6 Stunning Summer Front Door Wreaths Ideas

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6 Stunning Summer Front Door Wreaths Ideas – One of the best parts about summer is being able to spend time outdoors.

The sun, warm weather and beautiful flowers make for a fun, memorable season.

If you want to spruce up your front door with some fun summer decorations that will make your house look like a postcard from paradise, then try these summer front door wreaths!

6 Stunning Summer Front Door Wreaths Ideas

Raspberry door wreath

The raspberry door wreath is made with raspberries, ferns, and a grapevine wreath.

To make this wreath you will need:

  • Raspberries (around 3-5 per person)
  • Fern leaves (about 1 per person)
  • Grapevine wreath (available at craft stores)

DIY summer lemon swag

To make the summer lemon swag:

  • 1. Cut a 6-inch-wide ribbon in half (so you have two pieces that are 3 inches wide).
  • 2. Knot one end of each piece of ribbon and then wrap around your door handle, adjusting so that it hangs evenly on both sides of the door handle.
  • 3. If desired, use hot glue to secure each knot in place so they don’t come off when someone opens or closes the door! If you don’t want them to move at all, try taping them into place instead!

Now that we have our DIY summer lemon swag hung up on our front porch, let’s go ahead and put together a few other easy DIY projects for this summer’s hot season!

DIY nautical rope wreath

Nautical rope wreaths are a fun way to add color and personality to your front door. They’re also incredibly easy to make!

What you need:

  • Nautical rope
  • Scissors (or a knife)
  • Twine or ribbon to hang the wreath with
  • Small nails or tacks
  • Hammer (not pictured, but very important!)
  • Hot glue gun

Shabby chic flowers

Shabby chic is a style that combines the allure of rich materials with a distressed, worn-in look. Those who love shabby chic can use it to create truly stunning pieces for their homes.

A true shabby chic wreath will look like it has been around for years and years, but in reality, it should only take you about 30 minutes to create one from scratch.

You’ll need some simple supplies and an idea of what you’re going for before you start:

  • Flowers (various sizes/colors)
  • Ribbon or twine in coordinating colors (or fabric strips if you want your wreath to be removable)
  • Scissors

Orange and green draping succulents

You can create a wreath with succulents, or you can plant them in the wreath and use it as a planter. This is a great way to add some greenery and color to your front door this summer.

Succulents are perfect for this project because they require very little water, which means less maintenance for you. They also come in many different shapes and sizes — so there’s something for everyone!

Summer daisy wreath

Materials needed:

  • 1/2 inch Styrofoam wreath form
  • Primer and paint in your choice of colors (I used white primer, then two coats of gold metallic crackle paint)
  • Daisies (I ordered mine from Amazon)

How to assemble:

  • Wrap the Styrofoam with floral tape, or hot glue gun if you have one. You can also use ribbon or twine, but I like floral tape because it’s easy to apply and remove when you change out your wreath later in the season! Apply a few layers around the form until it looks full enough for your liking!
  • Paint the entire wreath with primer first – this will help prevent chipping and cracking later on in life 🙂 Let dry completely before moving on to step 3! 3.. Once dry spray paint using an even coat of gold metallic crackle overtop of your primer layer – again wait until this dries fully before adding any embellishments like flowers etc…

Bright, beautiful summer flower decorations for your front door.

Summer front door wreaths can be made from a variety of materials, including flowers and leaves. The wreath shown here features yellow daisies on a brown background.

You can make your own summer door wreath by purchasing some ribbon or twine and tying it around a large round form like an old tin can or jar lid.

If you’re using a flat form instead of one with curves, you’ll need to tie several pieces together so that they have enough depth to hold the flowers in place without falling off when someone opens the front door.

Once your summer front door wreaths is ready to hang, choose a space where most visitors will see it when they enter your house: either on the wall next to the front door or right over it as part of an arrangement above it (depending on how tall your space is). Don’t forget that this decoration needs water every day!

Conclusion

All of these wreaths are beautiful, and they’re sure to liven up your front door.

There’s something for everyone here, whether you like bright colors or more subtle tones. You could even make one with just an assortment of flowers from around the yard!

It doesn’t matter which one you choose: all of them will look great on your door this summer.