Easter is a festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In the Western Church tradition, the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox is Easter. The Eastern Church stipulates that if the full moon coincides with Sunday, Easter will be postponed for another week. Therefore, the Festival period is roughly between March 22 and April 25. The Bible New Testament records that Jesus was crucified on the cross, and on the third day his body came back to life, hence the name of Easter.Easter is the most important festival of Christian religion, which is more important than Christmas.
Easter is an open invitation to fill your house with pastels, florals, painted eggs, and adorable animal figurines. Since the inside of your house is dressed to the nines with spring-specific decor, make sure that your neighbors and guests can feel the seasonal cheer by adding one of these Easter wreaths to your front door. With speckled eggs, fluffy bunnies, and garden-picked flowers, these DIYs will give a cheerful welcome to everyone who stops by from now through April 4.
While bunnies, chicks, and Easter eggs often find their place on most Easter wreaths, we understand that some people like to take a more subtle approach, which is why we’ve included several wreaths that celebrate the spring season as a whole. It actually pays off to go for one of the less holiday-centric ideas because you can leave it up on your door long after the Easter Bunny’s visit. Planning an entire Easter-themed crafternoon? Try any of these Easter crafts or make these outdoor Easter decorations to give your home’s exterior a complete holiday makeover.
The Easter wreath is simple and elegant, and the symbols of several elements of the crucifixion of Jesus are properly applied: purple linen symbolizes the purple robe of the King on the quilt cover of the crucifixion of Jesus, and Lily represents the holy and Resurrection hope, the Willow vine wreath is the crown of thorns on Jesus’s head, and the cross reads “He has risen”.