Easter’s colour palette

As most of the major festivals are associated with a unique set of colors also Easter has its own colour palette and each of these Easter colours has its own importance and significance.

Red

The color red is symptomatic of the blood that Lord Jesus Christ shed from his forehead, when the crown of thorns pierced into his bones. He shed the blood for our sins. Red color is extensively used to make designs on Easter eggs. Red spring flowers such as tulips are extensively used to decorate Easter eggs and included in flower baskets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

White

The color white symbolizes the hope of the resurrection, as well as the purity and newness that comes from victory over sin and death. White lily, one of the traditional flowers of Easter, is widely used for decorations of home and premises. It is used to adorn the altar at churches as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yellow

Yellow symbolizes the light of the world brought by the risen Christ that enlightens the world. Spring season is the time for the bloom of attractive yellow colored flowers, such as chrysanthemums, gerberas and sun flowers. You can make use of the beautiful blooming flowers in your decorations for Easter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Purple

Purple color is the color of royalty. It is the color of the garment that covered Jesus, when he was taken to the crucifix. Jesus Christ’s face and eyes turned purple in color, when he was tortured while crucifixion. Purple tulips can be used to adorn Easter flower bonnet. You can also make a beautiful bouquet by making use of purple colored spring flowers.

 

 

Black

Black is the color of sin or darkness that engulfed the world after Christ’s crucifixion. As an exception, black color is not used to decorate the home and premises during the ceremonious occasion of Easter. However, you can always wear black colored outfit during the holiday season.

Green

Green is the colour of grass and spring but it is also the colour of hope.And we do have hope because Christ is risen!

Happy Easter!

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