More Pictures of Fall

I told you all, that probably by the time winter arrives, everyone will have already had enough of my photos having to do with fall. I can’t help myself. It’s so pretty. I love the decorations, so festive.

Growing up, we started to decorate for fall early to mid-September. Once October hits, you add in Halloween specific decorations. Once we are in November, you can keep most of your fall decorations, but have it more geared towards Thanksgiving. You can easily get 3 months worth of fall decorations! Win-win!

Wreaths make your front door, or inside pop with color. You can find pre-made ones at Michaels or Hobby Lobby. If you want to decorate one yourself, you can find plain wreaths at either store. Get some fake leaves, fall colored flowers, etc. and decorate until your heart is content.

I can’t remember if the wreath on my front door was pre-made or if my mom decorated it for me. But, it’s pretty and filled with fall colors. We had an old milk container, which my mother filled with fall flowers and leaves. Fall feels so rustic to me, I think my porch is autumn ready.

Make sure you pick of plenty of pumpkins, gourds, and squash of various sizes and colors. Then place them all over your front porch, on your centerpiece of your table, fill up bowls, lanterns; whatever, just pumpkin the crap out of your life. You will definitely be ready for the season and it seems like however you choose to arrange them they look terrific. Now you look almost magazine ready. Well, my mom does at least. Her decorations make me fill like I’m climbing right into a Southern Living magazine.

I should have hauled out my Halloween specific decorations today. My tiny human has been a bit of a bear, refusing to nap. Since she “needs” to be attached to my hip I can’t get out my other decorations. But don’t you worry. I will post those photos as soon as I drag them out! Once again, hope you all are enjoying the beautiful fall weather!

3 responses to “More Pictures of Fall

  1. Very pretty! This really puts me in the Fall spirit! Thank you for the tips! I love how easily you transitioned them for each phase of Fall.