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Easter Flowers

Easter is April 4th, do you have your Easter FlowersBrant Florist has a great selection of Easter Flowers to help you celebrate Easter with your family and friends.

Spring Showers Bouquet by Teleflora

Spring Showers Bouquet by Teleflora

A gift with real shower flower power, this colorful and useful hand-painted ceramic watering can not only holds flowers, it also helps grow them. Later, filled with water, it’s an indoor gardener’s best friend. Surprise someone who’d love it this Easter.

Mixed Color Tulips

Mixed Color Tulips

Tulips are the great harbinger of spring. Suitable to accompany any message especially Easter. Brant Florist suggest a large card for your words. Other nice add ons include a box of chocolates, a teddy bear, and/or some helium balloons.  NOTE:  The galvanized pail shown will not be available in all markets.

Pure Devotion

Pure Devotion

I love the simplicity of this flower arrangement, simple yet so beautiful.  Cool lavender hues – warm heart. Sweet lavender roses, rosy lavender carnations and lavender blue lisianthus in a glass cube makes this a very unique bouquet for Easter.

Spring in the ParkSpring in the Park 

Serene Garden Flower Arrangement

Serene Garden Flower Arrangement

To express your special wishes, this bouquet brings together beautiful blooms in an elegant display. Vased arrangement includes roses, gerbera daisies, alstroemeria and more making a serene garden flower arrangement perfect for Easter. 

A whitewash handled basket holds a bevy of springtime blossoms. Hot pink roses, pink hyacinth, blue delphinium, pink heather, white daisies and purple tulips come together in an explosion of color. Finished with a pretty bright green bow, it’s as refreshing as a walk in the park and perfect for any Easter dinner table.

Easter Eggs and Easter Flowers

Ring in Spring Tulips by Teleflora

Ring in Spring Tulips by Teleflora 

Colorful Easter eggs and Easter flowers go hand in hand.  Easter is such a colorful celebration.  Easter dinner tables are filled with beautiful food and adorn with colorful Easter Eggs.  The children are dressed in their Sunday’s best sporting bright colors and soft pastels.  If you are or hosting an Easter Dinner, Easter flowers are a great way to decorate your home and bring a sense of Spring and color into any room.  Colorful Easter flowers can go in more places than just as a centerpiece for the table.  Adorn a bay window with an Easter décor and some beautiful Easter Flowers.  Colorful Easter flowers in an entryway are a great way to greet your guest.

Yellow and Lavender Delight Flower Vase 
Yellow and Lavender Delight Flower Vase

Overnight guest will be thrilled seeing a colorful Easter bouquet on the bed side table in the guest bedroom.  And of course, you mustn’t overlook the dinner table, where you and all your loved ones will gather.  A gorgeous Easter Flower Table centerpiece will bring awe and celebration to your table. 

Color Harmony Basket

 Color Harmony Basket

Use your imagination and you will be sure to come up with many other spots in your home that colorful Easter flowers will accent beautifully making your Easter family gathering one that will be colorful and not forgotten.

Easter and Easter Flowers

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Easter is the oldest and most important event in the Christian Church, celebrating the resurrection of Christ. Easter is held (based on the Western Church) between March 21st and April 25th, on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the northern Spring Equinox.

Easter is a special time of year: the celebrations people share, the  gifts, the unique flowers associated with this special time, the Easter Bunny, the wonderful gift baskets, the eggs and even hot cross buns.

To understand Easter’s special qualities it helps to appreciate the origins of this event. Originally a Pagan festival celebrating the return of Spring, this second century Saxon fertility celebration was a raucous affair to say the least. The Goddess Ostara (Eastre) was honored in a variety of colourful and imaginative ways and Ostara’s sacred animal was the hare. Continue reading