Easter Decorations have become easier to find. Many people have decorated more extensively for Halloween, then again for Christmas, than in the past. There is a yearning for something uplifting, and holidays give an opportunity to decorate.
As we approach Easter there is yet another opportunity to add a display of beautiful decorations, whether it be indoors or outdoors. Easter is a time for celebrating, for it is central to Christian beliefs, the culmination of the events of redemption. But there is no equivalent of the Nativity Set that signifies Christmas.
The secular decorations center on a rabbit who brings eggs, and prefers those eggs be colored splendidly. In a sense the colors and even the eggs could represent spring. No matter the origins, these are the symbols of Easter, along with candy.