The holiday season is best-known for decking the halls for Christmas, but before we start blasting Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" and trimming our trees, we have another monumental holiday to consider: Thanksgiving.
As autumn temperatures cool the air and Sundays become inundated with football games and chili recipes, we begin looking forward to what is arguably the best feast of the year. In our opinion, Thanksgiving decorating ideas deserve just as much fanfare as Christmas, and it begins, of course, with creating a cozy, autumnal ambiance for our homes.
Ahead, we're sharing 10 Thanksgiving wreaths to dress your walls, mantel, or front door, including plenty of options for those who want to get crafty with a quick DIY, as well as gorgeous selections that you can add to your cart.
1. Earthy DIY Autumnal Wreath
This easy DIY Thanksgiving wreath stands out with its rich, jewel-toned hues complemented with pine cones and cedar branches. It's the perfect option to elevate natural, organic decor to suit a more glamorous, sophisticated gathering.
2. Wreath with Pumpkins and Lambs Ear
This Thanksgiving wreath by Curves and Edges Design offers a nod to the upcoming Christmas season with red and green accents, but stays true to fall with darling miniature pumpkins in white. Bring added warmth to the arrangement with a brass wreath holder.
3. DIY Seasonal Rose Gold Wreath
We love decor that can transition between seasons, and this DIY Rose Gold Wreath does just that. While its leafy materials make it an obvious choice for an autumn gathering like Thanksgiving, the metallic rose gold shade sets an effortlessly festive tone that will last through New Year's Eve.
4. Artificial Rust Eucalyptus Wreath
If you were under the impression that eucalyptus was only suitable for spring or summer festivities, think again. This Thanksgiving wreath from Crate and Barrel shows off the elegant botanical in a rust shade that looks perfectly suited for an evening of pumpkin pie and your grandmother's famous stuffing.
5. DIY Modern and Minimalist Fall Wreath
This modern and minimal DIY wreath spotted on Paper & Stitch is the perfect option for those who feel hesitant when it comes to traditional Thanksgiving decor. While the rustic, dried florals are a perfect match for the season, they lend an effortlessly cool vibe that suits everyday moments just as well as special occasions.
6. Fresh Seeded Magnolia & Berry Wreath
For those who can't quite wrap their mind around faux greenery, look no further than this jaw-droppingly gorgeous wreath from Terrain. The green and gold shades accented with bright toyon berries would make an excellent addition to a traditional front porch that's looking for a dash of natural elegance.
7. Autumnal Crescent Moon Wreath DIY
The crescent moon shape on this DIY Thanksgiving wreath gives it an extra-special touch that sets it apart from the rest. Adding a caramel-colored silk ribbon balances the natural textures with ease, and it would feel right at home in a farmhouse style entryway.
8. Artificial Pumpkin Wheat Berry With Corn Husk Wreath
Give a nod to autumn harvests with this Thanksgiving wreath that features wheat berry and corn husks, giving it plenty of dimension and character. Pair this one with golden-orange accents and natural greens for a look that reads neutral but still packs a bit of a punch.
9. DIY Rustic Thanksgiving Wreath
Who says that bright color is only suited for spring? This Thanksgiving wreath spotted on How to Make a Burlap Wreath manages to feel earthy and rustic while incorporating colorful fall hues. Plus, the addition of pheasant feathers makes it feel decidedly quirky — ideal for the host who likes their home to stand out!
10. Thanksgiving Wreath With Velvet Ribbon
This Thanksgiving wreath by The Virginia Artisans incorporates faux roses, velvet ribbon, and eucalyptus to create a finished product that feels feminine and elegant. To emphasize the sophisticated and clean look, try hanging yours with a translucent string to create a floating effect.
Caitlin is the former social media manager and staff writer of TheEverygirl.com in Chicago, now working as a freelance writer from her laptop in New Zealand. She loves soulful, collected interior design that feels like a warm hug, English Breakfast tea, and trips to the theatre.