Easter is the springtime holiday; celebrating Easter is an ancient custom and a magical time for children to enjoy chocolate Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies, fondant chicks and jellybean-filled Easter eggs. For adults it is a time of celebration that goes with many family traditions.
One of the many Easter traditions is having a special Easter brunch featuring a magnificent table with all sorts of Easter delicacies and decorations, including beautiful floral decorations.
Of all the symbols associated with Easter, the egg is the most identifiable, being the symbol of fertility and new life. Using eggs in flower arrangements is very much a feature of Easter. The custom and tradition of using eggs have been associated with Easter for centuries. Just as Santa Claus represents Christmas, a hopping Easter bunny with a basket full of colourful eggs is the quintessential image of Easter.
Different cultures have developed their own ways of decorating Easter eggs and using this symbol in flowal decorations. Happy Easter arrangements do not have to be colourful or in happy yellow; they can be modern and white as well.
Create a still life for Easter with a range of white colours.
Used varieties and materials
- Gerbera Grandola!®
- Rose Musette!®
- White spray roses Viviane®
- Lily White Heaven®
- Ornamental Fruit
- White egg shells
- White feathers
- Round base of small twigs
- Small white porcelain cups
Use a plate made of twigs as base and create your own still life. This arrangement can be used as a table centre for Easter and can be adapted to any colour theme you choose.
If you prefer a more colourful Easter, just add some painted eggs and Easter bunnies, kids will love that.
Dutch Creations wishes you Happy Easter!