5 Spring Wreath Ideas with Tulips

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Celebrate the most hopeful season of the year with these beautiful spring wreath ideas. Each of these designs features gorgeous springtime tulips in a rainbow of shades. 

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Spring is calling and I’m ready to craft!

While silk floral design is a year-round hobby of mine, there’s something about springtime that ignites my creativity. 

Sunny days and emerging bulbs invigorate our spirits as we wake up from winter hibernation. And what better way to use this newfound energy than to craft some fabulous tulip wreaths?

Tulips are the most quintessentially springtime flower, loved for their gorgeous shades and bulbous shape. So today, I’m sharing five spring wreath ideas meant to get your creative juices flowing, all featuring the ever-lovely tulip. 

And if you’d like to learn more about the basics of wreath making, try out my Wreath Making 101 Workshop!

Red tulip heart

One of my most on-trend spring wreath ideas has to be this red monochromatic design. 

As if the bold red hue isn’t enough of an impact, it’s paired with a heart-shaped wreath form that would look adorable on anyone’s front door, mantle, or wall. 

You can even swap out the color palette for pink, yellow, or white – whichever you prefer!

Try making this DIY Red Tulip Heart Wreath here.

red tulip spring wreath ideas

Spring gingham

I adore the gingham pattern on this silk ribbon; it’s so natural and farmhouse-inspired, making the perfect pairing with blue florals and bright yellow tulips. 

A bit of exposed grapevine plays with this country feel. 

Craft this Easy DIY Spring Tulip Wreath here.

spring tulip wreath with gingham bow

Bold hues

Of all my spring wreath ideas, this design makes the biggest statement. Bright primary colors give this wreath a major wow factor. It will pop right off your front door!

Best of all, this show-stopping tulip wreath requires few materials and is surprisingly simple to make. 

Learn How to Make an Easy Spring Tulip Wreath for Front Door here. 

bold and bright spring wreath ideas with tulips

Monochromatic pink

Calling all pink lovers! When it comes to tulip wreaths, this one’s for you. 

This pink tulip wreath is made from just one type of faux flower, using the leaves provided to break up the color. 

Note that this design looks so full and delightful because it uses a LOT of tulip bushes (16-18 bunches!). 

To make this design on a budget, I highly recommend that you wait for your materials to go on sale. “Buy one get one half off” or “buy one get one free” are your best friends. 

Discover How to Quickly Make a Beautiful Spring Tulip Wreath here. 

How to make a monochromatic tulip wreath

Rain boot wreath

My list of tulip wreaths wouldn’t be complete without this quirky rain boot wreath. 

This design is so joyous and fun, made with beaded candy picks, multi-color foam balls, and a pair of bright blue rain boots!

The yellow tulips hold their own in this whimsical design. 

Check out my DIY Rain Boot Wreath here. 

quirky rain boot spring tulip wreath DIY

FAQs: Spring wreath ideas

I love sharing all of my tips and tricks about faux floral design. Here are answers to your frequently asked questions to help you create any of my spring wreath ideas.

If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to leave them in the comments down below. 

Where is the best place to buy silk tulips for spring wreath ideas?

I buy my silk flowers from a few different sources:

First off, I like to buy wholesale when I can! This is a good way to buy in bulk, especially when buying a versatile flower that I know I’ll use in lots of different designs. 

My other go-to shop is Greenery Market, an online retailer specializing in high-quality supplies for faux floral design. All of their products look super realistic, and I’m always happy with their quality. 

Is it better to craft with fresh or faux tulips?

In my opinion, faux tulips are the way to go!

You just can’t beat the versatility of faux floral design. When working with fresh flowers, you’re incredibly limited by:

  • Seasonal flower availability
  • Time constraints
  • Design options

With faux tulips, a whole world of design opportunities opens up! Suddenly, you can design with tulips year-round, making long-lasting arrangements to enjoy for years to come. 

Plus, they look super realistic when you purchase high-quality silk tulips. 

Which florals are best for spring wreath ideas?

Tulips are obviously a favorite of mine, but there are plenty of spring flowers that I take inspiration from! 

Some of my favorites include:

  • Peonies
  • Hyacinths
  • Lavender
  • Forsythia
  • Daffodils
  • Baby’s breath
  • Garden roses
  • Cherry blossoms

How else can I decorate my spring wreath ideas?

Spring is the season of endless possibilities, and the same is true for your faux floral wreath making!

Feel free to customize any of these spring wreath ideas, experimenting with color palettes, floral types, and greenery textures to best suit your tastes. 

An easy way to add more personality to any wreath design is to integrate seasonal picks. 

Beyond florals, try adding:

  • Butterflies
  • Bumblebees
  • Easter eggs
  • Carrots
  • Foam balls
  • Pastel berries
  • And more!

How should I care for my spring wreaths?

When you invest your time in creating these gorgeous tulip wreaths, you want to take good care of them. This way, you can enjoy them for years and years! Here are some of my top care tips:

Spring wreath ideas: Maintenance

  1. Dust your wreaths regularly to keep them looking fresh. Use a gentle microfiber cloth to wipe away dust. If dust is caked on, dampen your cloth to remove stubborn areas. 
  2. Avoid water exposure when possible. 
  3. For outdoor wreaths, use a waterproof sealant to protect your wreath. 
  4. Avoid sun exposure, as this will cause your materials to fade over time. 

Spring wreath ideas: Storage

  1. Store your spring wreaths in clear, well-labeled containers. 
  2. If your wreath has delicate elements, wrap it in tissue paper or bubble wrap before storing it. Note that dust may collect on wreaths that aren’t wrapped before storage.
  3. Store your wreaths in a dark room with good air circulation. 

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