Hello loves! As you guys know, I love white, teals, and greens. I used to have a teal living room with a green sofa. It worked well, I promise. I still find myself pulled toward these colors. If you are like me then for years you have one color scheme all year, then another in fall (read: orange) and a third at the winter holidays. But this year I went a little outside the burnt orange box and tried a new fall wreath in “my” colors and made a fall floral wreath in teal and green.
Of course, I had to add little pumpkin and leaf elements in there. This is a fall wreath, afterall. This wreath is much much more free form than a lot of the past wreaths I have shown you guys how to make. Really I just did what felt balanced. But if that’s too abstract, I made this little diagram to help:
You can see how the colors are fairly evenly spaced without being a pattern of blue, green, white, blue, green, white… because nature doesn’t grow that way. Sometimes two white flowers are right next to each other, and sometimes there’s a big clump of leaves at the top… right? What I mean is that in nature not everything is 100% predictable and tidy, so this wreath isn’t either.
What does your wreath look like this fall?