Ah, spring. The birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and the air smells sweet. Nothing can beat the euphoric feeling I get when spring comes around!
Seeing all these colors after a long, white winter makes me feel creative. That’s why I compiled this list of ready-to-use or DIY Easter wreaths for the front door festivity! Check them out!
- 1 Build A Beautiful Bunny
- 2 Perhaps You’d Prefer A Bunny In Action?
- 3 Rabbits Not Your Thing? Check Out These Elegant Egg Easter Wreaths
- 4 How About Some Flower Power?
- 5 You Can Also Hang Bouquets In Containers
- 6 Into Upcycling? Check Out These DIY Easter Wreaths
- 7 Prefer To Keep Easter Holy? Include A Cross
- 8 Now You’ve Seen Some OF The Best Easter Wreaths For Front Door Festivity!
- 9 About The Author
Build A Beautiful Bunny
Make A Bunny Easter Wreath As Lively As Spring Itself
You don’t need to be a master artist to make a bunny wreath. I love figure-8 bunny designs because they’re as easy to make as they are adorable, and they make for great DIY Easter wreaths.
I like this one, in particular, because of its liveliness. Thanks to its large center ribbons, I think that this Easter wreath appears to literally burst with gorgeous green and bubblegum pink.
Or If You Prefer, Make It Down-To-Earth
This Easter wreath features a humble color scheme and earthy feel. So, grab your brown craft paper and your wreath form and get ready to make a couple of these Easter wreaths.
The blue-striped ribbons and puffs of cotton remind me of clouds lazily drifting through the sky. The sprawling leaves quietly emerge from behind the ribbons, which, to me, look like they’re coming out of hibernation instead of a bunny wreath.
Perhaps You’d Prefer A Bunny In Action?
Put Her In A Forest Of Foliage
This bunny wreath appears to show a rabbit on a journey. The dark green foliage that surrounds her creates an impression of a shady forest, with the wreath form holding everything together in this Easter wreath. Notice how the different plants add to the wild look.
The rabbit looks alert and inquisitive. Perhaps she heard something with her big bunny ears, or maybe she was foraging for more carrots? I just hope there are no foxes hiding in the brush!
Make An Abstract Scene
This bunny wreath is neat because it’s abstract. You might see one thing and someone else might see something completely different. The rabbits just barely make this look like an Easter wreath.
The arch and shredded paper beneath it makes me think of a rainbow sitting on a cloud, but with the colors reversed. At the same time, for everything to blend in, you’ll have to wrap tissue paper around the spring wreath form and use some hot glue to keep everything together. Are the rabbits looking at me or at the rainbow?
Give Your Bunny A Place To Hide
Hide, Peter Cottontail!
This Easter bunny wreath is a lot of fun. Not only does it look like the rabbit is hopping through it, but if you look closely, you can see things hiding among the ribbons. I really love DIY Easter wreaths like this one, as they’re not just decorations you made with some hot glue and Easter eggs; they actually require some creativity!
The carrots are easy to identify… And I think I see a potato near his left shoulder?
Show Him Relaxing
This bunny wreath is absolutely adorable, if you ask me.
The rabbit looks as proud as he does look relaxed. He’s clearly a farmer, considering his straw hat and overalls. I’m sure that this carrot is the biggest one he’s ever grown! And it’s definitely one of the best DIY Easter wreaths you can hang on your front door.
Make Your Bunny Jump Through A Hoop
Besides the lack of overalls on this bunny, there’s another important difference between this Easter wreath and the similar one before it.
Notice that this rabbit’s ears appear on the other side of the ribbons, as though he’s jumping through the bunny wreath. The other rabbit’s ears looked like they were surrounded by ribbons, creating the impression that he was leaping into a bush (or a spring wreath). I love the attention to detail in both of these Easter wreaths!
Have Her Say Happy Easter
This tidy and simple Easter wreath is great if you don’t have time to make something more elaborate (or don’t want to). Just bunch up some burlap around a circular frame, use some hot glue to glue on the decorations, and voilà; you’ve got an egg wreath ready to be placed on your front door.
