Fall Front Porch

Fall is one of my favorite times of year to decorate the exterior of our home. Now, I love twinkly Christmas lights the best, but bright pops of orange pumpkins takes a close second. I’m super excited to bring you this blog post in collaboration with the company Tiny Land. They recently sent me the perfect addition to my fall front porch, and I couldn’t be happier with how it all looks put together! Let’s go!

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Fall Front Porch
Fall Wreath

You may remember that we recently painted our door, trim and shutters gray. I loved the change, but I love it even more now! The oranges, yellows and reds of this gorgeous wreath pop against the muted color of the door. One of my favorite things about this wreath is how light it is. All I used to hang this was a large sized command hook.

Fall Front Porch

Please ignore the stoop that horribly needs to be painted. Pro tip: if you have an Aldi by you, get your pumpkins there! I got three of these large pumpkins for under $3 each! Yes, I know, going to the pumpkin patch is much cuter and probably a lot more fun. However, I also think it is very fun to save money 🙂

Fall Front Porch

I am very thankful to Tiny Land for gifting me this wreath. It looks amazing and I can use it from September-End of November. If you check out their page, they also have the cutest little child-sized tents. One day I will definitely be adding one to a kid space in our home. This one is one of my favorites for a gender neutral room.

Fall Front Porch

I really love my fall front porch this year. In total, not counting the gifted wreath, this look cost me $9 for the hay bale, roughly $6 for two pumpkins, and $5 for the mums, totaling $20. If you’re looking for a new fall wreath, I highly recommend this one. So tell me, do you like decorating the exterior of your home for each season? Head over to my Instagram page to answer on my latest post!

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