TGIF y’all--Thank Goodness It’s Fall! Brisk, chilly mornings, red and golden leaves on the trees, an apple pie baking in the oven and a pitcher of sweet tea brewing...what’s not to love about autumn? There’s no need for the beauty of the season to be limited to the outside. We’re giving you some ideas for how to bring autumn into your house!
And while you’re DIYing or shopping around for fall decor, you can brew a glass of sweet tea in just 5 minutes! Save time with our new Cold Brew Sweet Tea, now available in our online shop!
Eat, Drink Sweet Tea, and Be Merry!
All you need is a chalkboard, some autumn leaves, and some tiny pumpkins and gourds and you’ve got a sign for your kitchen, porch, or living room! We’ve even given you recommendations on what to write:
- So Long Summer, Hello Fall!
- Let’s FALL In Love
- WITCH Way to the Candy?
- May Your Life Be Full of Both Thanks And Giving
- Happy Pumpkin Spice Season!
- Gather Here With Grateful Hearts
Bring Fall Into the House...Literally
Pick the prettiest autumn leaves from your yard and string them up inside or outside for a subtle autumn touch! Pick different colors that merge into a gradient, or colors that match the color scheme of your room!
Bottle Up Some Autumn Beauty
We LOVE this easy DIY fall decoration--just grab a Southern Breeze mason jar, some autumn leaves and flowers, and some ribbon! Where can you get a Southern Breeze mason jar? We’re so glad you asked! Stay tuned in on our social media channels (@sbreezetea), where we’re often giving away mason jars as prizes.
Light the Night for Trick-or-Treaters
Buy some paper lanterns and black construction paper. Turn your porch into a Halloween spookfest with these easy paper Jack o' Lanterns
This Hocus Pocus banner manages to be adorable and spooky at the same time! Hang it above a fireplace or on your front door. You can make it with cardstock, black ribbon, and scotch tape, or purchase here!
Take photos of your fall decorations and tag us @sbreezetea on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! Enjoy the colder days, warm nights by the fire, and a hefty mug of sweet tea while crunching through the leaves!