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5 Magnificent Flowers Traditionally Used To Celebrate Easter

5 Magnificent Flowers Traditionally Used To Celebrate Easter

Flowers are often a part of marking the milestones – one of which is the upcoming Easter.

Easter is a time of celebration and a holiday infused with traditions for many families. Because flowers symbolise Spring, one of the traditions you can observe in many countries, including Singapore, is using flowers as gifts or decorations this Easter.

With a little care and thought, it is possible to celebrate the occasion by getting flowers that will deck out the home this Easter. Here are some floral suggestions to get you started.

1. Lilies

Lilies, particularly white lilies, are considered classic flowers during Easter. The white lily is known to mean hope, life, and purity.

In Christianity, this flower carries significant meaning, as it is said that the lily appeared after Jesus’ crucifixion. Hence, while lilies are a naturally a great complement to your home décor, it adds further depth and meaning by ymbolizing that Easter is a time to be hopeful and to rejoice.

2. Daffodils

For flowers that represent hope, rebirth and new beginnings, daffodils are a classic choice with its cheerful design and sunny demeanor.

Daffodils blooming is one of the first signs of the spring season, bringing about a certain atmosphere of cheer and lightness, a refresh from the heaviness of Winter.

3. Daisy

Daisies are often a favourite during Easter, as they evoke a wonderful sense of purity, calmness, and serenity. Like daffodils, they also bring an aura of happiness to the decoration.

Aside from being beautiful and relaxing, decorating with daisies is a safe choice for its colourful aesthetic that can genuinely add a pretty touch to your Easter decorations.

While white may be the first choice, daisies are available in various colours like yellow and pink.

4. Tulips

The blooming of tulips is another early sign of spring. Tulips are commonly given as gifts on occasions like birthdays and Valentine’s Day as they symbolise belief, love, and passion.

Additionally, the white and purple tulips take on other meanings, such as forgiveness and royalty respectively. These two are pertinent aspects of the Christian Easter celebration, which is why tulips are also an ideal option to celebrate Easter.

5. Hyacinth

Hyacinths make an excellent choice for Easter flower decorations because they display a remarkable impression of delicate blossoms and a fantastic fragrance. They are also lovely for those wanting to get their hands dirty in planting hyacinth bulbs into their favourite planters. In many cultures, this type of flower is considered to represent rebirth.

Moreover, Easter flowers are commonly soft and pastel-coloured, and hyacinths fit the aesthetic perfectly. They are also associated with Spring, ideal for welcoming Easter with open arms.

Final thoughts

Final thoughts

Choosing flowers with a story or meaning behind them is a great way to celebrate Easter. Our Peaches and Pastels and seasonal Spring bouquets and wreaths are befitting of the cheerful spirit of Spring during which Easter falls in.

Celebrate Easter with Charlotte Puxley Flowers by decorating your home with our carefully curated floral arrangement in Singapore, because every flower arrangement is unique. Should you want to try your hand at floral decoration, we have plenty of florist classes available, so start browsing today.

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