We knew fall wreaths were a thing, but who knew Halloween wreaths could be so stylish? That's probably something you need to see to believe, so we found twenty three elevated Halloween wreaths to do the talking for us and get everyone in the spirit. Some are DIY activities while others are just a click on Prime away. Whether you want to decorate for a chic grownup Halloween gathering or spook trick-or-treaters with a homespun web, the Halloween wreaths ahead are the ideas you need.
For a tasteful Halloween wreath that's beautifully crafted, hang this wreath from Creekside Farms. The dried florals and robust leaves covering half of the branches make it perfect for fall, so you can keep it hanging after October 31st.
Creekside Farms Dried Protea Wreath, $59
A black butterfly wreath is just spooky enough for those of us who like to decorate but aren't super into the gore of the holiday. And while you're at it, make this gorgeous fall garland from to drape your bar cart in for a thoroughly festive Halloween party.
Black Lace Butterflies, $8
Muted fall colors can get the message across, too, without scaring off the young trick-or-treaters. Cutting leafy shapes out of birch bark sheets puts a twist on a classic wreath idea. Get the full tutorial at .
Natural Birch Bark, $30
If you can use a glue gun, you can make this wreath. It's festive and on-theme without trying too hard. Find out how to make it from .
Vampire Bat Patch, $5
Throwing a sophisticated grownup Halloween soiree? Adorn the walls with this DIY wreath dreamt up by . It's much more moody and romantic than your average Halloween wreath.
Darice Brass Ring, $5
Here's another gorgeous creation from Creekside Farms. The fiery combo will pop against a any front door. The yarrow and white statice add a lovely fluffy texture, giving the wreath a cheery personality, perfect for anyone who loves to keep a sense of humor on Halloween.
Mixed Marigold Wreath, 65
Make things easy on yourself and just order some door swag online. This one with orange LED lights proves that keeping things simple is best. To do it yourself, you could just get a basic wreath, real or faux, and then string some orange lights through.
Black Glittered Halloween Wreath, $22
This pretty wreath from is like a centerpiece for your door. We love the idea of hanging it from a stylish leather loop, too.
Alternative Imagination Sweetgrass Braid, $13
You'll need a lot of , but the scary mass of will be so worth it.Get the tutorial at .
Ping Pong Balls, $8
If you've already put a bunch of energy into coming up with the most unique Halloween costume on the block, why not keep that spirit alive and hang something a little different on your door? Instead of a wreath, hang a gorgeous DIY bouquet a la .
Peach Satin Ribbon, $12
This simple, rustic wreath can work from Halloween right up until Thanksgiving. Get the detailed instructions from to make your own.
Small Artificial Pumpkin, $6
Who says bright colors end with summer? Paint mini pumpkins your favorite bright colors and use them to make a wreath. As long as there's pumpkins involved, it's still seasonally appropriate.Get the tutorial at .
Pink Acrylic Paint, $1
Speed up this craft's gluing process with some sugary snacking along the way. Just make sure you have left to cover the whole ring! Or, at the very least, it'll help you get some use out of everyone's least favorite Halloween candy. Get the tutorial at .
Candy Corn, $9
Spiders, crows, and cobwebs, all in one wreath! We know they're fake, but it's still terrifying. Get the tutorial at .
Faux Flying Crow, $10
Not your basic Halloween candy...Instead of icing every leaf, dye cookie dough to make these colorful treats. Go ahead and double the batch for inevitable snacking. Get the tutorial at .
Leaf Cookie and Fondant Cutters, $10
If you want to keep your decor to be over-the-top this Halloween, this is the wreath for you. It's made out of mesh and ribbons. Get the tutorial at .
Metallic Mesh Ribbon, $13
Up your curb appeal with this ghoulish decoration: a grapevine wreath black. Then glue on a few twigs from the yard, making sure they follow the same direction. Add a mini pumpkin, plastic spiders, or cobwebs as an extra scare tactic. See more at .
Grapevine Wreath, $12
They may not be edible, but flannel and felt leaves will last a lot longer than the cookie variety. Trace a few specimens from the backyard for a spot-on shape or just stick with a stencil. Get the tutorial at .
Stencil Leaf Variety Sheet $2
Darken your door with a moldering wreath straight from the crypt. Craft it fast with ebony flowers, a stuffed raven, bone-white branches, and a gnarled grapevine base. Creepy, but also classic. See more details at .
Birch Branches, $28
Want to try a more composition? Use a square base (or picture frame!) for an angular arrangement of fall foliage. Added bonus: You can leave this festive decoration up through Thanksgiving. Learn how to make it from .
Dried Orange Florals, $3
Those seasonal Halloween stores can be the scariest thing about this holiday, so make the trip worth it by getting supplies for more than just your costume. You've got to hand it to this metallic wreath for nailing the creepy vibe. Get the tutorial at .
Skeleton Hands, $10
Here's another fun one for anyone who wants to level up from the classic wreath shape. Bring on the decorative gourds! A bunch of mini pumpkins can outshine an average jack o'lantern any day. Get more detailed instructions from .
Small Artificial Pumpkin, $6
You really can order this at the last minute and get it in time for your party. It's not witchcraft—it's just Prime shipping. The flowing feathery boasts a shroud of mystery, setting the perfect scene for a Halloween party.
Black Feathers, $19