We're not taking decorative gourd season for granted.
It's nearly time to open your doors to fall—but first, you've got to make sure those doors are spiffed up for the season! Any one of these DIY fall wreaths will get the job done and leave your front porch looking cozy and festive. Face it: A lot happens between September to November—Halloween, Thanksgiving, and all the autumn entertaining in between—and these fall wreath ideas are the key to making sure your guests feel like you've put real thought into making every inch of your home inviting. Welcome them in with a cheery, apple-inspired fall door wreath, hold onto the last days of summer with a eucalyptus fall wreath DIY, or jump right into the new season with a flurry of faux leaves.
Whatever you choose, your creativity's bound to be noticed and appreciated. After all, your front door gets the most traffic of any area of your home, and it's the first thing your friends and family members will see when they arrive. It's why we wholly approve spending time putting leaves, flowers, gourds, and sweet greetings on display—these autumn wreath ideas really do make a difference! Looking for some extra credit? Come October, try switching these beauties out for a spookier Halloween wreath.
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