10 Christmas wreath ideas to welcome the Christmas season

Christmas wreath

As a mum who absolutely adores the festive season, I can't help but get giddy when it comes to Christmas decorations. And if there's one thing that never fails to add a touch of yuletide charm to my home, it's the beloved Christmas wreath.

There's something magical about a beautifully adorned wreath hanging on your front door or gracing your living room wall. It's like a warm, welcoming hug that sets the tone for the holiday season.

Keep reading as I share a sleigh-load of Christmas wreath ideas that will help you infuse your home with the spirit of the season.

Remember, nothing screams MERRY CHRISTMAS like a Christmas wreath!

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Frosted white berry wreath

Deck your wall, door or window, with this classic addition to your wintry Christmas wonderland. Crafted with natural twigs and white berries, the gorgeous tones on this décor is dusting white shimmering frost right at your doorstep. You can even improvise and use this wreath as a unique Christmas feast centrepiece - which I’m thinking of doing this year.

Frosted white berry wreath

I found these at: Etsy

Teardrop wreath

This teardrop Christmas wreath adds a wild spash of colour to your Christmas tree or fireplace … or even on your front porch. I saw this holiday charm hanging on my best friend's farmhouse and it added such a rich rustic appearance on her background wall which made me super jealous. All the better, it's made of thermoplastic material which you can reuse for several Christmases.  

Teardrop wreath

I found these at: Light in the Box

Elf On The Shelf wreath

Are you a fan of any elf on the shelf? If so, take a look at this mischievous and quirky take on the traditional Christmas wreath. This one is perfect for Christmas theme parties which you can also coordinate with your other fun elves’ supplies and holiday baubles. If you're a mum with kids (like I am), think about adding this to your Christmas wreath collection this year.

Elf on shelf

I found these at: Unique Party Shop

Frosted LED wreath

Trust me, this all-white wreath trinket, featuring poinsettias and berries, will bring magic to your holiday season. Offering a touch of class wherever you put it (but preferably on the patio, front porch or window), the frosted LED wreath creates a cosy and enchanting atmosphere that wonderfully complements the festivities. And as someone who loves dazzling fairy lights, I’m totally hooked on this trendy wreath take.

Frosted LED Christmas wreath

I found these at: Temple & Webster

Cute gingerbread man wreath

Want to add a little seasonal sweetness to your home? Try this cute gingerbread man as a Christmas wreath accessory. I love how it features plaid bows, red berries, pinecones and a sweet smile, wrapped pretty in a holiday swirl. It just whoops festive flair, right at your door or hanging in your Christmas tree.

Cute gingerbread man

I found these at: AU Shein

Pretty in pink wreath

If Molly Ringwald in Pretty in Pink was going to deck her family house with any Christmas wreath trim, it would definitely be this beautifully crafted Pretty in Pink collection. It doesn’t only work for doors or walls, but it’s also a great table centrepiece. Personally, I’m obsessed with the frosted foliage that splashes all the fun festive colours of silver, pink and white.

Pretty in pink Christmas wreath

I found these at: Kogan

Grinch wreath

Oh look, that sneaky Grinch just got stuck in Santa’s sack. What better way to throw some humour on the Christmas holiday than this Grinch wreath? It’s the perfect scene-stealer décor right outside your door, or Christmas branches. My sister has this Christmas wreath, and it spreads plenty of fun cheer for anyone who sees it (me, included).

Grinch wreath

I found these at: Fruugo Australia

Felt wall hanger wreath

There’s no stringent rule that says you can’t freely DIY your Christmas wreath. This felt wall hanger wreath can satisfy your sense of creativity with the coolest Christmas elements to put on the full holiday feels; reindeer, snowman, mistletoe, candies and Santa Claus. Plus, the option to go “lights out” or “lights off” is for the picking.

Felt wall hanger wreath

I found these at: My Deal

Bright deco snowman wreath

Nothing quite screams Christmas morning than this eye-catching bright deco snowman wreath. Adorned with striped roles of deco mesh of lime green, aqua and hot pink - complete with curly furls of glittering ribbon and the cutest Snowmen you’ll ever see in your life. This Christmas wreath will add the wow-factor to any door.

Bright deco snowman

I found these at: Etsy

Nordic Noel wreath

No need to go over-the-top to tis the season. At times, simplicity can be alluring, as with this Nordic Noel Christmas wreath. The classic greenery ensemble, adorned with tiny white mistletoes, epitomises elegance in any space. I dig this holiday décor, and I’m sure your friends and family with the greenest of thumbs will do too.

Nordic Noel

I found these at: Big W

Final thoughts

As a dedicated lover of the holiday season, I can't help but get excited about Christmas decorations. The Christmas wreath, in particular, holds a special place in my heart, bringing that extra touch of yuletide magic to my home.

In this article, I've shared a treasure trove of Christmas wreath ideas, each with its own unique charm and personality. From the classic elegance of the Frosted White Berry Wreath to the whimsical playfulness of the Grinch Wreath, there's a wreath for every taste and style.

I hope these Christmas wreath ideas inspire you to infuse your home with the true spirit of the season.

Remember, nothing quite says "MERRY CHRISTMAS" like a beautifully crafted Christmas wreath.

May your holiday season be filled with joy, warmth, and the delightful presence of these festive wreaths.

Happy decorating!

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Sally Love is a pseudo single mum author who has been writing about single motherhood, separation and divorce for 8+ years. She has been a single mother for 10+ years and has two daughters, one of whom she co-parents and the other she solo parents. Sally has experienced all aspects of single motherhood from legal, financial, parenting, dating, travel as a single parent, re-partnering and re-building a career. She is an integral part of the Beanstalk community chatting and helping single mothers across the globe, as well as sharing her expertise, experiences and genuine reviews with major national newspapers and appearing on nation-wide television shows.

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