We are less than two weeks away from Easter, which will take place on April 9 this year. While you may think of mass, lent, egg hunts, and brunch as traditional ways to celebrate Easter, flowers are also central to the occasion.
If you’re looking to liven up your home for the holiday or to find something to bring to an Easter dinner or brunch at a loved one’s home, you might want to consider a holiday-themed floral arrangement. Here are some flowers that are traditionally associated with Easter:
Although Easter is never on the same day two years in a row, it always takes place just after the start of spring. Many associate Easter with the start of the seasons. And, of course, daffodils are also considered one of the first signs of spring. They show the recipient that you care deeply for them. Giving an entire arrangement of daffodils – or purchasing one for your home – is a great idea for this Easter.
One of the most traditional Easter flowers is the white lily. They are among the most popular flowers to give this time of year as they represent both hope and love – much like Easter itself. White and yellow lilies are among the most popular when it comes to Easter arrangements.
Like daffodils, tulips are among the earliest flowers we see in spring and are synonymous with the start of the season. Giving someone an arrangement of tulips during the Easter seasons is a good way of letting them know they are special to you.
Daisies are a beautiful and cheerful flower that many associate with the Easter season. They’re a great addition to centerpieces due to both their appearance and fragrance. White daisies in particular are popular for Easter, but the flower comes in such colorful spring shades as red, yellow, pink, and purple.