How To Make a Simple Fall Grapevine Wreath

Who else is ready for fall? I am so excited to show you how to make a simple fall grapevine wreath today!

I put together this quick and easy wreath tutorial for you. These three wreaths, only took me about 25 minutes to make, and all for under $30.


So if you are looking for a wreath for your front door, or want to sprinkle some fall on your walls this season, this is the DIY for you!

I am always looking for a budget friendly way to add new decor to my home for each new season. You can make this elegant, budget friendly project for about $10 a wreath,

First here are all the supplies you will need.

3 grapevine wreaths fall florals wheat bush glue sticks floral wire and ribbon sitting on table

DIY Wreath Materials

A Few Tips

  • Use a few types of florals and bushes for texture. Don’t overdo it stick with a few types.
  • You may need to trim the picks and florals to add to the wreath.
  • You can also use zip ties to keep your bows/florals in place
  • Be careful if you are using hot glue, you can get burned. I know I have many times!
  • I don’t like to fill the entire wreath, I like to leave most of the grapevine exposed. just reminds me of fall.
  • Most of all have fun. There is no wrong or right, just be creative and create something you love.

Now that we have all of our supplies let’s get started.

Let’s DIY

Now I will walk you through exactly how I made these three fall wreaths.

3 Fall Grape Vine Wreaths sitting on a table

Be prepared to make a mess. Grapevine wreaths tend to shed when you are working with them.

The first thing I did was grab a wheat bush for each wreath.

Separated them down the middle so half of the bush was on one side, and half was on the other.

3 Fall Grape Vine Wreaths with wheat bush on them sitting on table

Once they were separated I took floral wire and secured each side. I pushed the stem through the back of the grapevine wreath before securing.

attaching fall bush to grapevine wreaths

Now it was time to add the flowers. I only used 2 bushels of flowers between all three wreaths.

I attached two cream flowers to the middle then a yellow and rust one to each side to balance it off.

fall florals variety of colors sitting on table

next I places a little hot glue to make sure the flowers remain in place.

attaching variety of fall floral colors to grapevine wreath

Using this adorable orange gingham ribbon I tied three simple ribbons to add to the top of the wreath. You could use a much thicker ribbon just depending on your preference.

fall ribbon on fall floral grapevine wreath

Once I had them all tied I used a little bit of hot glue to put them in place.


It is definitely time to add a bit of fall flare to this empty accent wall.

fall wrreaths with brooms on wall

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How To Make a Simple Fall Grapevine Wreath
  1. Phyllis Goodrum says:

    Love the toilet roll pumpkins!!
    Just wish I could see the bottom! Didn’t know if you wrapped or cut the yarn,

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