Easter decorations: understanding Easter

In Western countries, Easter symbolizes rebirth and hope, and is equally important as Christmas. Jesus had prophesized his death and resurrection before his crucifixion, saying, "The Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests and the teachers of the law, and he must be killed and on the third day be raised to life." Indeed, on the third day after his crucifixion, Jesus rose from the dead as he had prophesized. The church subsequently established Easter as a holiday to commemorate and celebrate Jesus' resurrection. Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal equinox, because after the vernal equinox in the northern hemisphere, the days start becoming longer and the nights shorter, with more daylight than darkness. At full moon, not only is there ample light during the day, even the dark night is illuminated by moonlight. As a festival of rebirth and hope, let's use our ingenuity to decorate our homes and welcome the holiday!

Easter decorations: Easter-themed decor

Textiles and napkins

Colorful patterned cushions and blankets showcase the arrival of the festival. As the first important holiday after the new year, the main color theme of Easter is bright yellow, so it is recommended to use large areas of bright yellow as the base color for soft furnishings in Easter decorations. It's like bright sunshine shining into the house, making everything feel cheerful. From sofa cushions to napkins and placemats, everything can be replaced with bright yellow Easter-themed items.

Feather decorations

For countries in the southern hemisphere, the temperature begins to drop during Easter. Easter decorations can follow the example of the Nordic people, using colorful feathers stuck on newly sprouted branches instead of flowers, creating an imaginative and stylish decoration.

Egg bouquets

Easter eggs are always the first choice for decoration. They symbolize the beginning of new life and the resurgence of everything. Tying them together to create a flower-like bouquet is a classic decoration technique that every household should have.

Themed tables

The rabbit is definitely the essential "protagonist" of Easter, symbolizing fertility and vitality in fairy tales. Wooden or woven rabbits holding polka-dot Easter eggs are cute and playful Easter decorations that will make dining an even more enjoyable experience. Fuzzy little felt chicks are also perfect decorations for Easter, and children who usually won't sit still at the table may become completely captivated and won't want to leave.

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