Easter wreaths have become more and more popular over the last few years – why should door wreaths be reserved only for Christmas? And with our only entertainment (other than Zoom/Houseparty get togethers) being walks near our homes, wouldn't it be great if everyone decorated their front doors to make those walks a little more cheerful? We think so.
So we have rounded up our favourite Easter wreaths that you can decorate your doors with throughout spring. They're available online to order – or you can order/make a plain wreath (or repurpose your Christmas wreath) and use these as inspiration for decoration. Get the kids involved – that'll keep them quiet! For a step by step of how to make an Easter wreath, hop to our guide.
Keep scrolling for our top picks and for more Easter decorating ideas head over to our feature.
1. Pick a country style rustic Easter wreath
Decorated with a realistic little bird sitting on a tree branch, a handmade bird’s nest filled with two quails eggs, and finished off with fake white flowers, dried grass and other dried material, this hessian wrapped wreath is the epitome of rustic country style.
Available in two sizes: 25 cm Spring Wreath, £19.80, and 30cm wreath, £23.80, Style Sparkle at Etsy (opens in new tab).
2. Add sparkle with a pre-lit Easter wreath
Add a touch of sparkle to your Easter festivities with a pre-lit wreath. It comes with 50 warm white micro lights, bringing a soft sparkle to the speckled eggs and delicate flowers. Simply pop in 3 x AA batteries, tuck the battery box out of sight and it’s good to go!
33cm Egg & Nest Easter Wreath Micro Light Bundle (opens in new tab), £21.99, Lights4Fun.
3. Keep it simple with a spring wreath
Bring the budding outdoors in with this White Company wreath. Each branch of this artificial white blossom wreath is finished with soft-textured fabric buds, giving it a realistic look. You can leave this up way beyond Easter too.
34cm White Blossom Wreath (opens in new tab), £45, The White Company.
4. Go for a fun whimsical take on an Easter wreath
This sweet Hello Spring wooden bunny Easter wreath is adorned with two small faux daisy posies, making it the perfect choice for simple seasonal displays.
H36cm x W20cm Hello Spring Easter Wreath (opens in new tab), £8.10, Luck and Luck at Etsy.
5. Choose something alternative
Made with brightly coloured paper spring vegetables wound onto a twig wreath, this is perfect if eggs and bunnies aren’t your thing. It would also be a great gift for a veg gardener or allotment keeper.
48cm Vegetable Easter Wreath (opens in new tab), £36, from The Chicken & The Egg at Not on the High Street
6. DIY your own Easter wreath
This kit comes with a 17cm polystyrene wreath, yarn (for wrapping around the wreath), a mixture of felt and stuffing for making the flowers and spring motifs, a needle and thread, glue, pom poms, velvet ribbon and lots of little trims to create the piece. You just need to supply is a pair of scissors and some pins. You’ll need some basic sewing skills but it’s pretty easy to follow the photographed instructions. The small parts included in the kit mean that adult supervision is required.
Spring Wreath DIY Craft Kit (opens in new tab), £26, The Make Arcade from Not on the High Street