Give a Warm Welcome to April with a Lovely Wreath!

•  Wreaths

There is no better way to give your guests a warm and cheery welcome than with a fabulous spring wreath. All wreaths shortlisted here do not require much time and money – all you need is a suitable wreath form, flowers, matching ribbons, and a bit of inspiration. Non-believer? Read this blog and see for yourself!

Blooming Natural Twig Wreath

For those who haven’t heard, we’ve recently launched our Moss Line, which features a couple of charming natural moss & twig wreaths. Though they are already stylish and can be used as they are, they can also be an excellent foundation for this Blooming Natural Twig Wreath, which will transform any space with its rich and bountiful look. Believe it or not, you can easily achieve this lush appearance with the help of our bouquets of silk hydrangeas and peonies – just separate out the blossoms (they are sold in small bunches) and using a piece of wire, attach them to the wreath. We don’t recommend you cover the entire wreath. Instead, try to stay within one section – the combination of exposed twigs and lush blossoms will add to the visual interest.

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Blooming Natural Twig Wreath

For those who haven’t heard, we’ve recently launched our Moss Line, which features a couple of charming natural moss & twig wreaths. Though they are already stylish and can be used as they are, they can also be an excellent foundation for this Blooming Natural Twig Wreath, which will transform any space with its rich and bountiful look. Believe it or not, you can easily achieve this lush appearance with the help of our bouquets of silk hydrangeas and peonies – just separate out the blossoms (they are sold in small bunches) and using a piece of wire, attach them to the wreath. We don’t recommend you cover the entire wreath. Instead, try to stay within one section – the combination of exposed twigs and lush blossoms will add to the visual interest.

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Butterfly Wreath

Like flowers, butterflies are small tokens of the spring season. If you do not raise butterflies, don’t fret – our butterfly stickers are exact replicas of these lovely creatures. In our opinion, the best way to introduce these into any décor is to assemble this Butterfly Wreath. Luckily, it doesn’t require much – all you need is a wreath form, a boxwood garland, and mismatched butterfly wall stickers from our immense collection. Once you have all the materials at hand, simply wrap the garland around the wreath form (you can make a couple of layers), add a couple of baby’s breath pops, and attach the butterflies in the way you find suitable. In the end, hang your Butterfly Wreath from the doorway to welcome your guests.

Butterfly Wreath

Like flowers, butterflies are small tokens of the spring season. If you do not raise butterflies, don’t fret – our butterfly stickers are exact replicas of these lovely creatures. In our opinion, the best way to introduce these into any décor is to assemble this Butterfly Wreath. Luckily, it doesn’t require much – all you need is a wreath form, a boxwood garland, and mismatched butterfly wall stickers from our immense collection. Once you have all the materials at hand, simply wrap the garland around the wreath form (you can make a couple of layers), add a couple of baby’s breath pops, and attach the butterflies in the way you find suitable. In the end, hang your Butterfly Wreath from the doorway to welcome your guests.

Tulip Wreath

If you are looking for an excuse to display our extremely life-like tulips, you shouldn’t look any further than this easy tulip wreath, especially because it’s probably the easiest wreath presented in this shortlist! You’ll need a wreath foam form, a polka dot ribbon, a solid-colored grosgrain trim, some greenery for the foundation, a bouquet of pink and white tulips from our online store, and some floral pins.

First off, cover the wreath form with the polka dotted ribbon, which should be further secured with the floral pins. Once the ribbons are in place, proceed with the floral part – create the “base” with the filler greenery and then, layer the tulips (place them crosswise as shown in the picture), and secure them with the floral pins. In order to make everybody unaware of the floral pins that hold the blossoms in place, feel free to cover them with a grosgrain ribbon. When you are done, using the same grosgrain ribbon, suspend the Tulips Wreath from the doorway to let the spring season in.

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Tulip Wreath

If you are looking for an excuse to display our extremely life-like tulips, you shouldn’t look any further than this easy tulip wreath, especially because it’s probably the easiest wreath presented in this shortlist! You’ll need a wreath foam form, a polka dot ribbon, a solid-colored grosgrain trim, some greenery for the foundation, a bouquet of pink and white tulips from our online store, and some floral pins.

First off, cover the wreath form with the polka dotted ribbon, which should be further secured with the floral pins. Once the ribbons are in place, proceed with the floral part – create the “base” with the filler greenery and then, layer the tulips (place them crosswise as shown in the picture), and secure them with the floral pins. In order to make everybody unaware of the floral pins that hold the blossoms in place, feel free to cover them with a grosgrain ribbon. When you are done, using the same grosgrain ribbon, suspend the Tulips Wreath from the doorway to let the spring season in.

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Moss Wreath

If you are looking for an unusual way to decorate with our recently arrived moss fillers, you can try out this Moss Wreath. In terms of materials, you’ll need a cardboard wreath form (you can easily make one by yourself), green moss filler from our Preserved Moss Collection, spray adhesive, and artificial peonies from our selection of silk blossoms. With the help of spray adhesive, glue the moss to the cardboard base (we recommend making at least two layers of moss in order to avoid any gaps). After that, cut the stems of the peonies and glue them on the left side of the wreath form. The unparalleled combination of green moss and splashy peonies will give your space that refreshing spring flair!

Moss Wreath

If you are looking for an unusual way to decorate with our recently arrived moss fillers, you can try out this Moss Wreath. In terms of materials, you’ll need a cardboard wreath form (you can easily make one by yourself), green moss filler from our Preserved Moss Collection, spray adhesive, and artificial peonies from our selection of silk blossoms. With the help of spray adhesive, glue the moss to the cardboard base (we recommend making at least two layers of moss in order to avoid any gaps). After that, cut the stems of the peonies and glue them on the left side of the wreath form. The unparalleled combination of green moss and splashy peonies will give your space that refreshing spring flair!

These wreaths are so adorable that we find ourselves unable to choose the best one. And what about you? Are you going to decorate your space with a well-designed wreath this spring? If yes, was this blog useful? Please share your opinion and the other spring wreath-making ideas with us in the comments below!

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