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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 Gifts

When most people think of Easter gifts they often think of Easter eggs or Easter flowers,   and some people prefer to give baskets of food or candy.  The tradition of gifts at Easter time dates back many thousands of years and has its origins in the pagan celebration of Eostre – the goddess of spring. Giving gifts that symbolized the return of spring and the promise of new life was often the theme of these special feasts and celebrations. Eggs have always been associated with life – for obvious and not so obvious reasons. As an aside, the way that eggs and the Easter bunny became a North American tradition is due in part to the Germans of the 17th century. They settled in Pennsylvania and brought their unique tradition (of a hare laying brightly coloured eggs on Easter morning) with them when they settled in America. The giving of flowers is also symbolic of many traditions and is steeped in both pagan and neo-Christian lore. The white Eater lily has long been associated with both Jesus and the Virgin Mary as it is said that the white flowers appears at Jesus feet in the garden of Gethsemane as he hung from th cross. Alternatively, the white lilies were all that was found in the Virgin Mary’s tomb three days after her burial. This year, as Easter approaches, no matter what your beliefs, remember this, Easter has always been a time of celebration and a time of giving. And sending Easter flowers or an Easter gift is a great way to tell someone you are thinking about them. And sending Easter gifts is easy, simply contact Brantflorist today.

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Easter Floral Arrangements

Easter

Easter is one of the oldest and the most important festivals in the Christian calendar.  It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ and is held between March 21st and April 25th on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the northern spring equinox.

Easter is not a single celebration as some might think, it is in fact a combination of many celebrations, spanning thousands of years and is a mixture of both pagan and modern religions. The artifacts and items associated with Easter including the Hare (nowadays known as the “Easter Bunny”,) the Easter Eggs, the Baskets, the Flowers, the Pastries and Cakes of Europe, the Chocolates and the traditional feast on the Easter Sunday, all have their lineage in a variety of distinct and in many cases, completely un-Christian roots. For instance, it would be hard to imagine Easter without Easter BasketsContinue reading