Hoppy Easter, NimbuFam!

Get ready for a very egg-citing and uplifting weekend because Easter is just around the corner!

This year, Easter falls on Sunday, 9 April 2023, and we’re in for a long weekend. Thanks to Good Friday being a public holiday on 7 April in Singapore!

Easter Colors

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Christian families all around the world observe the season of Lent, including Holy Week, leading up to Good Friday, the day Jesus Christ died, and Easter Sunday, the day He rose again. 

This is a very special time! In Singapore, there are many exciting things happening around the city that you won’t want to miss out on! You can hunt for easter eggs, enjoy tasty Easter buffets and brunches, and take part in other amazing events that are eggs-traordinary.

The Meaning Behind the Easter Colors

Did you know that during Easter, people love to decorate everything in cute and charming pastel colors? 

From eggs to flowers to family’s outfit, you’ll see these soft and pretty colors all around during the holiday season. Your eyes will be pampered with shades like purple, white, red, pink and gold. And each of these Easter colors has a special meaning that's tied to the holiday.

Now, let’s discover the meaning behind them that you and your little ones might want to know!


Easter Colors
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Purple is a color that often represents royalty and is commonly associated with Lent, the period leading up to Easter. This is a popular Easter color that used to symbolize penance, humility, and sadness.


Easter Colors
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Naturally, white represents purity, innocence, and grace. While in the religious context, white reminds us of the happiness and excitement of Easter. It represents the most important part of the celebration, which is the resurrection of Jesus Christ.


Easter Colors
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The color yellow is bright and cheerful like the sun, and it represents energy and happiness. This color is used during Easter to uplift people’s mood and spread joy to others.


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Pink represents love, and is often used to symbolize the love of God and the sacrifice of Jesus. Even outside the church, giving someone a pink rose is a happy massage that spreads joy, grace, and gentleness, according to Fifty Flowers


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Green represents new life and a new beginning. It also represents a new life that Jesus brings. And as we know, in some parts of the world, Easter is celebrated in the spring, which marks the end of the cold winter season. It’s perfect to use the color green, when everything starts blooming again. 

Easter Colors for your Kids’ Outfit

Easter is a time for kids to have fun! Adding Easter colors to their outfit can make the holiday even more exciting! Pastel colors like pinks, purples, blues, and yellows are a popular choice for Easter outfits. But it’s not a problem if you want to use brighter colors like pink, orange, and green to create a more playful look.

At Nimbu, we’ve got plenty of dress and organic cotton shirt collections to choose from, to make your kids’ Easter day even more special! Oh, don’t worry, we provide same day and next day shipping around SG!

Let’s take a look at some!

Sweet Pea Organic Cotton Dress Nimbu Kids SingaporeFit & Flare Yellow Dress in Nimbu Yellow
Twirl Voluminous Hi-Low Skirt in Off-White Handwoven Checks Nimbu KidsTurquoise Maze Sleeveless Frilled Dress Nimbu Kids
Source: Dresses from Nimbu


Flamingo Dance Organic Cotton Shirt Nimbu Kids SingaporeElephant print Kurta in Lime Green Nimbu Kids Singapore
Sweetheart Organic Cotton Shirt Nimbu Kids SingaporeLighthouse Organic Cotton Shirt Kurta with Roll-up Sleeves Nimbu Kids Singapore
Source: Organic Cotton Shirt from Nimbu

Adding Easter colors to our celebrations can make us feel more connected to the joy and spirit of the holiday. We hope this article has inspired you to get egg-cited about Easter colors! Don’t forget to check our colorful collections for girls and boys to celebrate your Easter with your loved ones!


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