Best Christmas Wreaths for Your Front Door
Balsam Hill offers various foliage items, including battery-operated wreaths and outdoor-safe greenery. Below are some of the best wreaths for the Christmas season to spruce up your front door.
Crafted from the same lifelike needles as our BH Fraser Fir trees, this wreath features dark green needles with silvery undersides. The elevated True Needle® design mimics real foliage with 40 different tip variations for utmost realism. Pair with the matching garland to complete your Christmas theme.
This vibrant wreath features pine foliage mixed with lifelike magnolia leaves, artificial succulents, red berries, and natural pinecones. A festive outdoor wreath for the front door, the Outdoor Magnolia Ridge is also available as a garland, window box, and potted foliage.
The Champagne & Crystal Wreath makes any front door sparkle and shine with Christmas cheer. Lightly flocked and decorated with champagne and crystal accents, this glittery wreath is also available as a garland and potted tree to complete your porch or patio décor.
Add wintry charm to your front door décor with our customer-favourite Mountain Meadow wreath. Pinecones and other natural elements accentuate the lifelike foliage with a rustic and refreshing feel.
Greet neighbours and guests with some colourful Christmas cheer. Vibrant foliage and ornaments embody the season’s spirit and bring a bright touch to your Christmas celebrations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are questions and answers to the most common topics about wreaths and how to decorate your home with them.
What Does a Wreath on the Front Door Mean?
Back in the 16th century, wreaths were a symbol of hope and spring during the winter season. It’s also believed that they’re hung on the front door to invite the spirit of Christmas to enter the home. These days, wreaths can be used to decorate the front door, whether it’s spring, fall, or winter.
What Size Wreath Should I Put on My Front Door?
Measure the height and width of your front door. A wreath should cover 50 to 75% of the door’s width and shouldn’t be wider or taller than the hanging surface. Allot about 6 inches of space on each side of the wreath for a standard-sized door. Choose a bigger wreath and leave at least 2 inches of space on each side for a dramatic effect.
How Do I Hang a Wreath on My Front Door?
Use a wreath hook for your front door to make decorating easier and more convenient. This way, you won’t have to worry about damage from adhesives or screws.
What Can I Put on My Front Door Instead of a Wreath?
Swags and hanging baskets are great alternatives if you’re looking for ways to decorate your front door other than with a wreath. Check our collection of Christmas swags and teardrops, and you’ll find one perfect for your home.