Happy first day of November! Otherwise known as the day after Halloween… or the day after I ate my bodyweight in candy.. or the day we gained an hour (woo hoo)!
I’m doing a fall wreath roundup today on the blog since the Halloween decorations are coming down and everyone is getting ready for Thanksgiving. Or everyone is at least starting to think about Thanksgiving…
I on the other hand start to think about Christmas, but my husband will not let me decorate until after Thanksgiving. Is it too soon to start listening to Christmas music?
Here is our “porch” decorated for fall.
Not much of a porch, right? I gave up my sweet southern porch when we moved up to DC. Maybe a better word to describe this space would be stoop?
I posted this picture on Instagram and received a lot of questions from you guys wondering where I got the wreath from.
I bought this fall swag a few years ago from a local garden center in Wilmington, NC called Pender Pines and unfortunately they do not sell this item anymore. Bummer.
This wreath has held up so well over the years and I definitely recommend checking our your local garden centers for fall swag. You can find some really unique pieces at them and prices tend to be more affordable.
If you are doing a little online wreath shopping this year, I’ve put together a fall wreath roundup for you!
These are a few of my favorite wreaths…
I loooove this Green Harvest Pumpkin wreath from Pottery Barn. I almost bought it but decided to stick with my colorful fall wreath for another year. This simple, gorgeous wreath compliments almost any style front door. Or move it indoors! Wreaths look great in the home. The white pumpkins and greenery are perfect for that neutral fall look that I blogged about a few weeks ago.
Another wreath from Pottery Barn that I am loving this season is their Corn Husk wreath.
Corn husks are a great accent for fall. I bought some cheap at our local farmers market and I have them scattered around our home.
My next item? A pinecone wreath.
You guys, pinecone wreaths are elegant yet understated and are perfect for this time of year. It’s a great transitional wreath that will get you through all of the holidays! Check out this DIY pinecone wreath from songbird. I love the flecks of gold in this wreath.
I may be making this for Christmas this year!
The pinecone wreath below is from Napa Style and it feels a little more fall than the DIY wreath from Songbird.
Here are the rest of my favorite wreaths for the season. Do you have any favorites that I’ve missed?