This DIY Fall grapevine wreath is so romantic! Filled with faux pampas grass, olive branches, pumpkins and roses, it's soft and neutral with lots of texture. Learn how to make one for your Autumn decor to display on you front door this season!
This blog post is part of a seasonal blog hop. Make sure to check out all of the other DIY Fall wreath ideas from my blogging friends linked at the bottom of this post!
This autumn, I want to decorate my home in more neutral colours. As much as I love colours of all kinds, I'm craving the calmness that neutrals can bring.
This DIY Fall grapevine wreath is neutral with it's creamy white and green tones, but it's anything but boring!
It has a ton of texture from faux pampas grass and a variety of faux florals and greenery. It's a mish-mash of elements I already had on hand, and I love how romantic it turned out to be!
Here's how to make a romantic DIY Fall grapevine wreath
Start with an 18" grapevine wreath base. I love grapevine wreath forms because they hold all of the faux florals so well and can be reused over and over again!
Curve two faux pampas stems to match the shape of the wreath base. Insert them into the middle left of the base, and tack them down with hot glue if required. You can buy faux pampas from Luxe B Pampas Grass here. (P.S. Use the code THEDIYMOMMY to get 20% off your Luxe B order from their website or Etsy Shop!)
Next, attach some larger flowers to the center left of the wreath, where the pampas stems meet. I stick the stem of my florals deep into the wreath and only use a small amount of hot glue as needed.
Now, layer in some smaller florals and faux pumpkins, tacking as needed with your hot glue gun. The goal is to have the majority of your elements on the center left section of the wreath and taper out from there.
Finish the wreath off by inserting and glueing down some faux olive branches at the top and bottom of the floral area...
... and add some faux fall leaves.
You can fill any bare spots in the wreath as needed with more smaller florals and greenery.
All done! Hang on your front door or use your DIY Fall grapevine wreath as a mantel centerpiece.
- 18" grapevine wreath base
- Faux pampas stems
- Faux neutral florals, large and small
- Faux pumpkins
- Faux olive branches
- Hot glue gun
- Curve two faux pampas stems to match the shape of the wreath base.
- Insert them into the middle left of the base, and tack them down with hot glue if required.
- Attach some larger flowers to the center left of the wreath, where the pampas stems meet.
- Layer in some smaller florals and faux pumpkins, tacking as needed with your hot glue gun.
- Finish the wreath off by inserting and gluing down some faux olive branches at the top and bottom of the floral area.
I stick the stem of my florals deep into the wreath and only use a small amount of hot glue as needed.
Now it's time for more DIY Fall wreath ideas from my blogging friends!
Click the links below to visit each blog post.
Gathered Fall Wreath // Finding Lovely
Mini Pampas Grass Wreath // Modern Glam
DIY Fall Wreath With Dried Florals // The Happy Housie
Felt Leaf Wreath Tutorial // Happy Happy Nester
Fall Metal and Leaf Wreath // My 100 Year Old Home
Dollar Store Pumpkin Fall Wreath // Tatertots & Jello
Bird Feeder Wreath // My Sweet Savannah
Romantic DIY Grapevine Wreath // The DIY Mommy
Nature Inspired Twig Wreath for Fall // Twelve On Main
More DIY Fall Wreaths
This large Fall wreath features both dried and faux flowers and leaves, faux roses, dried blood oranges, and an upcycled satin bow. It's in lovely, soft shades of pink, orange, and green and perfect for your boho or French Country farmhouse decor.
Learn how to make a beautiful fall floral grapevine wreath in shades of rose gold, copper, and green.