HAVE A HAPPY EASTER!

Vancouver, B.C., April 16, 2017

Happy Easter 2017!

Traditionally, on Easter Sunday, Christians worldwide celebrate the Easter holidays! MyBrilliantStar wishes everyone involved a Happy Easter 2016! 

Do you know the reason why Easter is celebrated is greatly celebrated? Read below to find out!

This celebration is in remembrance of Jesus Christ who was resurrected on Easter Sunday after being crucified. In Western Christianity the Easter Holidays are chronologically preceded by the Holy week, which starts with Palm Sunday and ends with Holy Saturday.

Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are celebrated after the Holy Week. There are many different ways to celebrate the holiday with family and friends, most popularly by going to church. A long time tradition for children is to go on an Easter egg hunt to find the Easter Bunny’s gems. If you are looking for some creative and fun ideas on how to plan an Easter Egg hunt click here!

Take a look at our yellow and white Herrnhut Stars and decorate them with dainty Easter eggs and flowers to make a perfect and beautiful arrangement!

In case you are interested in other Herrnhut Stars, here you will find our complete assortment.

Have nice Easter Holidays 2017!
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