Easter Flowers

Easter Flowers

Easter is full of many customs, traditions, and symbols that we borrow from Christianity and the ancient world. Easter celebrations are filled with pastel colored flowers, different colored eggs and hopping bunnies that come to us from the ancient spring festivals. All these symbols represent fertility, new life, and rebirth. Easter flowers are also fitting emblems for this time of year with their soft, delicate petals and sprouting young buds.

Spring flowers are the perfect way to cheer, add warmth, radiance, and joy to Easter celebration. Most spring flowers symbolize fertility, abundance, and renewal. Easter flowers awaken the senses and remind you of new beginnings. Therefore, choosing Easter flowers is the best way to fill your home with the symbolism and meaning of Easter.

Because every flower is the vivid token of a different sentiment, we have decided to make it easy for you to choose the beautiful array of blooms for Easter Celebration. 

Daffodils

The daffodil is one of the first signs of spring. Daffodils can have a romantic connotation or simply show that you have a great deal of respect for the recipient. The larger the grouping of daffodils you give, the higher your regard for the recipient. In Germany, daffodils are known as Easter bells.

Lilacs

Lilacs are one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring. White lilacs symbolize purity and innocence. Violet lilacs symbolize spirituality. Blue lilacs symbolize happiness and tranquility. Magenta lilacs symbolize love and passion. Lilac, the color for which this flower is named, is a light purple that symbolizes a first love. Like wisteria, lilacs only bloom for a couple weeks, and when they bloom is highly dependent on the weather. Therefore, if we get lucky to have lilacs for Easter, we should take advantage of their beauty.

Tulips

Tulips will infuse your home with freshness and colorful energy. Tulips are another early sign of spring and the rebirth of the season after winter. They are messengers of love, passion, and belief – the values important to the celebration of Easter.

Daisies

The sweet aroma of purity, innocence and loyal love can only come from the simple yet beautiful daisy. Commonly gifted to new mothers, the April birthday flower also represents fertility and motherhood. Daisies are also fragrant, adding a nice touch to centerpieces and decorations. While white would be the first choice for Easter, daisies are available in yellow, pinks, reds, purples, brown and more colors.

Hyacinths

Hyacinth has an incredible fragrance and delicate blossoms. The colors of hyacinths have different meanings. White can mean that the recipient is beautiful or that someone is praying for them. Purple can be considered an apology. Pink is an indication of playfulness. While not everyone knows the meanings of flower colors, yellow hyacinths should be avoided as they are considered to indicate jealousy.

Are you looking for something that will rejuvenate your spirit and surround you with tranquility during the happy and colorful Easter season?

Check out JLF Spring Collection to find flower arrangements that will adorn and enliven your home. At Easter time, families have many traditions – make the perfect JLF Box of Easter flowers part of your cherished moments this Easter.

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