I got these urns from Sam's Club back in July for half price. I saw them last year but waited too long for them to be reduced and missed out. Luck was with me this year since these were the only ones left at the clearance price and I quickly snatched them up. I can always paint them another color.
The wreath is from last year and I added the black eyed susans and pumpkins to lighten it up a bit and blend in with the larger white pumpkins.
My sister-in-law, Maria, brought me the wheat stems from her home in North Carolina when she and my niece came to visit last spring. I've been holding onto them all summer waiting for Autumn to arrive.
Originally, I had the white pumpkins and mums in the basket out by my lamp-post but they were too light to stay in one spot especially if the wind was blowing so I had to put them in the corner. Couldn't figure a way to weigh them down.
I wanted to add some "height" and "interest" to the mums so I placed these twisted wood shavings (Michaels) in the center.
I also planted ivy in with the mums for additional texture.
This is what I would call very traditional outdoor fall decor . . .