Beautiful Wreaths for Spring

You guys, we have had the most gorgeous weather here in Colorado for about a week now. It’s been full blown spring weather–temperatures in the mid to upper 60’s and bucket loads of sunshine. It’s been absolutely heavenly and I definitely have a bad case of spring fever. But I’ve decided to stop fighting it, even though I know we’ll likely have snow again next week. Either way, I’m ready to dive into spring decorating and one of the easiest ways to transition to a new season is with a fresh, new wreath. Whether it’s on your front porch, over the mantel, or even hanging on an old door in the corner (my personal favorite!) there are so many ways to use a pretty wreath. I’ve been doing a bit of early spring shopping lately and the wreaths this season are soooooo gorgeous. I thought you all might enjoy a little spring retail therapy as well, so today I’m sharing nine beautiful wreaths that are sure to brighten up any room.

Beautiful wreaths for spring that are sure to brighten your home this season.
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  1. Floral & Lemon 
  2. Peony Hydrangea Wreath
  3. Faux Magnolia Wreath
  4. White Floral Wreath
  5. Pink Peony & Lily Wreath
  6. Spring Tulip Wreath
  7. Fern & Dogwood Wreath
  8. Blue Hydrangea Wreath
  9. Rose Wreath

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I’ve been craving bright pops of color lately, so I’m really loving number 5 and 6, but these are all so beautiful. And really, each one of these wreaths could carry you right into summer. That’s what I love about a good wreath–it can be used in so many different ways around the house. And they really are the easiest way to transition to a new season. Simple and hassle free, just the way I like it.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today my sweet friends! If you’re looking for a bit more spring decor make sure to stop by the LVN Shop, I have plenty more goodies for spring over there!

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7 Comments

  1. Dana wrote:

    Oh my goodness! Those wreaths take my breath away. Thanks for sharing the inspiration and the catalyst of dreaming of spring to come…

    Posted 2.18.17 Reply
    • Love all your stuff you make. Thank you for sharing

      Posted 5.11.17 Reply
      • Sarah wrote:

        Aw thank you Kathy!

        Posted 5.11.17 Reply
  2. Julie B. wrote:

    I’m half-way through making my own faux boxwood wreath. I’m really liking the outcome!

    Posted 2.20.17 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      That is awesome Julie, I need to try making one!

      Posted 2.21.17 Reply
  3. Love all of these, especially the Magonolia one – of course:)

    Posted 3.3.17 Reply

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