I love a wreath on my door, or should I say doors. There are three exterior doors on my home, and of course, each one needs to be dressed for the season. I found the best budget friendly wreaths for spring and I knew I just had to share them with you!
Choosing a Wreath for Your Door
The standard door measures 36 inches wide. When choosing a wreath for your door make sure it is no smaller than 20 inches wide, leaving 8 inches on either side. Some designers say it looks best to use a wreath that is 24-36 inches wide. Depending on the size of the space, I have used wreaths that were 20 inches wide and they look just as good! However, 24 inches and bigger will really draw attention to your door!
When hanging your wreath, a good rule is to make sure you hang it about 14 inches from the top of the door.
The above wreath is one I used last year in my Bright Cottage in the Mitten Summer Patio. This grapevine wreath originally only had lemons on it. The second year I used it, I added peonies and the black and white ribbon.
“Be an opener of doors.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Budget Friendly Wreaths
For the last three years, I have used the same wreaths for spring and summer. I mix and match what I have, update the ribbons, and move them around from door to door. Like I said earlier, I have three exterior doors, two that you can see from the front of my home. Therefore, it’s important to me that they coordinate.
I’m in the market for new wreaths and I found some really affordable options. I believe you’ll think so too!
Nothing lets you know it’s spring quite like flowers. Faux flowers are a great option, especially if your wreath is hanging on the outside of your door.
April showers, right?
Using a greenery wreath is timeless. They transend over seasons and if you can’t afford to continually change out your wreaths, greenery is the best option.
Baskets & Swags
Another option besides a round wreath for your door is an arrangement created in a basket or a swag. These are sometimes less expensive and are a great change from your typical circular wreath.
Hanging Your Wreath
I typically hang my wreaths one of two ways.
- An over-the-door wreath hanger
Using a pretty ribbon can dress up a wreath that may be a little plain.
If you don’t currently have a wreath hanger or any extra ribbon laying around, no worries! Most dollar stores will have both items and it won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
The Best Budget Friendly Wreaths for Spring
I hope you have enjoyed my spring wreath collection. Remember, these wreaths can be used on your door, but can also be used on walls, windows, and other areas inside your home.
If you are in need of some more spring inspiration, you can check out my Spring Home Tour from last year.
Happy wreath shopping and keep dreaming of spring!