Easter Floral Front Door Decor.
Almost every holiday I like to redo the decorations for my front porch.
I usually use as many items that I already have to save money.
I like to make wreaths and door mats and possibly buy an item or two to compliment the decor. I try to do things inexpensively because it’s always nice to create something that doesn’t cost a lot!
I found this coir floral door mat at Target on sale this winter for $9.00. I fell in love with it and based the rest of the decoration around it.
Due to the rug, I ended up choosing to decoration in an Easter floral theme.
I have a bunch of faux flowers that I was able to re-use to create a few floral arrangements.
The cherry blossoms and pink mums were used for my daughter’s Encanto birthday party.
And the pampas grass was purchased to make these Valentine’s Day wreaths.
I made this simple wood beaded garland hoop wreath for the front door. I wanted it to be a minimal simple wreath due to the floral arrangements on either side of the door.
I’ll upload a video showing how I made the wreath on a separate post this week.
The tall planters were bought on used on local classifieds. I purchased them for $15.00 each.
I will be posting a tutorial on how I arranged these planters this week.
I bought this bunny statue on local classifieds for about $5 as well.
The flower pots came from Target and were $3.00-$5.00 each.
I found them in the dollar bins at Target.
I used the two white ones with color bottoms for this Minimal Easter tablescape which were filled with eggs.
The cute aqua watering can was purchased on Amazon for $11.00. I use it to water my house plants.
I thought it would be a cute addition to the decorations and would balance the right side because of the bunny statue on the left.
The egg flower stems that I put into the floral arrangements were purchased at Dollar Tree for this Kids’ Easter Tablescape. They’ve been so great to have because they are so cute and versatile! I also used some for this Easter Entry table.
The industrial black mat was free from a neighbor. I usually keep it on my front porch. It adds a nice contrast to a lot of my decorations and helps keep shoes clean on entrance to our home.
I really like the way everything came together.
Supply List for this Easter Floral Front Door Decor
2 bi-colored pots (Target)
Wood bead hoop wreath. I will be posting a video and tutorial on a separate post on how I put the wreath together this week.
Floral Arrangements. I will be posting a video and tutorial on a separate post on how I put these arrangements together this week.
2 tall metal planters (classifieds, but I linked to similar).
Floral Dry Foam I used 5 of these foam bricks cut in half.
How much did this Easter Floral Front Door Decor cost?
I save a lot of money by reusing faux flowers and filler. I also re-use floral foam, metal hoop wreaths, pots, etc.
So, when I tally up how much something cost me to create, I don’t include items I already had and am just re-using.
This is the list of what I bought specifically for the front door decor this year: bunny, terracotta pots, wreath, and doormat…bringing the total to ~ $45.00.
I’ll be able to use all of these items for other crafting projects or decoration in the future, so it was well worth it.
I hope this Easter Floral Front Door Decor inspires your creativity this spring.
If you have any questions about this project, please let me know in the comments below.