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How to Send Easter Greetings with a 3D Popup Card

Easter is one of the main events of the year for the Orthodox Christians and the most important Orthodox holiday.

Easter Day is a religious holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ three days after His crucifixion. According to Christian tradition, Jesus Christ died on the cross on Good Friday and was resurrected on Easter Sunday.

Easter is an important holiday all over the world, Easter is celebrated in various ways, depending on each country. Easter in the United States celebrate similar to most of Europe, but in a unique way and combines religious and cultural traditions.

This holiday is a very important one for Americans, who celebrate it with great enthusiasm and fervor throughout the country. The church is the main place where the celebrations take place, but there are also other traditions and customs that are practiced in homes and communities.

How to Send Easter Greetings with a 3D Popup Card

Easter Traditions and Customs in the United States

The Easter bunny as a figure

The Easter bunny is a popular symbol on Easter Day. He is the mythical character who carries and brings Easter eggs and candy to the children. This character is often depicted as a rabbit dressed in human clothing and carrying a basket full of Easter eggs.

Easter egg hunt

One of the most popular and most idealized traditions in the United States is the Easter egg hunt. And it is just as you imagine it, the Easter eggs are decorated and hidden in the garden of the house for the children to look for them.

These events are also held on a large scale between communities, with search contests rewarding the one who finds the most. On this holiday it is also very common to give chocolate eggs and candies in the shape of bunnies and chicks.

Easter basket

Another popular Easter Day tradition is the creation and delivery of Easter baskets. These baskets are filled with sweets and treats and are often given to children as gifts.

Easter Parade

The Easter Parade is a celebration that takes place in many cities in the United States. It is composed of floats decorated with Easter themes, music bands and with the participation of people dressed as rabbits and other animals.

Easter Lunch

Food is another of the fundamental points in the celebration of Easter in the United States. The main dish on the table is honey-glazed ham, although turkey or lamb is also often substituted.

Americans sit around the table and enjoy these delicacies accompanied by other desserts also popular on the holiday: carrot cake or lemon cake.

Easter including candy sales, egg hunts, and appearances from the Easter bunny and greeting cards. Whether you celebrate Easter with your family or not, wishing your relatives and friends a happy holiday is always a nice gesture. This is when cute Easter greetings and tasteful cards come in handy.

How to Send Easter Greetings with a 3D Popup Card

Easter Messages for Family

For many of us, Easter is all about the traditions we share with family. That makes it a perfect time to reach out to family members and remind them how much those shared ties and memories mean.

  • “At Easter and always, so grateful for all we share as family.”
  • “Mom, you’re there at the heart of all my best Easter memories. Thank you for always making it such a fun and colorful time in our family.”
  • “Remembering all those years of matching Easter dresses, egg hunts and candy swaps…and thinking of how good it still is having you for my sister.”
  • “Celebrating the joy of Easter, the promise of spring and the lifelong blessing of having parents like you.”
  •  “Grandma, I just can’t think of Easter without thinking of your dinners, your prayers, your hugs…every wonderful way you’ve shared your love. I love you, too.”
How to Send Easter Greetings with a 3D Popup Card

Happy Easter Messages

A simple “Happy Easter” wish can be a great option, especially when the card itself has already said a lot or when keeping it short simply feels right for your relationship with your recipient.

  • “Happy Easter and God bless.”
  • “Happy, hoppy Easter to you!”
  • “Hoping your Easter is extra bright and happy this year.”
  • “Wishing you sunshine, good times and a very happy Easter!”
  • “Happy Easter to the whole family! I hope it’s a fun one for all of you.”
  • “Just wanted to say a warm springtime hello and wish you a happy Easter!”
  • “Thinking of you at Easter and sending sunny wishes your way…”
  • “Wishing you a happy, heartwarming Easter time.”


How to Send Easter Greetings with a 3D Popup Card

Easter Messages for Kids

When sending an Easter card to a child, you have extra permission to make it fun and silly. Even if they end up rolling their eyes at an “egg-stra” bad joke you made, they’ll still love getting mail and knowing you’re thinking of them.

  • “Have an ‘egg-stra’ Happy Easter! Hope it brings you smiles by the dozen!”
  • “Sending a big Easter hug to one of the coolest chicks I know!”
  • “Happy Easter! Jesus loves you. (And we love you, too!)”
  • “Hope your Easter is sweeter than jelly beans!”
  • “Happy Easter to some-bunny who’s loved bunches!”
  • “Wishing you a big ol’ basket full of happy on Easter!”
  • “You may outgrow egg hunts and chocolate bunnies, but you’ll never outgrow all the love we have for you!