flax, maple leaves, and dried quince slices. The result is an impressive design perfect for Thanksgiving, fall decorating, and gift-giving to someone special.

22" wreath made of corn husk, phalaris, natural flax, maple leaves, and dried quince slices on a white wood fence background.

 

We love fall and everything that comes with it. Browse our website to see our full selection of beautiful fall wreaths to celebrate the fall season.