Easter Bunny Remains The Most Popular Easter Element At 123Greetings.com


Easter signifies the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead and is a holy day for all Christians. The religious holiday bears no connection to popular Easter symbols such as the Easter Bunny. According to an article published in Discovery News, Easter Bunny was introduced to The United States of America in 1700s by German immigrants. There are other modern day traditions that do not have biblical roots, but are now integral to the holiday celebrations. Some of these are exchange of gifts and greetings, Easter eggs, chocolates, jelly beans and other Easter goodies. 

For Easter 2014, 123Greetings.com offers a basket full of Easter wishes depicting all its popular elements. The Bunny, most loved among card senders is shown in a variety of ways in the ecards. Last year, over 43 percent of the top Easter cards, sent from the website, included the Easter Bunny. This year 123Greetings.com also offers Spanish, Russian, French and German Easter cards allowing many users to send greetings in their local languages.

Arvind Kajaria, Founder of 123Greetings.com, says, "This Easter I'd like to wish everyone a rejuvenating season full of cheer and renewed hope. Our commitment remains to get people closer to their loved ones by means of beautiful expressions. One such step to fortify this commitment was the introduction of ecards in World Languages to the website. We strive to grow this further to touch millions of hearts across the world."

123Greetings.com offers over 675 Easter ecards, across 15 categories for users to choose from.


SOURCE 123Greetings.com