An artificial wreath adds a special touch to your decorating theme whatever it is you’re celebrating. All it needs is your creative genius to turn it into a statement. Here are some year-round wreath decorations to give you a leg-up on your leafy masterpiece.
Love Goes ‘Round
Celebrate the Day of Hearts by hanging a charming wreath on your front door or living room wall.
Here’s a Valentine wreath idea from Jenny and Aaron of Every Day is a Holiday: go all out with DIY ornaments ideas that fit the bill. It could be an adorable plaque, glittery hearts, and arrows like their décor on our Pretty in Pink Wreath.
Green & Grow
Spring is all about positivity and growth whether in your work or personal life. Hang up a gorgeous spring wreath to celebrate the season, and let the good vibes roll!
Jennifer Perkins added real flowers to our traditional green Addison Spruce wreath. This livens up the feel of any room in the house. Hang it on your front door as a cheery welcome to guests or use it as a table centerpiece. Use this all the way up to fall—don’t forget to use blooms that match the changing seasons.
Wreaths for a Cause
Decorating is a fun way of supporting a movement that’s close to your heart. Use some DIY magic to dress up a wreath inspired the cause. Hang it up to grab attention and raise awareness. Here are some wonderful wreath decorations to get you started.
Want to support Gay Pride in June? Andrew and Dennis of Crafty Lumberjacks decorated our Color Burst Rainbow wreath with DIY ornaments inspired by LGBT icons like Cher, Ru Paul, and David Bowie. Going to the march? Then hold this up as your rainbow flag!
Spread the word on Breast Cancer prevention this October with a pink wreath. Take a page from Kara of A Kailo Chic Life’s wreath decorations. She added DIY pompoms and a special message that she cut out from cardstock.
Jennifer Perkins put a spin on how she decorated for Halloween with a Teal Pumpkin Project wreath. All you need is our Tuxedo Black wreath and DIY teal ornaments. This idea lets kids with food allergies know that you have safe treats.
Cool for School
Your kids might feel bummed out that summer is over and classes are about to start. Shake off the back-to-school blues by asking them to help you decorate a wreath. Use their favorite subject as inspiration. This rainbow wreath decorated by Cassie Stephens screams art class.
Jennifer Perkins’ wreath decorations will get your math whiz or bookworm excited. Decorating our No. 2 Pencil Wreath with numbers, letters, or mini soccer balls (for your budding athlete) is a fun bonding activity. Plus, it will get your sprouts excited for school, too.
There’s a Treetopia wreath to decorate whatever the occasion. Share these awesome wreath themes with your tribe to put some oomph in their celebrations!