Spring Wreaths

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Here are the prettiest spring wreaths for the season! Refresh your front door and porch for spring with these spring wreaths.

My favorite time of year is spring. There is something about spring that means life is coming. Warmer weather, sunshine and birds chirping is what we have to look forward to. I am not the biggest fan of winter and happy when spring is on the horizon.

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green and white floral wreath on front door

Here are fifteen great spring door wreath ideas to get you ready for the upcoming season. All you have to do is pick one and hang it on your door.

Why A Spring Wreath?

I can’t imagine a door without a wreath. When guests come to your home, the first thing they see is your front door. A wreath is a reflection of what my guests will find inside. It’s a little way of saying, “welcome” to my home, I am happy to have you here!

Wreaths are not just for Christmas. We often think of a Christmas wreath, but every season your door needs a wreath…in my opinion! I am not the hugest fan of winter and as soon as the chill is gone and the feeling of spring is on the horizon, a spring wreath is what I need to kick on the spring decorating season.

A spring wreath breathes life into my drab winter porch and gets me ready for my favorite season.

spring wreath on front door open to the entryway.

Front Door Spring Wreaths

Online shopping can sometimes be overwhelming with too many options. I am bringing you fifteen of my favorite new wreaths for spring so the hunting has all been done for you.

Here is a curated list of some of the prettiest wreaths around for spring that can carry you into summer too. There are simple and affordable options listed or you can go all out with a custom faux spring wreath.

There are too many wonderful wreaths available not to add one to your front door for you to enjoy.

Spring Wreath Ideas

Spring wreaths aren’t just limited to your front door! Add them to your back door, your porch, the kitchen window or hang a smaller wreath from a coat hook or peg rail.

Add one anywhere you want to add a touch of spring. 

I created my own wreath using a grapevine wreath for the base and different faux stems and florals I had. Get creative with what you have or purchase a new one.

spring wreath hanging on front door of patio.

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Neutral Spring Wreaths

I tend to prefer a more neutral color palette instead of bright, bold colors. Neutral green wreaths with touches of white florals or stems is my style. I love that my spring wreath usually carries me into fall before I change it out again.

Colorful Spring Wreaths

If you like color, spring is a great time to bring in pops of colors either pastel or bright hues.

Spring means pops of color like yellows, pinks and lavenders and adding these colors to your front door wreath signals that you are ready for spring. If you like a touch of color these wreaths are the perfect addition to your front door.

collage of spring wreaths

Floral Spring Wreaths

Even though it might be early for flowers lining the flower beds; flowers evoke the feeling of spring. Flowers just make you feel happy and adding florals to your wreath is a sure way to cheer you up for the spring season.

Faux flowers are wonderful on a spring wreath because they stand up to outdoor elements such as wind, sun and rain. Faux flowers such as tulips, hydrangeas, faux lavender and ranunculus are all great as a faux floral element in your wreath.

Dried flowers are also gorgeous on a spring wreath and would be best suited on a front door that is covered. Dried flowers will not withstand the elements that faux flowers will, but they are gorgeous!

Consider herbs like bay leaves, lavender, heather, and even olive branches and dried hydrangea if you prefer something real on your wreath.

Update with Ribbon

Add a little something extra to your wreaths with a touch of ribbon. Pretty green wreaths like eucalyptus, boxwood and olive branches can simply be given that spring feeling with an added ribbon.

Try ribbon in lovely spring colors such as blue, yellow, pink or even a lovely cream!

front door with wreath
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Tips

  • Ensure your wreath is the correct size for your door. Something too small will be overlooked.
  • A 24″ wreath is the standard wreath size, but go for a 30″ wreath for a wow factor!
  • If your door is dark, select a lighter wreath for contrast so that it will pop.
  • Select a wreath that shares your homes style and decor.
  • If selecting a fresh wreath, consider if your doorway is covered to ensure the wreath will last the longest.
  • Ensure you mist a fresh wreath daily so it dries pretty.
  • To ensure your wreath hanger doesn’t scrape your door, add a little silicone bumper to the back of the hanger where it rests against the door.
green and white floral wreath on front door

How to Hang a Wreath on Your Door

There are many different ways to hang a wreath. My favorite, a pretty brass wreath hanger that goes over your door or even an adjustable wreath hanger. Ensure to add little bumpers to the back of your hanger to keep your door from being scratched.

There are also removable Command hooks. With their sticky back, you can remove them whenever you like without damaging the door’s finish. Try hanging your wreath with a ribbon by attaching the ribbon over the top of the door and attaching the ribbon to the top of the door.

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green spring wreath with blue bow

30″ Eucalyptus Wreath with Ribbon Green is one of my favorites and sells out quickly.

This lovely white cherry blossom wreath is $53 which is a great look for less compared to the Pottery Barn Cherry Blossom wreath that is $129. They look identical from what I can tell from the pictures. I would definitely go for the look for less!

white blossom wreath
dried floral wreath

Handcrafted wreath with pink blooms of fresh heather and soft greens of fresh olive leaves. Sculptural dried strawflowers are scattered throughout the arrangement, creating an artful finishing touch.

green and white floral wreath on front door
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Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely! In fact, I love having a wreath on my door all the time. I change it out a few times a year to match the seasons.

I change my wreath three times a year. One for Christmas, Fall and spring/summer. You can also just choose to use a neutral wreath all year long if you prefer.

Use a pretty brass hanger or Command Hooks or hang your wreath with ribbon over the top of the door.

spring wreath on front door open to the entryway.

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