Sales of Easter-themed decorations have doubled as Britons go wild for spring flowers and bunny ornaments – so can YOU tell which of these festive wreaths is just £4.99 and which is more than £100?
- Amazon is selling wreaths to decorate homes this Easter with prices from £4.99
- However, florists are also getting involved in the trend offering fresh blooms
- We pitted budget options against pricier wreaths, but can you tell them apart?
Floral wreaths have proven popular this Easter as Britons have decorated their homes with Easter trees, eggs, and bunny ornaments,
Waitrose has seen double the sales of Easter-themed decorations compared to last year, while artificial tree sales have risen by a third, and card sales are up by 2,315 per cent.
Online home goods retailer Wayfair has also seen a rise in interest, selling 175 per cent more white artificial Christmas trees this month than in March 2020.
But with some costing in more than £100, decorating your home for the holiday may leave a dent in your bank account.
Amazon is delighting shoppers with budget wreaths for as little as £4.99, with styles including traditional Easter eggs and cute spring bunny designs.
Elsewhere, those who are willing to spend a little more can find mid-range wreaths at Waitrose and Dunelm.
Lovers of fresh flowers can find beautiful wreath arrangements from florists across the UK – but it will cost more at least £100.
We’ve pitted the luxury and budget wreaths against each other, so can you tell them apart?
Shops across the UK are embracing the trend for Easter wreaths, but can you spot the budget versions? One of these is less than £5, while the other is £38
One of these Easter bunny wreaths costs almost double the price of the other, despite both having bows and flowers
One of these wreaths cost just £37.50, while the other is more than £110. So can you tell which is which?
These striking floral wreaths will make any home look inviting this Easter, but one is more than £100 more than the other
One of these wreaths costs almost four times the price of the other, so can you spot the more expensive design?
Some people are picking gorgeous sunflower wreaths, so can you tell which of these is 160 per cent more expensive than the other?
Both of these wreaths with striking Easter egg designs are available online, with the left costing just £4.99 from Amazon, while the right is nearly eight times the price at £38
Etsy is selling an Easter bunny wreath with dried flowers for £30 (left), meanwhile Amazon sell a similar concept for just £15.99 (right)
Amazon’s rainbow tulip wreath is £37.50 (left), while a dried rainbow wreath from Etsy is £100 (right)
These wreaths have striking similarities with Hawberry Hill selling their eucalyptus wreath for £49.995 (right) and Hobbycraft selling a spring eucalyptus wreath for £10 (left)
The Real Flower Company offers a celebratory spring wreath for £115 (left), meanwhile Amazon has a floral design for £14 (right)
Dunelm sells an artificial Eucalyptus wreath for £20 (left), meanwhile Bloom is offering a green wreath for £79 (right)
Those in search of Sunflower decorations can buy a Wayfair wreath for £24.99 (left) or a more expensive one from Lights4Fun for £39.99