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The Significance Of Easter Colors
fireangls4 says: 10 Months AgoEaster is a festival that commemorates the resurrection of Christ three days after his crucifixion. As a major springtime festival, apart from its religious importance, Easter also celebrates the end of chilly winter and welcomes the spring season. Every Easter color has a story to tell and has a special importance.
• RED: This color is associated with the blood that Jesus Christ had shed for mankind. The color red is a symbol of love and sacrifice for goodness of humanity.
• WHITE: This Easter color signifies purity and grace.
• GREEN: The color green brings ray of hope. Green is the color of grass.
• PURPLE: Easter color purple is indicative of royalty. It is said that the color purple brings wealth.
• YELLOW: The color is related to the brightness of sun. It's a color that brings joy and happiness.
• BLACK: The color indicates the evil side. Black signifies darkness and our sins.
• ORANGE: The color represents hope. It is associated with the dawn of day.
• PINK: Easter color pink indicates fresh beginnings.
• ROYAL BLUE: It symbolizes the birth of Jesus. It is used to distinguish Advent from Lent.
• BRIGHT BLUE: It symbolizes heaven or sky. It also signifies the beginning of a new creation.
• ROSE: It signifies joy and jubilation.
• SILVER: It symbolizes brightness and purity.
• GOLD: it symbolizes something that is precious and valuable.
• RED VIOLET: Red Violet or Violet is also a symbol for pain and suffering, and is used as an alternate color for the Season of Lent.
• GRAY: Gray is the color of ashes, and therefore a biblical symbol of mourning and repentance. It can be used on Ash Wednesday, during Lent, or on special days of fasting and prayer.
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