The 5 most popular Easter Flowers and their Meanings
Spring is a time for renewal, and nothing embodies that feeling more than Easter. In spring, nature brings new life in the form of blooming flowers and sunshine. As the days get longer and the weather warmer, flowers spring forth to embody the hope of the season. Easter flowers are often brought into our homes or given to loved ones as a symbol of the season, but not every flower has the same meaning. Today we are sharing the 5 most popular Easter flowers and their meanings so that you can choose your blooms with confidence.
One of the most popular flowers to send or receive for Easter is an Easter Lily. Much like the holiday itself, Easter lilies symbolize purity and rebirth. Easter lilies are are often associated with Christianity and the resurrection of Jesus Christ, as observed on Easter. The large trumpet-shaped bloom stands-out compared to other lily varieties, making this unique plant one of the most popular Easter flowers.
Tulips are often associated with the bright and playful nature of the Spring season, which is matched in their meaning. While each color has its own interpretation, tulips as a flower often symbolize having a cheerful nature. More specifically, yellow tulips symbolize cheerful thoughts, white tulips mean forgiveness, pink tulips mean happiness, red tulips stand for love, and purple tulips symbolizes royalty. Though there are many options for Easter flowers, tulips are able to capture the rebirth of the season, while adding light to any space.
While other spring flowers symbolize rebirth or a cheery disposition, irises have a deeper meaning. Much like Easter lilies, irises most commonly embody faith, spirituality, and hope. The most popular color of iris, purple, is often associated with royalty. In combination with the purple hue, irises are thought to symbolize wisdom and courage, making them a great choice for Easter flowers.
One of the most recognizable Easter flowers are daffodils. Similar to Easter Lilies, Daffodils are marked by their trumpet shaped bloom. Daffodils are commonly thought to symbolize new beginnings and sunshine because of their bright yellow hue. Daffodils are one of the most resilient flowers and continue to come back every year. Much like spring, daffodils are a symbol of new life that returns with the season.
Spring brings a variety of colorful and unique blooms, but none of them are as timeless and classic as the daisy. While daisies grow in many colors, white daisies are most synonymous with springtime. Daisies symbolize purity and innocence as well as having a playful or childlike nature. Many Easter flowers capture the values of the season, and daisies are no exception.
Spring and Easter alike indicate a time of rebirth for not only nature, but every aspect of our lives. If you or your space are in need of a fresh start, any of these 5 most popular Easter flowers could be just the trick to lift your spirits.
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