Easter Decorations Manufacturers Introduce 3 Customs Of Easter

Update:05 Aug

Easter Decorations Manufacturers introduce 3 customs of Easter

1. Easter Eggs:
During the festival, according to traditional customs, people boil the eggs and paint them red, which represents the swan weeping and the happiness after the birth of the goddess of life. Put it on the ground or on the soil slope and roll, the last one that cracks is the winner, and the winner can get all the players' easter eggs.
It is believed that the egg rolling back and forth on the ground can make the devil constantly tremble and suffer. There is also Easter egg hunting. People may hide all kinds of Easter eggs in different places for children to find.

2. Holiday symbols:
Another symbol of Easter is the bunny, which is regarded as the creator of new life because of its strong reproductive ability. During the festival, adults will vividly tell children that Easter eggs will hatch into bunnies. Many families also put some Easter eggs on the garden lawn for the children to play the game of finding Easter eggs. Easter bunnies and eggs have also become popular items during the holiday season. The mall sells all kinds of bunnies and Easter eggs, and small food stores and candy stores are filled with chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs. These "food bunnies" look cute and have different shapes of Easter eggs. , It tastes sweet and sweet, and it is also suitable for giving to friends.

3. Food features:
American food on Easter is also very characteristic, mostly mutton and ham. According to legend, once God ordered Abraham to kill his only son Isaac as a sacrifice in order to test Abraham's loyalty. Abraham was in great pain. Finally, he decided to do as God's will. Just as he raised his sword and cut his son In an instant, God sent an angel to stop him. Abraham sacrificed a ram to God. Later, it became the custom of this festival to use sheep as sacrifices to sacrifice to God. The habit of eating ham is said to have been brought in by British immigrants. At first, the British used to eat ham to express their contempt for the Jewish taboo meat food containing blood; today, it has developed into a traditional food for Easter. However, people still often eat Easter cans during Easter.