12 Colorful Spring Wreath Ideas We’re Stealing From Instagram

Hunker may earn compensation through affiliate links in this story.

Now that spring is here, we want flowers ​everywhere​. We want them in our vases, on every surface, outside our windows, and even on our front doors. With the latter, we're referring to spring wreaths: a warm weather take on the circular pine arrangements you see during the winter holidays. Yup, those exist and they are beautiful.

Advertisement

To give us the inspiration to make our very own spring wreath, we'll be stealing the following ideas from crafty Instagram users. They feature both real and artificial arrangements.

1. A Colorful Half

We're loving how @petalpusherstudio left some of the gold wire exposed, making the floral arrangement stand out even more.

2. A Field of Wildflowers

This @chloerobinsondesigns wreath reminds us of a field of wildflowers. We can't get enough of all that green with those pops of color.

3. A Burst of Yellow

We can't help but smile when looking at this daffodil-adorned wreath by @podandpip.

4. A Tulip Treasure

This colorful faux tulip arrangement on @house_by_the_fairway's front door is a true feast for the eyes.

Advertisement

5. Pops of Dark Purple

We honestly can't believe that this is an artificial arrangement, but we might just be distracted by those stunning dark purple clematis florals. Wonderful work, @hand_made_by_sally!

6. A Diverse Spring Color Palette

This color palette designed by @abunchofblooms leaves absolutely nothing to be desired.

7. An Orange Delight

Using fresh flowers from her farm, @thenagundotree made a case for orange flowers surrounded by tiny pops of light blue.

8. A Basket-Based Take

If wreaths aren't your style, consider creating a floral arrangement using a basket. User @kclee.co did so with white roses and eucalyptus, which makes for a simple-but-stunning combo.

Advertisement

9. Recycled Dried Flowers

Using leftover wedding florals, @southernlagom made this wreath with dried painted baby's breath and plumosa.

10. Peaches and Berries

This fresh eucalyptus wreath by @humsandwhispers features faux peaches and berries as accents.

11. Pink Hydrangeas

When it comes to spring wreaths, @flowerboxdesigns knows that you can never go wrong with pink hydrangeas (faux or otherwise).

12. Green and Pink

This wreath by @kclee.co is a reminder that pink and green make a perfect spring combo.

Advertisement


Anna is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers lifestyle and design content for Hunker. She's written for Apartment Therapy, the L.A. Times, Forge, and more. She previously worked as the lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles and deputy editor at So Yummy. Her email: anna.gragert@hunker.com

View Work