Decorate Pumpkins with Grapevine Wreaths

If you’ve been on Pinterest lately or perusing home decor blogs, it’s likely you’ve seen some type of vine-wrapped pumpkins all dressed up for Fall. I’ve been anxious to decorate pumpkins with grapevine wreaths to add a little pizzazz this season.

Decorate Pumpkins with Grapevine Wreaths via Town and Country LivingI have to confess, I didn’t think to add the hydrangeas until I saw Lucy’s fall-inspired hutch at Craftberry Bush.


White pumpkins, grapeviine wreaths and hydrangeas via Town and Country LivingTo decorate pumpkins with grapevine wreaths, gather your supplies. All you need is white pumpkins (or color of your choice), grapevines, and hydrangeas. Luckily, I had enough grapevines from the yard for this project.


Decorate Pumpkins with Grapevine Wreaths via Town and Country LivingWrap a length of grapveine around your pumpkin making sure it’s snug. Slip the ring of grapevine from the pumpkin and wrap the ends around each other so that a circle is formed.


Grapevine wreaths to decorate pumpkins via Town and Country LivingKeep wrapping the vine around itself until you have about 3 strands in the wreath. You could add more layers if you want a bulkier look.


Decorate pumpkins with grapevine wreathsClip the end of the vine when you’re done, and tuck the end between two strands of the wreath. Then slip the grapevine wreath over your pumpkin, which should fit snugly. You don’t want it falling off.


White pumpkin decorated with grapevines and hydrangeasTuck a few sprigs of hydrangeas or other embellishment between the vines.


White pumpkin with grapevine wreath via Town and Country LivingWhen you decorate pumpkins with grapevine wreaths, try to leave as many of the curlicues on the vines as possible to add a bit of whimsy and character.


Stacked Pumpkins on Pedestal with Grapevine Wreaths via Town and Country LivingThen place your embellished pumpkins around the house. So easy, and so cute!

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  1. Botanic Bleu says:

    Definitely so cute! Of course, white, hydrangeas, and grapevines are all among my favorites. Oh, yes, let’s not forget blue.

    Loved looking at your creations…


  2. I love the look of these and have lots of hydrangeas to use. Now I need the pumpkins and the grapevines

  3. Beautifully done Jennifer!
    Hard to believe summer is gone and fall has arrived!
    Love the white pumpkins the look so elegant!
    Happy fall to you!

  4. Oh, I love this simple yet elegant look!

  5. Super cute! I wrapped vine ribbon on a couple of faux white pumpkins last year and pulled them out again this year – they were still in tact – yeah. I like how simple yousr are and the hydrangeas make them extra beautiful. Love your photography, as always.

  6. I am in love with these pumpkins!! I am excited to be featuring them on my blog, Sept. 30th. I hope you will stop by for a visit ๐Ÿ™‚
    Make it a great day!

  7. Beautiful pumpkins Jennifer! I love the color combination.

  8. Love the textural effect a few simple strands of grapevine do to a pumpkin….they look great!

  9. Hi Jennifer,
    This is really cute. How easy and how sweet they came out. Love this idea.

  10. Jennifer I really like this I think it very cute.


  11. Lovely! What a pity that here it is not possible to find those pumpkins. I enjoy looking yours.

  12. Love the look … what a great idea.
    Audrey Z.

  13. Beautiful!! What a great idea!! Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. so cute, I love these!!!

  15. Adore these – sharing on my FB page!

  16. Cute idea! I have grapevine that I could go cut to use too. Thanks for sharing!

  17. Love how you decorated your pumpkins with those vines!What a pretty idea!

  18. These are so pretty. What a fabulous idea. Hugs, Marty

  19. Jennifer,

    I am loving those pumpkins.

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