In New England, cranberries are a resounding symbol of fall. Adorning a front door, they add a perfectly crimson punch of color.
The mix of white and ivory paper flowers is ethereal. This would be darling juxtaposed against my red front door — or any door for that matter.
Have you ever seen such a pretty monogram? I love the moss letters and burlap ribbon. It may need to grace this (almost) newlywed's door this season.
These hand-harvested magnolia leaves are reminiscent of a southern fall. The burlap ribbon adds a welcome element of whimsy.
If you're like me, you love pomegranates in the fall. Paired with golden magnolia leaves, the two combine the natural colors of fall perfectly.
This red pinecone wreath is a glamorous addition to autumn decor. The pinecones are finished in a high gloss, making them shine like rubies.
I love baking with fall fruit almost as much as I love incorporating it in my fall decor. The apples and pears on this wreath are subtly spectacular.
Step outside the box with a star-shaped wreath. This one will carry a front door from fall through the holidays.
The colors of this fiery wreath make me pine for pumpkin. I love the orange and red hues.
This twig-style wreath is almost too pretty to put outdoors. I love using a smaller wreath with an antique hurricane adorning the center as a grand centerpiece.
The foliage and berries adorning this wreath are pretty reminders of why fall is my favorite season. The colors blend beautifully.
The delicate look of this Sparkle Pinecone wreath makes me wax nostalgic for cozy nights and frost-kissed mornings.