I love how the colorful items on this Easter wreath stand out against the brown burlap. I think that the contrast makes the eggs look all the more like candy.
Put A Smile On His Face
This bunny wreath is especially fun for kids. It’s definitely more of an Easter egg wreath if you ask me, but it’ll surely make your front door more inviting.
With his colorful artificial Easter eggs, pink Easter grass, and snazzy bowtie, the rabbit on this Easter wreath is definitely the Easter Bunny!
I find this DIY Easter egg wreath especially uplifting because the rabbit is smiling, whereas most of the rabbits on this list are blank-faced or faceless. So, if you just want the happiest of all the Easter wreaths, this one’s most likely the best one!
Have Bunnies And Chicks Stand In A Circle
This is the only Easter wreath on this list that tastes good, although you’re not supposed to eat it. I mean, I won’t stop you; but Easter wreaths like this one take some time to make, so you’ll have to remake it!
Along with chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and Cadbury Creme Eggs, marshmallow Peeps are an Easter candy tradition. String a few into this spring wreath and leave no doubt that you’re excited for Easter!
Rabbits Not Your Thing? Check Out These Elegant Egg Easter Wreaths
Transform a humble wicker Easter egg wreath into a springtime masterpiece, with multi-textured foliage, sherbert-colored eggs, and a large flower for the focal point.
I love how the eggs on this Easter wreath work like flowers to compliment the large yellow one. If you blur your eyes, they look almost like unopened tulips instead of an egg wreath.
This One’s Almost All Eggs
This Easter wreath is all speckled eggs, save for the leaves that make it remind me of a laurel crown.
Whereas most of the other egg wreath ideas on this list clearly look like they have eggs on them, the ones on this Easter egg wreath are a little different. Some of them have a threaded texture and others kind of look like painted walnut shells, giving this Easter wreath its own personality, which is why I absolutely love it.
This Wreath Looks Like A Tumbleweed
Here’s another design of an Easter egg wreath that’s nice to just stare at for a while.
You can tell by their colors that the speckled eggs on this Easter wreath aren’t real (they were glued on using hot glue), and yet, the colors look natural because they aren’t saturated. They make the Easter eggs pop out just enough from the green foliage and white flowers.
I love how this spring wreath also has an illusion of motion. The wiry stems on this Easter egg wreath make it resemble a rolling tumbleweed.
How About Some Flower Power?
Create Contrast Between The Flowers And Foliage
The beauty of this Easter wreath is the contrast between the top and lower halves. The flowers almost look like they’re glowing compared to the dark green foliage. It’s such a simple look to pull off, too, so you won’t have to spend too much time making this Easter wreath.
While the planters aren’t part of the flower wreath itself, I think that they do a nice job of accentuating it.
Earth Colors Are Always Nice
Here’s another Easter wreath with a mostly dark color scheme. The green and brown give it an earthy vibe and make the white flowers really pop.
If you look closely, you can see that the white flowers and the green flowers beneath them look similar in size and shape. Together, the two clusters create a pleasant duality of light and dark, which is absolutely perfect for this Easter wreath, in my opinion!
So Are Sunflowers
I find this Easter wreath very uplifting, due to its sunny yellow and soothing blue flowers. The bare side on the right is hardly noticeable next to the radiance on the left!
When it comes to Easter wreaths, I’d say that this one isn’t very traditional. Sunflowers are more traditional for summer than spring, but who cares? This colorful wreath is bound to make people smile, regardless of the season.
You Can Also Hang Bouquets In Containers
For Example, Here’s A Bouquet In A Box
DIY Easter wreaths are nice, but there are other ways to decorate a door. This bouquet in a box will invite visitors to stop and smell the tulips before ringing the doorbell!
Look at the intense contrast between the vibrant tulips and gray box. Another nice touch is that the box looks antique, whereas the tulips look like they were picked yesterday. I love making Easter wreaths like this one, as they incorporate nature instead of just paper.
Here’s An Umbrella Bouquet
You know what they say — April showers bring May flowers! What an adorable and clever way to illustrate this concept in one of these Easter wreaths!
