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Celebrating Easter in San Diego

Easter is here again, arriving on Sunday, April 16th. This is a special time of year and one of the most religious holidays of all, holding special meaning for many in the Christian faith. Others simply enjoy the family time together, Easter egg hunts, delicious Easter baskets, and wonderful ham dinner or brunch. Whatever you plan on doing, make sure you include some beautiful spring flowers as well as great Easter gifts for loved ones. Our Easter collection is here and available at all of our San Diego flower shops as well as on our flower website. Here are some highlights to give you an idea of how to dress your Easter dinner or buffet table as well as what you can give to loved ones: Hello Spring offers blue hydrangea, lavender and jade roses, and other premium spring flowers. Easter Egg-citing is a spring design with poms, lilies, dianthus, carnations and more in a glass vase that has been filled with plastic Easter eggs in many colors. The Easter lily plant symbolizes the glory of Easter and comes in a decorative basket showing off its pure white blooms. Spring Forward combines yellow tulips with blue hydrangea for a unique

Getting Ready for Palm Sunday and Easter Celebrations

This year, Palm Sunday is March 24th and Easter Sunday is March 31st, so that means it’s time to start thinking about this special religious holidays, their meanings and traditions, and plans to decorate the house and table with special Easter flowers, Easter centerpieces, and Easter baskets. Meaning and Tradition According to FaithShare.com, Palm Sunday is one of the most important days in the Christian calendar alongside Christmas and Easter. It is always the Sunday before Easter and starts the Holy Week, which remembers the week of events leading up to Jesus’ death.  Typically, those that celebrate Palm Sunday attend mass and participate in the blessing of the palm fronds, which was what was used to pave the road as Jesus passed on a donkey. Easter Sunday is a celebration of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead. It is the critical belief in Christianity as it means everything in terms of salvation and redemption for Christians in terms of Jesus’ sacrifice for human sin. Those that celebrate Easter Sunday do so at church as well as at home or with a meal with others. Celebration and Décor Easter has become a commercial celebration as well with many fun activities for children,