Break the tradition and give someone flowers this Easter, an Easter gift that’s totally fat-free. Flowers are a symbol of spring, hope and new beginnings. They make a beautiful gift and is commonly used as centrepieces and religious decorations during the Easter celebrations. Some traditional Easter flowers have a special significance for the occasion and the season. We’ve listed out some of the popular types and their meanings to help you decide what flowers to give this Easter.
Daffodils are commonly associated with the spring season. They can brighten up any room they are in and is an iconic symbol for cancer research. It represents hope, rebirth and new beginnings which makes it the perfect Easter flower as the flower signifies the occasion of the death and resurrection of Jesus.
Tulips are available in many different colours, they symbolise love, passion and belief. However, the white and purple tulips have other meanings, white tulips represent forgiveness while purple tulips represent royalty, two important aspects of the Christian Easter celebration. View our tulips bouquet here.
The white Easter Lily symbolises purity, hope and life. It carries significant meaning in Christianity as it is said that the lily appeared after the crucifixion of Jesus, which meant there was a sign of hope. Gifting white lilies during the Easter season to friends and family is the best way to remind that Easter is time to celebrate and rejoice.
If you’re looking for something that will re-ignite your spirit and surround you with peace and serenity during the Easter season, consider getting Easter flowers to enhance and brighten up your home. We’re also offering a €26 discount on our Easter Whites if you use our special code EASTER-M.