A few weeks ago, I shared a DIY pumpkin vase fall floral arrangement. I was inspired by that arrangement to make a simple fall wreath and I am super excited to share the DIY steps with you.
This rustic fall wreath was SO EASY to make. It only took two items—the third item is optional. Of course, as with everything, you can customize this to fit your seasonal decor with the fall foliage available, the colors you like, the size, and more. I used this woven vine wreath , some fall branches , and if you want you can use floral wire to secure everything. I weaved my fall branches into the vines and wrapped the stem (stems with floral wire in them work best or you can use your own floral wire) around the vines a few times to secure. I love to play with the shape of putting all the fall foliage around the wreath or just to the side, you can totally customize it to your own preferences. I think this one was extra simple for me because I chose branches that had multiple seasonal elements on them like pumpkins, leaves, and berries. I had to use less branches for fullness and in turn did less work for a pretty look.
I love this wreath on its own and I will be using it for Christmas and other winter looks, but for this fall look added cozy fall foliage. I love that you can stick the branches in the tight woven parts and bend the branches around the woven vines to temporarily attach them to the wreath. This is great because I can reuse the wreath base over and over through the seasons—making this a budget friendly item that can be used all year round. I used a backdrop of my antique terracotta collection because I love the rustic garden feel of the wreath mixed with the terracotta. I also added in some battery powered votives for an added glow.
I selected some grape vine wreaths and fall branches below as inspiration for you to make your own: