Spring days bring sunshine, new life and a sense of renewal; and during the Easter season, there are many iconic flowers we closely associate with the spirit of spring. One of the most commonly gifted flowers this time of year is the graceful white lily, or Easter Lily. This elegant blossom represents hope, innocence and peace; making it a symbolic flower of the Christian tradition of the death and resurrection of Christ. Easter lilies provide the embellishment for churches and services annually. Curran’s Flowers’ contemporary variation on the traditional white lily makes for a stunning Easter arrangement.
There are several flowers associated with the spring season because of their early appearance. The crocus is often considered the first indication that spring is imminent. People search for the flower to emerge from the ground, sometimes even when there is still frost evident; and the bloom’s arrival is gleefully celebrated as the end of winter. Utilized in ancient times for medicinal and herbal treatments, the crocus is considered to exude youthful joy. The daffodil – also known as narcissus, from Greek mythology – is also one of the earliest harbingers of the spring’s arrival. The daffodil manages to survive the rains and winds that often continue throughout the spring season, making it especially hardy. The elegant and vivacious iris is also a prolific Easter flower, representing wisdom and faith, often used at grave sites as a symbol of God’s blessing. Tulips, however, may hold the title as the flower most associated with the fresh attitude and joyful vibrance of spring.
When you are searching for classic spring flowers to adorn your home and table during the Easter season, you need to look no further than Currans Flowers. Our Danvers area floral experts have a passion for designing bright spring arrangements that express all the hope and promise of the season. Call us or browse our website, and order your spring flowers for Easter today!