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Posted by David Kraft on March 14, 2016 | Last Updated: June 22, 2021 Uncategorized

Nanz & Kraft – Easter Flowers

easter flowersEaster is a celebration which expresses sacrifice, love and new life. During the spring season, signs of renewal and hope are all around us; the earliest of spring flowers emerging from the cold ground is a sign of coming warm days and sunshine. The same floral display put on by nature can be yours inside your home – and truth be told, Easter just wouldn’t be the same without the gift of seasonal flowers.


Flowers express a range of emotions, and floral arrangements that are common around this time of year often embody the spirit and significance of the Easter holiday. Tulips and lilies are classic flowers found in Easter arrangements; each of these blooms are recognized icons in the Christian celebration of Easter. Tulips are known as a flower of love and passion, indicative of Christ’s sacrifice; and white lilies tell a story of hope and new life, tied to the Biblical story of the Resurrection. This arrangement of springtime lilies, while not white, brings a sunny and contemporary twist to the traditional Easter lily.

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Balmy temperatures and emerging nature may entice you to get outside and take a long walk with family and friends to enjoy the season. In fact, those special times were the inspiration behind the Springtime Stroll basket, an arrangement created to celebrate all of the glorious restorations of spring. Daisies, roses, snapdragons, tulips and mums overflow in this beautiful display of nature’s best flowers; placing this in your home or sending it as a gift is sure to create the feeling of fresh picked flowers from a morning walk through the meadow.



When looking for an appropriate centerpiece or floral arrangement for your Easter dinner table, Nanz and Kraft floral designs are a great place to start. As a gift or for yourself; for Easter celebrations or simply to enjoy the beauty of spring – flowers are the iconic symbol of the new season.