25 Gorgeous Spring Wreaths to Welcome the Warm Weather

I’m not sure about the weather where you live, but here on the Mid-Atlantic coast it’s been feeling like spring for the last week or so. This rush of warm weather has got me on a mission to get seedlings started (inside still) and skip right over the St. Patrick’s Day wreath in exchange for a fun and bright Spring wreath. While looking for inspiration I found so many great ideas. Here’s the 25 best and most gorgeous spring wreaths, I’m definitely going to duplicate one and maybe even a second one for the back door.

The Best of Spring Wreaths

the best spring wreaths


Knock Knock Knockin’ on My Front Door

A home’s entryway can make or break its curb appeal.  I was in a home recently that had such unique hardware that it made the whole house very likeable… a fox doorknocker, lions head knobs and other little touches made it totally charming.  Seeing this unique hardware got me intrigued about what was available out there – turns out, you can get just about anything as a doorknocker.  I think that whale tail will be finding its way to my beach home in the Outer Banks and maybe the koi will take up residence here in Virginia.  Here’s some great ones I found:



Michael Healy MH1101 Bumblebee Door Knocker, Brass $125

Twisted Ring Iron Door Knocker – Rust  $34

Mayer Mill Brass NCBK-C New Crab Door Knocker, Chrome $93

Signature Hardware Squirrel Door Knocker $60

Foo Dog Door Knocker  $38

Sly Fox Knocker $24

Michael Healy MH105 Whale Tail Door Knocker $115

Gary Kerby Indian Chief Door Knocker  $350

Koi Fish Doorknocker  $22

Claddagh Brass Door Knocker  $33

And an idea for styling a perfectly inviting front porch:


















Koi Fish Doorknocker  $22

Dunn-Edwards Evershield Citron DE5473

Jeld Wen Craftsman 6-Lite Primed Steel Prehung Front Door with Brickmould  $237

2.5 Qt Japanese Boxwood (will take some work to shape it) $19

Hampton Bay 180-Degree Oil-Rubbed Bronze Motion-Sensing Outdoor Wall Lantern  $50

Home Decorators Collection  Ella 11 in. Square Black Resin Planter  $59

Monogrammed Coco Border Door Mat  $29 -$129



Falling for Wreaths

I don’t know how it happened but after I got married and moved away from home one of the first design elements/ DIY projects I became obsessed with was creating a really killer front door wreath.  At the time, I was creating wreaths left and right, for my own front door, for family doors, for every season and holiday.  It’s been a while since I whipped one up but I still love ogling front doors and what people decide to adorn them with. A good wreath can enhance a beautiful door, or hide the flaws of an ugly door, or just happily welcome a new season.  So today I’m sharing some of the best fall wreaths I’ve seen out there lately.  Since it’s the first day in a zillion when it’s under 90 degrees here in Northern Virginia, I feel like it’s finally ok to swap out my summer wreath for the fall wreath on my own door and maybe even make a new one.  Which one would you create this autumn? Click the image for the sources.

The post where I found this one said it could be made from feather dusters, which I think would take forever, but it sure does look great.

















I love the addition of purple to these next two wreaths, it’s a little bit unexpected for fall and adds a lot of interest.





































This one, with a more traditional autumn color scheme has a wonderful cascading effect.  I might opt for a more rustic looking ribbon since I think this perfect ribbon would look like a mess if exposed to the elements (and by elements I mean wind, rain, and the neighborhood kids yanking on it).



















This one with mini pumpkins by  On Sutton Place is adorable.













This simple vertical swag by Stagetecture looks simple but gorgeous, and a phenomenal stone wall doesn’t hurt either.






















And finally a few cuties that make the best of raw natural elements and display them perfectly.