Are you looking for ways to dress up your front door for spring? Here are 27 gorgeous front door wreath ideas for spring that you can make or buy.

I love a beautiful wreath for the front door, don’t you?

They are not only pretty to look at, but they add lots of personality and interest to the front door.

My front porch gets full sun most of the day, so my front door wreaths don’t last long.

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Lately, I’ve been changing them out every other month or so to coordinate with the bloom changes in my front garden and keep them looking fresh.

I love this gorgeous forsythia wreath that I’m using on my front porch for early spring, don’t you?

It brings out the yellow in the daffodils of my front garden and really makes a statement against my black front door.

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27 Front Door Wreath Ideas for Spring to Make or Buy

Wreaths are super easy to make.

But there are also so many beautiful ones on the market too.

When I’m looking for DIY front door wreath ideas, I like to shop around for inspiration.

But let’s face it, sometimes it’s just easier to buy.

Am I right?

Spring Garden Flowers

When I took this yellow forsythia wreath down last spring, there was a little lull with my front door wreath decor.

So this year, I’m either purchasing or making one for mid-late spring.

My friend Rachel made this super cool wreath for her greenhouse. I would love to add one like this to my garden shed.

I love this neutral wreath and this gorgeous purple floral wreath for mid-late spring, don’t you?

My garden blooms in lots of blues and purples about this time, so either would look great with my billowy catmint, pretty salvia, and allium blooms.

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When late spring/summer arrives, the purples fade and my garden starts embracing the pinks and yellows.

So I’m really loving this front door wreath idea to play up the pinks when my echinacea and knock-out roses are in bloom.

What do you think?

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As I was shopping through all the front door wreath options, I am having a hard time choosing.

Here are some of the wreaths I am loving for spring and summer.

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  1. I’m actually going to make a wreath for our front door for summer. I’m also going to make a wreath for inside for summer using tea cup saucers. I have many antique tea cups from my grandmothers. I am always trying to figure out how I can incorporate them in to my life because they are beautiful and I’m not a tea drinker.

    I’m rambling. Beautiful ideas!

    1. Oh I can’t wait to see Cindy! And I love that idea – we are huge tea fans too and what a great idea to use in a wreath! xo

  2. Hi Stacy, if the voting is still on for the light fixtures, absolutely my very first choice would be option 2. I just love that light. You have to get it. The wreaths are also so beautiful. Kirklands is having a big sale on wreaths also starting at $29.99. they are really pretty too.