Easter Bunny Decoration Manufacturers Introduce Easter Customs

Update:03 Feb

Easter Bunny Decoration Manufacturers introduce Easter customs

1. A grand religious parade is generally held on Easter. The marchers wore robes, carried crosses, and marched barefoot. They dressed up as Christian historical figures and sang carols to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Today, festival parades have lost their strong religious overtones. The festive parade is full of a festive atmosphere and has strong folk and local characteristics. In the United States, there are clowns walking on stilts in denim suits and the lively and lovely cartoon character Mickey Mouse in the parade. In the UK, parades mostly introduce the local history and local customs, and the parades disguise themselves as Scottish bagpipe bands and palace guards, attracting many tourists. The arrival of Easter also makes people put on new clothes one after another. In the past, Christians would go to church to be baptized before the festival, and then put on their new robes to celebrate the new life of Christ. The custom of wearing new clothes has been preserved to this day because people think it is bad luck not to wear new clothes during the festival. During Easter, people also like to clean their houses thoroughly, which means that a new life begins.

2. When Easter is approaching, the windows of the candy store will be filled with exquisite eggs. There are also various small gifts for sale to attract children. It is decorated with a fluffy woolen chicken with its beak and feet glued to the card. A lucky child may get several of these gifts from relatives and friends. Easter eggs are meant to bring joy to people, they represent people's good wishes and share the joy of changing seasons.

3. Easter (the Lord's Resurrection Day) is an important festival in the West, which is the first Sunday after the full moon on the vernal equinox every year. Christians believe that Easter symbolizes rebirth and hope, commemorating the day when Jesus Christ was resurrected on the third day after he was crucified between AD 30 and 33.