Vancouver, BC, April 2, 2021
Wishing you all the love and happiness that only Easter can bring. Have a joyous celebration with your family!
Why do we celebrate Easter as the most important Holiday for the Christians? Following is a brief explanation of why and how Easter is celebrated in Christian communities:
Easter Sunday is the most important day on the Easter holidays. The celebration begins on Saturday night from Holy Saturday to Easter Sunday with a service. This service commemorates the resurrection of Jesus. Symbolically this is done through the light. At first it is dark in the church, which means the death of Jesus, but light, which means the resurrection of Jesus, is brought into the room and into life through candles. After this service, the bells ring again, which had stopped after the day of mourning Good Friday.
The rest of the day is celebrated together with your close family.
Easter is considered as a celebration that represents new life and lots of yummy Chocolate Easter eggs brought by an "Easter Bunny". May you enjoy this day surrounded by your family, smiles, sunshine, plenty of chocolate, and lots of other sweet treats. Do you know where this "Easter Bunny" tradition comes from? Read more in our previous Easter blog.
Hoping your Easter is full of the sweetest things in life!
Your MyBrilliantStar Team
Another round of the Virtual Toronto Gift + Home Market is awaiting us in August. As we are seeing many improvements and openings concerning Covid-19 restrictions, large scale indoor events, however, cannot yet take place in Ontario. Therefore, we welcome another round of the Virtual Toronto Gift + Home Market in August. MyBrilliantStar will take part again with a virtual booth and full online service. The show will be LIVE from August 9-12, however our online booth will be accessible for retailers far beyond the live show, from August 9 – September 3.
Happy Canada Day! Today on Canada Day, you will see it proudly flying throughout the country. Maybe you’ve waved a paper hand flag on Canada Day, or worn it as a pin on your jacket. Maybe you’ve even sewn one on to your travel backpack! Regardless of where you see it, the National Flag of Canada stands out both at home and abroad as one of the most striking and recognizable symbols representing Canada.