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Easter colours and what they mean

Easter colours and what they mean


Embrace your love of pastel colours for Easter. If you love pastel colours then, this is the time to embrace it! 

Did you know that there is a deeper meaning to the use of colours at Easter from a religious point of view? The Easter colours are:  White, Pink, Green, Violet, Gold,  Red and Black.

I thought I'd write about the meaning behind the colours and inspire your table styling inspiration with these beautiful colours. If these colours struck a cord with you and resonate with you. You can incorporate these colours into your Easter tablescape. 

White, is associated with Easter. It’s a happy colour and symbolises innocence, purity, grace and the resurrection of Jesus.

Pink is associated with Easter, symbolising joy and new beginnings.

Green is associated with the resurrection of Jesus and symbolising new beginnings and rebirth.

Purple is associated with Lent, it starts on Ash Wednesday and ends on Easter Sunday. It symbolises: the Royalty, sorrow, regret, remembrance and spiritual wealth.

Gold and Yellow is associated with Easter, representing glory after Jesus’ resurrection.

Red represents the blood shed and sacrifice made by Jesus and black represents the death of Jesus. 

When you're planning your Easter tablescape and if you want to incorporate any of these Easter colours into your theme you can bring them through flowers, painted eggs or tableware and table decor. 

What is your favourite Easter colour?

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