It’s Easter weekend ahead! What are your plans? Whether you are enjoying a hearty meal with your family, going on en egg hunt or simply chill out, we hope you will have a blast celebrating the holiday.
As a long-existed holiday dating way back to over Medieval Europe, did you know some of the fun facts about Easter? Comment below to let us know if any of these suprises you.
- Easter eggs are dyed to represent the blood of Jesus Christ.
- Easter baskets symbolize birds’ nests and new life.
- The holiday was named after Anglo-Saxon goddness Eostre, whose sacred symbols are thought to have been the hare and the egg.
- Easter and Halloween compete for the highest candy sales.
- Around 90 million chocolate bunnies are sold for Easter.
- A surprising 59% of people eat the ears first.
- Americans consume over 16 million jelly beans over Easter.
- The White House Easter Egg Roll tradition started in 1878.
As it’s crystal clear that bunny, nest and egg are all the symbols of rebirth, fertility and hope, it’s no surprising these elements make frequent appearances in spring decor just as below. We say it’s time we wave goodbye to those dark, self-doubting moments and usher in the invigorating spring season with 100% energy! Happy Easter!