The best Easter wreaths to spruce up your home this spring

Give your space a sprightly seasonal makeover with our pick of the best Easter wreaths

Egg Easter Wreath 
Published: April 12, 2022 at 12:00 am
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When it comes to spring décor statements, there’s nothing quite like an Easter wreath.


Whether it’s pretty pastel eggs, sunny florals and foliage or a rustic twig design, decking out your front door with an Easter wreath is the perfect way to say goodbye to the dreary winter weather and welcome in the new season, not to mention the perfect way to give your guests a warm welcome should they pop round for Easter festivities.

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Feeling inspired? Read on to discover our favourite Easter wreaths available on the market right now. Happy shopping!

Egg Easter Wreath

This Lights 4 Fun wreath is a must have if you’re a fan of fun, pastel décor. Featuring speckled eggs and small pink flower buds entwined inside rustic twigs and branches, it’s perfect for adding a pop of fresh, spring colour to your doorway or easter table. This wreath has a diameter of 33cm, and the centre measures in at 10cm exactly, so it’s the perfect size for a pillar candle if you’re looking for a quick and easy decorating idea. It’s also worth noting that this wreath is totally lightweight, so you can hang it up with as little as a piece of ribbon or rustic-look brown string.

  • £27.99

Buy Egg Easter Wreath from Lights 4 Fun

Bunny Easter Wreath

We love the faux roses at the centre of this easter bunny wreath – combined with the stripped-back rattan frame, they help it to strike the perfect balance between rustic and glam! This wreath measures in at a height of 38cm and can be hung on a door with ease, but it also sits up neatly on ledges, making it a great addition to open shelving or kitchen worktops. You could also hang it up as part of a gallery wall if you like to change your home décor on a seasonal basis – it’ll create a beautiful, easter themed feature!

  • £20.99

Buy Bunny Easter Wreath from Lights 4 Fun

50cm Bunny Easter Wreath

Why not add a classy cottage feel to your door with this Lights 4 Fun bunny wreath? The topiary-like foliage and subtle white berries look sophisticated and timeless, while the hessian bunny ears and bow tie add a cheery, festive feel. You can even add fairy lights if you want your bunny wreath to glow as the night rolls in – you simply add them to the purchase bundle for an extra £6.99. This wreath is only 50cm, so it’s perfect for hanging in a window or propping up on your mantlepiece. If you want to create a beautiful spring display, why not style it at the centre of a fresh floral arrangement or flower wall?

  • £29.99

Buy 50cm Bunny Easter Wreath from Lights 4 Fun

Easter Egg Floral Wreath

Ideal for sprucing up your space on a budget, this Dunelm wreath is an absolute steal at £10. With blue and yellow eggs nestled amongst realistic green sprigs, it’ll add a subtly seasonal feel to the middle of a kitchen island – simply add a pillar candle in the centre for a low-maintenance Easter display. If you like to go all-out with your seasonal decorations, there’s also a coordinating Easter garland that you can purchase alongside the wreath for the same price of £10. Style them together for a maximalist feel, or in different rooms for a more subtle but stylishly cohesive effect.

  • £10

Buy Easter Egg Floral Wreath from Dunelm

Luxury Easter Decor Wreath

Luxury Easter Decor Wreath
Luxury Easter Decor Wreath

If you’re all about supporting small businesses, you can’t go wrong with Etsy – and seasonal décor fans will be over the moon to find out that the independent marketplace is packed full of beautiful Easter wreaths. There are hundreds of different handmade wreaths available across the site, but this one from small UK seller, Wedding Decor Trade, has to be one of our favourites. With its faux eucalyptus sprigs, mini eggs and pretty pink blooms, this luxury wreath is just the thing if you’re looking to make a spring décor statement.

  • £36.95

Buy Luxury Easter Decor Wreath from Etsy

Handmade Spring Easter Egg Wreath

This handmade spring wreath makes decorating for the season a joy. We absolutely love its lifelike berries and wooden bunny decoration, but our favourite feature has to be its show-stopping, asymmetric design – it adds a contemporary twist to a classic holiday decoration, and will be sure to catch the eye of anyone who passes by your front door. We also love the fact that this wreath is another Etsy gem, so if you decide to purchase it, you’ll be supporting a small independent business. You can’t go wrong!

  • £39.95

Buy Handmade Spring Easter Egg Wreath from Etsy

Rustic Easter Wreath

Rustic Easter Wreath
Rustic Easter Wreath

For us, spring symbolises the return of the sunshine, and nothing says sunshine like the sprightly yellow blooms on this vibrant Culture Vulture wreath. It features artificial eggs in an array of pastel shades, as well as a combination of dried flowers, leaves and twigs which give it a rustic, homely look. This particular wreath has no hanging loop, but you can always add your own with some festive gingham ribbon for a sweet, homemade feel. It’ll be sure to brighten up your front door, even through the dreary April showers!

  • £48

Buy Rustic Easter Wreath from Culture Vulture

Nostalgic Egg Wreath

This Museum Selection wreath has been specially designed to reflect the Easter motifs popular in the medieval period, making it the perfect choice for someone who loves traditional, meaningful decor. Featuring a characterful raffia Bunny, artificial flowers and foam eggs in pale pink, lilac and lime green, this wreath is guaranteed to bring a joyful look to an entryway or front door, but in reality, you could use it to brighten up anywhere you wish, be it a mantelpiece, a blank living room wall or a kitchen extractor fan.

  • £18.99

Buy Nostalgic Egg Wreath from Museum Selection


Thea JeffreysDigital Writer

Thea Jeffreys is the Digital Writer on, and is passionate about all things home décor. When she’s not scouring the internet for budget-friendly homeware finds, you’ll find her writing about the latest interior trends and handy upcycling tricks.


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