Come spring, Easter is our excuse to finally see things through a more colorful lens. Cue the festive crafts and DIYs (is there anything more satisfying than dip-dying eggs or assembling treasure hunt baskets in pop pastels?).
Given the (relative) abundance of florals sprouting up with the new season, now is the time to make the most of all those vibrant blooms, too—and nothing puts them front and center like a wreath. Think well beyond the front door and just florals at that: Wreaths double as a wild and whimsical accent piece throughout your home.
The perfect project for waiting out those last cold weeks, these Easter wreath DIYs let you get creative with your materials and pull from your natural surroundings. They’re also super easy to assemble. Read on for the bright and inspiration-filled options we’re pinning on our moodboards right now.
Flip the perspective and designate your Easter dinner centerpiece to float above the table. With its free-flowing greenery and bulbous statement florals—think roses and peonies—this DIY is a lesson in elevating your holiday meal with the unexpected.
Get the how-to on The Merry Thought.
A bold and dramatic color detail can go a long way, especially when it challenges the norm. The trick here? Dying brown eggs, in lieu of the classic white, to get a deeper hue. Complete the look with a grape-wood wreath to accentuate the contrasting palette.
Get the how-to on Martha Stewart.
Not all wreaths require fresh florals, and this sweet cake topper is proof. Crafted of cupcake liners and colorful pop sticks, it’s a fun decorative element that makes your Easter meal extra special. Bonus: You can tie the wreath with string and hang it on the door.
Get the how-to on Oh Happy Day.
Two craft DIYs combine with this wreath, which is made with paper mache eggs in the prettiest of pastels. Whether hung on the door or in your home, this is a stylish statement for welcoming in spring.
Get the how-to on The House That Lars Built.
If you want an Easter wreath made with a touch more longevity in mind, this fun, woven pom-pom version is for you. Prime for the DIY pro, it’s seasonless and built to last well into summer and beyond.
Get the how-to on Lovely Indeed.
A twist on the standard Easter wreath DIY, this artful creation comprises hollowed-out quail eggs set on a twig “nest” base and looks as if it could have been plucked straight from nature.
Get the how-to here.
If florals just aren’t your style, this surprisingly simple DIY palm wreath goes the nontraditional route. The best part? There’s no fear of wilting. (Hint: If you’re feeling extra crafty, spray-paint the leaves for an elevated chromatic detail.)
Get the how-to here.