Wreaths are a great way to really brighten up your home and get it ready for the warmer months. Below are some Spring Wreath Ideas to give you inspiration when finding one that will fit your home or creating your own wreath. We have many bloggers who have come together with style tips and DIY spring wreath ideas. I hope you like what you see. Here’s a quick update, since we published this post a few of these wreaths have sold. If you see one you want and it’s sold just message me and I may be able to make you one.
Spring Wreath Ideas
I created these one of a kind wreaths with a farmhouse style in mind. All of these are available in my Etsy shop ready to purchase, because I totally understand life can be a little busy. Now for those that are wanting to create, I hope I inspire you with ideas below.
19 Spring Wreath Ideas
Here are 19+ Spring Wreath Ideas. The styles range from cotton stem wreaths to window pane wreaths. I will also be sharing with an additional 27 wreaths from many amazing bloggers below.
Cotton Stem Wreaths
Cotton stem wreaths have become really popular recently for that farmhouse style. Adding faux flowers helps to brighten the wreath, so that is exactly what I did with these cotton stem wreaths.
Keeping it simple is sometimes best. For this one I added some simple pink florals with a bit of greenery.
Peony flowers, lambs ear and cotton stems keep it simple for a spring wreath idea.
Bold flowers add a sweet touch to cotton stems. You could hang this to where the flowers would be on the side instead of the bottom. Either way you will get a great look.
Bicycle Wheel Wreath
Bicycle wheel wreaths have to be my favorite right now. They are just so cute. For this one, I only wanted to place on half of the wreath. Showing off the bicycle wheel is the whole point of this wreath. So that’s what I made sure to showcase.
Succulents are another hot trend right now. They create a modern and earthy feel to a wreath. When you come to my home you will find succulents scattered throughout. Succulents add greenery to a space, but in a very simple way.
Florals are easy to mix, it adds so much to a Spring wreath.
I created this succulent wreath to add some Spring into my home. What is great about wreaths is they don’t have to hang on your wall or door. You can always place a wreath around candles or leaning on my mantel decor in your home. Below is a video on how I created this wreath.
A soft pink always reminds me of those warm, sweet Spring days. Pink peonies and a soft pink succulent were the perfect match for this wreath. Then I added greenery throughout the wreath.
Nothing is quite like a lavender wreath. The pop of color really adds to a room.
Since there is already a lot of color, I just wanted to add a few pink flowers. Wreaths are a such a great addition. If you’re not into holiday decorating, I would recommend decorating with a wreath. They are easy and adds just a little touch of the season.
Easter Wreath with Eggs
Time for Easter holiday wreaths! With holiday decorations, I like to keep things really easy. Just adding a few elements of the season is the way to go.
Spring wreaths are all about colors, I added a few colors of flowers to this wreath with some greenery as well. With the birds nest, it added that Easter touch. It is very simple but you still get the idea of an Easter wreath.
I think this is my favorite Easter wreath. The greenery is eucalyptus and lambs ear. With a touch of pink florals and a pink eggs nest.
This one I had a little fun. Adding colored eggs throughout a floral wreath is a great Easter touch. It is still not too over the top, just enough to get an Spring Easter look.
Easter wreath making is so fun, so I created a wreath that is covered all the way around. The mismatching greenery is what gives this wreath a special look. With some pops of color with the pink florals and the soft pink feathers. Feathers are a fun element to add to any wreath.
There is just something about Boxwood wreaths that is just so gorgeous. They are a great farmhouse accent. Even with nothing added to them, they are so classy. I wanted to add a bit of color to my Spring wreath with some pink peonies.
Something that is so fun about wreaths, is that you can customize them to your own style. I would recommend just running to your local craft store and picking up some wreath forms, greenery, and florals. Oh I almost forgot, maybe some Easter eggs too!
Pops of purple are so lovely. Next I added some pink and white flowers to add more to the look.
This was a really fun one to do. Believe it or not I actually spray painted this wreath form in a metallic color. It is not too much going on, but it does add that extra touch. Large gold glitter feathers to one side really gave this the Spring look I was going for. I love this dramatic, vibrant wreath.
Creating a fuller wreath is what I was going for when making this wreath. Still one sided, but full of hydrangeas and green leaves. The final touch was a cute little bow.
If you create a wreath, you can make one that will work for most seasons. Like the one above I will bring it out at different times of the year. To me I think it work for Spring, Summer, and Fall. The simple colors is what makes it so diverse.
Window Pane Wreath
Now for a different idea on a wreath. Well maybe this isn’t a true wreath, but it’s pretty close. Window pane wreaths are so darling and I love what people are doing with them. Just to one corner of the pane, I added florals and greenery.
Wood Wreath Sign
Have you seen these wood wreath signs? Well they are a new farmhouse look, so I thought I should create something that will work perfect in someone’s decor.
Today I’m joined by a fabulous group of blogging friends who are also sharing their Spring Wreath DIY as part of the Seasonal Simplicity Spring Series! You’re going to love all this springy inspiration…
Succulent & Peony Simple DIY Spring Wreath at The Happy Housie
Dollar Store Spring Wreath at Craftberry Bush
Lambs Ear & Blush Spring Wreath at Bless’er House
Elegant Peony & Eucalyptus Spring Wreath at Inspiration for Moms
Five Minute Eucalyptus Wreath at Amber Tysl
Earthy & Elegant Spring Wreath at Willow Street Interiors
Mini Rosemary Wreaths for a Spring Table at Satori Design for Living
Spring Hydrangea Wreath at Confessions of a Serial DIYer
How to Make a Paper Flower Wreath at Happy Happy Nester
Spring Floral Hoop Wreath at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Hanging State Sign at Taryn Whiteaker Designs
Book Page Butterfly Wreath at Life is a Party