8 Thanksgiving Wreaths to Make Your Guests Feel Instantly Welcome
The holiday (and slews of hungry houseguests) will be here before you know it. Hang one of these pretty Thanksgiving wreaths on your front door to greet all your visitors in style.
The most pie-friendly holiday of the year is just around the corner, and these Thanksgiving wreaths are ready for hanging. From a fresh, live eucalyptus wreath to faux options that will last the whole season, these autumnal wreaths will serve as conversation-starters from the moment guests reach the front door.
Alcott Hill Fall Wreath with Plaid Bow
Dried tansy and safflower on dried boxwood give this Thanksgiving wreath its autumnal feel; the plaid wired bow is just a bonus. At 22 inches wide, this wreath is big enough to make an impact, but it’s not so bold as to be gaudy—perfect for hosts who like to keep it relatively simple.
To buy: $47; wayfair.com.
The Bouqs Co. Hearth Eucalyptus Wreath
Made of seeded and baby blue eucalyptus, this modern wreath offers the right balance of holiday charm and chic sensibilities. The live, 24-inch Thanksgiving wreath is guaranteed to be delivered within four days of ordering, though it could arrive sooner; order one at the beginning of November to showcase the beautiful plant-work all month long, or time your delivery so that it's as fresh as it gets on Thanksgiving day.
To buy: $76; bouqs.com.
August Grove Glorious Wheat Wreath
Play up the golden hues of fall with this wheat wreath. Handmade with Pacific Northwest wheat, it feels cheery and warm and offers a seasonal alternative to the classic green wreath.
To buy: $42; wayfair.com.
This energetic wreath is teeming with fall details, including mini pumpkins and pinecones. This kind of wreath is perfect for nondescript front doors, especially in situations such as rentals where you might not be able to paint the door. Just hang this wreath, and visitors and passersby alike will be admiring what you did to dress up your door.
To buy: From $48; etsy.com.
Modern Fall Hoop Wreath
Hang this modern wreath anywhere, front door or otherwise: Its almost-minimalist look allows it to fit into any space without feeling overbearing. The foundation is a metal hoop, and the wreath is adorned with preserved eucalyptus, walnuts, flax, and hazelnuts. Seven- and 12-inch wreaths are available, so you can pick the Thanksgiving wreath that most suits your space.
To buy: From $21; etsy.com.
Charlton Home Faux Olive Branch Wreath
As a faux wreath, this olive branch décor can last from year to year; its simple greenery even allows it to be used from season to season. Hang it on the front door, or use it as a centerpiece or a piece of wall art—it’ll work in any room that needs a splash of green.
To buy: $44; wayfair.com.
Fall Orange Glory Wreath
Just try finding a Thanksgiving wreath more welcoming than this one—it literally greets guests at the door, so even if you’re pulling something out of the oven the second the doorbell rings, you can finish the task at hand knowing your guests aren’t completely unwelcomed. Best of all, it’s made to order, so you can add, remove, or change any part of it to really make it your own.
To buy: $65; etsy.com.