We love fall décor, but we hate the high price tags! A nice fall wreath can cost you $50 – $60 and we knew we could create one for a fraction of the cost. With a few simple materials, a gorgeous wreath doesn’t need to break the bank! An added bonus? When you choose the DIY route, everything is customizable. You can select your favorite floral options, colors that match your decor and styling, and all those little details that you don’t get to select on a pre-made wreath.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
- Grapevine wreath (we used an 18 inch)
- Floral wire
- Hot glue gun
- Bow or ribbon to make a bow (we used burlap ribbon!)
- A variety of fall themed silk florals
- Scissors or garden clippers
Before you head to the store, check out some craft store websites. There are almost always awesome coupons that help cut down the costs!
The assembly of your wreath is actually easier than you think! Before securing anything, try laying out your florals in various patterns on top of your wreath. Once you settle on something you like, start clipping off the extra length of the stems. To secure the florals, we used a combination of hot glue and floral wire. We left some of the blooms with longer stems to give the wreath more depth, so the wire gave it extra security to prevent shifting.
After you’ve finished securing your florals, finish your wreath with a bow and you’re ready to go! We love how quick and simple this DIY is, especially for something you can enjoy for months every season.