Fall is here, and we are ready to do all of our favorite seasonal activities.

Decorating Your Front Porch

Fall front porch

Image from Pinterest

Adding seasonal decor to your front porch is the perfect way to feel festive every time you arrive home. Using items like pumpkins, corn stalks, and mums is a simple way to make a big impact.

Sprucing Up Your Mantle

Image from So Much Better With Vintage

Image from So Much Better With Vintage

We love how Jamie from So Much Better With Vintage decorated her mantle in a non-traditional neutral color palette. Old books, metallic accents, and vases of grain create a calm and cozy look.

Baking Apple Pie

rose apple pie

Image from Baking a Moment

If you want to take your apple pie to the next level…or maybe the next ten levels, try out this beautiful rose Apple Walnut Tart from Baking a Moment. We were blown away when we saw this beautiful dessert.

Wandering Through Corn Mazes

Mike's Maze

Image from Mike’s Maze

There are corn mazes to be found all over the country, but one of our personal favorites is Mike’s Maze in Massachusetts. They go above and beyond year with a unique maze, trivia, haunted fright nights, and a petting zoo for the kiddos.

Going on Cool Weather Picnics

fall picnic

Image from Pinterest

While picnics are usually classified as a spring/summer activity, we think that fall picnics might be the best of them all. Gone are the pesky bugs and summer humidity, and in their place is cool air and bright foliage. Curling up under a blanket while snacking on cheese and crackers sounds pretty wonderful to us right now.

Drinking Apple Cider

Homemade Apple Cider 8

Image from Hint of Vanilla

If you’re interested in trying your hand at homemade apple cider, this recipe from Hint of Vanilla looks amazing. She adds brown sugar, maple syrup, and vanilla bean (of course), and it sounds like the best thing ever.

What are your favorite fall activities?

October 2, 2015

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