Easter Bunny Decoration Manufacturers introduced that the Easter Bunny is one of the symbols of Easter. As a prolific animal, the rabbit symbolizes the revival of spring and the birth of new life. The rabbit was the pet of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and the candle holder of Horta, the Germanic land goddess. So now rabbits are used as messengers to deliver Easter eggs to children.
Although the custom of Easter eggs also originated in ancient times, its origin is still unverifiable. The Greeks usually painted eggs red on this day, using the color of blood to signify the resurrection of all things in spring (later, this also signified the blood of the crucified Christ). Some people also paint with green, to commemorate the new green after a winter withered. Other colors, including pastel shades (perhaps symbolic of the rainbow) popular in the United States and elsewhere, followed.
The concept of the egg-laying rabbit was introduced to the United States in the 18th century. In the Dutch Quarter of Pennsylvania, German immigrants tell their children stories about 'OSTERHASE'. 'HASE' is a hare, not a house rabbit. Therefore, in the folklore of Northwest Europe, the hare is mentioned instead of the domestic rabbit, which was later called the Easter bunny culture.