Easter which is also known as Pascha or Resurrection Sunday is a Christian festival and cultural holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.
The celebration of the Death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is a huge deal for Christians as it is a time when they reflect on what the Lord God for them.
According to the Bible, God gave his only begotten son Jesus Christ to die for the sins of mankind and that led to Christians setting April as the date to remember the sacrifice that was made on the cross for them.
Easter is mostly celebrated with Church services, festive family meals, Easter egg decoration, and gift-giving and also comes with Prayer, all-night vigil, and sunrise service.
What Flower Represents Easter?
Easter is represented by the flower known as the Lilies. The flower is known to be one that is known as the tears of Eve.
White Easter flowers, like the lily, often symbolize purity and innocence. For Christians, this purity and innocence is associated with Christ.
According to reports, After God sacked Eve from the garden of Eden, she tried tears of remorse which turned into the lily.
Do Lilies Like Easter?
Lilies like Easter a lot as it is known to symbolize spring with its trumpet-shaped flowers.