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The Best Flowers to Send for Easter 2024

March 5, 2024

Peonies for Easter 2024

Welcome the joy and vibrancy of Easter with breathtaking flower arrangements that capture the essence of this festive season. From vibrant tulips to delicate Easter lilies, Easter flowers add a touch of elegance and freshness to your celebrations. Explore our curated collection of Happy Easter flower arrangements and discover the perfect blooms to adorn your home or order for delivery as a thoughtful gifts to your loved ones.


The Best Flowers to Send for Easter 

  1. Lilies
  2. Tulips
  3. Daffodils
  4. Ranunculus
  5. Peonies
  6. Roses
  7. Orchids
  8. Live Plants

Choosing the Best Flowers to Send for Easter

As you may know, Easter doesn’t have a fixed date on the calendar and can fall on any Sunday between March 22 and April 25. To figure out the date, you have to look for the first Sunday on or after the Spring Equinox, which can get confusing because that’s not a fixed date either. So it’s best to check with the experts, who tell us that the holiday falls on Sunday, March 31, 2024 this year.

Once you have the right date, the next step is to choose the best flowers to send so that they will reach the recipient on time. Typical Easter colors are pastel shades of yellow, pink, and blue, but you can stretch this to include cream, sunset, peach, amethyst, and other soft colors as well. Sometimes it’s easier to pick a bouquet based on the type of flower. Let’s take a look at the best flowers to send for Easter Flower Arrangements

Lilies

Lilies are the traditional Easter flowers for decorations and gifting, and they have deep spiritual and religious meanings as well. They symbolize purity, fertility, and resurrection. While Easter lilies are most often connected with the holiday, other varieties like Calla lilies and roselilies also make striking and eye-catching bouquets, in vibrant colors like pink and orange.


Lilies in a bouquet will typically last for a week or two. The water in the vase should be changed every few days, and they should be kept away from direct sunlight.

Tulips

Tulips are the epitome of spring flowers, with a range of bright colors, including yellow, red, pink, orange, and purple. Like roses, tulips symbolize perfect love, as well as rebirth, making them especially suitable for an Easter bouquet. Tulips in a bouquet can last up to 10 days with proper care.

Daffodils

Like fluffy yellow chicks and Easter eggs, daffodils are an essential part of the season when the world reawakens itself to light and warmth after a long winter. In England, they’re also called Lenten lilies or Easter roses, as this is the time of year for the blooms appear.

Daffodils make a cheerful gift by themselves or paired with other flowers and green sprigs. A mixed daffodil bouquet with bright yellow jonquils and paperwhite narcissus brings together the best of the season.

Over time, daffodils have been associated with many different meanings, such as resilience, chivalry, and unrequited love. In China, they are connected with good fortune, and in France, they symobilze hope.

Ranunculus

With their bright colors, delicate petals, and rounded shape, ranunculus is always a good choice for a bouquet. The most commonly seen variety is the Persian buttercup with layers of ruffled petals. These are close relatives of the yellow meadow buttercup, a wildflower often encountered near streams.

Mixed with roses in shades of yellow, orange cream, and peach, Easter ranunculus blooms make a good gift for someone who charms you.

Peonies

Peonies stand for a happy life, which makes them the perfect gift at any time. Their bright colors and heady scent make them a good pick for an Easter bouquet, like The Peony that includes 10 stems of fragrant blooms in shades of pink. The Grower’s Choice Peony highlights a mix of pink and white blooms in another delightful bouquet.

Roses

Roses are always a good choice for an Easter bouquet, and different colors carry different meanings. White roses symbolize innocence, and the heavenly, pink roses stand for happiness, and peach and orange blooms convey enthusiasm and energy.

Orchids

Orchids are not usually associated with Easter, but their delicate colors and fragrance make them a natural for this holiday. Live orchids in shades of yellow, pink and white, will continue to bloom and evoke happy memories long after this special day.

Mixed Bouquets

Some of the most beautiful easter arrangements are bouquets mix different flowers for a cheerful and exuberant burst of color and scent. For example, The Juliet with roses, delphinium, snapdragons, and asters in cream, blue, peach, and sunset evokes all the happiness of springtime.

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