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The 11 Best Easter Wreaths Are Surprisingly Chic

You'll want to keep them up long after the holiday.

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Given that it coincides with the beginning of spring, Easter is a great opportunity to bring some color and brightness to your home after a dreary winter. Think: pastel hues, breezy linens, and lots (and lots) of fresh flowers—there's no better time for a quick decor refresh. Whether you're planning on hosting a holiday brunch or even an egg hunt for the little ones, a wreath helps set the festive mood from your guests' very first impression. Sure, you could try your hand at a DIY version, but if you're short on time and want something that'll last for years to come, there are plenty of pre-made Easter wreaths available at the click of a button.

To help you with the heavy lifting, we've tracked down 11 of the best of them: Some wreaths are evergreen, with dainty florals in seasonal colors you can leave up long after the holiday weekend has passed. Others are a bit more on the nose, Easter eggs and all. It depends on your personal style; read on to shop the one that's best for you.

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1 Birch Lane Alizayah Wreath

This rattan option offers a hit of spring-appropriate pastels in the form of lavender flowers in all shades of lilac and rose.

2 The Holiday Aisle Polyester Wreath

For an Easter wreath that includes the requisite eggs without looking juvenile, we love this yellow and purple arrangement. The subtle, earthier shades make it feel perfectly grown-up.

3 LIFEFAIR Green Eucalyptus Leaf Wreath

Eucalyptus is an all-season favorite, and this handcrafted wreath—which features a smattering of baby's breath woven in among the foliage—is no exception. Go with this pick for a pared-back, modern farmhouse feel.

4 National Tree Company Mixed Morning Glory Wreath
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That said, if your style is squarely on the side of maximalism, choose a floral wreath in vivid, splashy colors to signal the new season.

5 Glitzhome Easter Eggs Wreath

Pastels? Check. Easter eggs? Check. This pretty design has all the hallmarks of the holiday, and can be hung both indoors and outdoors.

6 August Grove Faux Forsythia Wreath

Bring a sunny pop of yellow to your front door with a forsythia wreath. You can choose from two sizes and even bend the stems to make it feel either more uniform or more rustic, depending on your taste.

7 One Allium Way Armande Faux Lavender Wreath

If your favorite flower is lavender, continue the tradition with this purple wreath. The back is constructed from a sturdy wicker material, and reviewers note that it looks just like real sprigs of lavender—minus the shedding.

8 Ophelia & Co. Pastel Spring Wreath

Pastel wildflowers make for a less-polished option that fans of bohemian or Mediterranean style will adore. This design comes with a metal clamp ring that means it can be hung in any direction.

9 Birch Lane Multicolored Wreath

Decked out with rich pinks, purples, oranges, greens, and blues, this colorful choice is the ultimate technicolor pick. Anywhere you hang it, it's guaranteed to beat S.A.D once and for all.

10 Creative Displays Hydrangea and Heather Wreath

Intricately handcrafted using a mix of hydrangeas, heather flowers, and grapevine, this blue wreath looks like the real thing (but with a much longer shelf life).

11 LLZLL Spring Flower Wreath

A slightly smaller option at 20 inches, this handmade wreath is ideal for tying together a spring-inspired vignette in your dining or living room. With its pinks, yellows, and purples, it also makes a great centerpiece for your Easter table: Fill the center with ivory pillar candles or even a ceramic bowl.

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