How to Make a Fall Wreath with Pumpkins

Posted by on Sep 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | 10 comments

Welcome to our first ever Hospitality Filled Homes tour!

My sweet friend Sonya {At Home With The Barkers} and I will be hosting tours here and there all year!

Today will be all about fall wreaths!

Our hope is that you will be inspired to do those little things that will make your house even more welcoming and inviting. This is not about perfection. This is about those little details that will inspire you to open your home to others!

I grew up in a house that always had a wreath on the front door {and several more scattered here and there throughout the house!}

My mom loved making wreaths. She made them for herself. Β She made them for friends and neighbors. I remember her coming home with bundles of silk flowers and setting up her hot glue gun and getting to work. By the end of the day, all of the neighbors would have new wreaths on their front doors!

Sweet memories. πŸ™‚

So here is a simple wreath that can be made in no time…

{And make sure that you check out the other wreaths at the end of this post!}

How to Make a Pumpkin and Hydrangea Wreath:




grapevine wreath

white hydrangea bush

yellow rose bush

pale green filler flower

cream berry stems

1 large pumpkin on pick

2 small pumpkins on picks

burlap bow

1 1/2 yards wired burlap ribbon

floral wire

wire snips

hot glue

step 1

Using wire, add the burlap bow.


Insert the pumpkins and secure with the picks.

how to cut the stems

Cut all of the flowers with 2-3 inch stems.

Cut the leaves separately or push the leaves close to the flower before you clip.


Add the burlap ribbon securing with the floral wire.

Add hydrangea.


Go back and add the hydrangea leaves around the flowers.


Add the roses.


Fill in the little gaps with the pale green flower.


Cut 3 stems of cream berries.


Add the berries.

Go back and hot glue all of the stems in place once you have everything where you want it.


And that my friends is how to make a pumpkin and hydrangea wreath!

If you would rather buy one…this one is available in my Etsy shop! πŸ™‚

If you happen to be on Instagram, we would LOVE for you to share your wreaths with us using the hashtag #hospitatlityfilledhomes

We want to be inspired by you! Share your wreaths and the stories of welcome that go with them!

If you are not on Instagram, this is not intended to leave you out. It is just the only way we know of that everyone can share. I hope you understand!

Enjoy all of these wreaths from my sweet friends:

At Home With the Barkers

Town and Country Living

Lilacs and Longhorns

The Tale of an Ugly House

Paint Me Pink

Setting For Four

Join us again on Friday as more bloggers share their Fall Centerpieces with more of the Hospitality Filled Homes Series!

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Life to the full!


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  1. As always…GORGEOUS! Love the colors on this one. Have a great week friend. ~Sonya

  2. So pretty – love the roses!! Happy Fall friend!

  3. Beautiful, great tutorial! Thank you

  4. Beautiful Melissa!!

  5. LOVE, love, this Melissa! It’s no wonder you started a wreath shop!

  6. Melissa this is stunning!! Love love love your color choices! Beautiful tutorial too πŸ™‚ xoxo -Norma

  7. This wreath is fantastic! Thank you for the amazing tutorial. I’ve always had a tough time making a wreath look “filled” and your tutorial has helped me immensely! You certainly have a flair for wreath-making!

  8. This tutorial was wonderful easy to follow.

  9. This is so cute it’s ridiculous! And that door is so pretty. I’m loving it all πŸ™‚

  10. Your beautiful wreath really pops on that blue door! So pretty!


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