The tulips and umbrella are almost the same shade of pink, which makes them look like they belong together. And, if you look at the ribbon, I think that it almost makes the umbrella and flowers look like a store-bought bouquet!
Into Upcycling? Check Out These DIY Easter Wreaths
Transform A Wheel
I think that this Easter wreath is perfect for someone who likes gardening. The combination of camellias, watering can, and wooden wheel in this arrangement makes me think of a creaky wagon full of gardening supplies, and it seems to be great for Easter wreaths.
I like how it seems to imply that the watering can is watering the flowers on the left side of the wheel.
Or Some Old Music Sheets
I wouldn’t be surprised if this one were made by someone in a choir. If spring makes you want to sing, this Easter wreath is for you.
I think that the music sheets look elegant here, simply because they represent music. They almost give the impression that this flower wreath is singing!
How About A Hat?
This Easter wreath would look as good on your head as it does on a door. Who knew old hats could be used for Easter wreaths? I’m definitely making this one when spring rolls around!
Like the wagon wheel floral wreath, this one also gives off a gardening vibe. It’s as if the hat represents a gardener’s head and the flowers represent what they’re planning to grow.
A Frame Makes This One Picture-Perfect
What a lovely way to recycle an old picture frame. It makes the grassy Easter egg wreath look like an Easter memory coming back to life!
Notice that the butterfly, bow, and some of the speckled eggs are the same pink, while the frame and rest of the speckled eggs are the same blue. I believe that the color coordination on this Easter egg wreath keeps this piece from looking too noisy.
Prefer To Keep Easter Holy? Include A Cross
For A Quick Project, Combine Some Sticks And Easter Lilies
Simple yet elegant, this cross is just some sticks and lilies. Because it’s cheap to make and easy to take with you, this would make a fun Sunday school or after-church project.
I think that this spring wreath has some nice symbolism, too. Christians believe that Jesus died so the sins of humanity could be forgiven. The open lily blossoms can signify flourishing spirituality and white represents purification.
If You Have A Little More Time, This One’s Also Simple
This floral wreath has similar symbolism to the previous one, but a completely different look. Such Easter wreaths take longer to make and cost more money, but isn’t it just gorgeous?
I think that there’s a pleasing balance between the cross, burlap bow, and cluster of Easter lilies. The bow also adds to the symbolism — it’s something you’d put on a gift.
You Might Like This Circular Look
Hallelujah! Heavenly white flowers and a rustic wooden cross make this Easter wreath look pure and holy.
Something I like about this spring wreath is how the items attached to the flower wreath base accentuate its roundness.
I think that the foliage also appears to flow outward from the cross like a jet stream, or perhaps it’s like a comet’s tail following the cross. You could interpret this to mean something, but I just think it’s elegant.
Or This Blue And Brown Spring Wreath
This Easter wreath is a blessed fusion of heavenly blue and earthly brown, which could symbolize humanity’s new ability to go to heaven after the crucifixion. Of course, it’s also a pretty color scheme, in my opinion.
The cross on this Easter wreath is different from the others on this list in two ways — it’s very ornate and it’s right in the Easter wreath’s center.
This One Preaches
Isn’t this Easter wreath just divine? I think that the clusters of white flower petals look like heavenly clouds and the small flowers with long stems remind me of fireworks.
What makes this Easter wreath stand out from the other religious Easter wreath ideas, in my opinion, is its enthusiasm. The cross actually states, “He is risen”, instead of merely implying it.
Now You’ve Seen Some OF The Best Easter Wreaths For Front Door Festivity!
When spring brings you flowers and butterflies, it just feels right to make something beautiful of your own.
Did my list of Easter wreath ideas for front door festivity inspire you? If so, share it with your friends! And, as always, feel free to share your favorite Easter wreaths with me!
Want even more spring decorating ideas? You may enjoy my list of Easter front porch decorating ideas as well as this post with Easter trees. And if you are dreaming of Easter during winter, try to add some festive spirit to your porch by implementing one of these ideas.
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