Flowers are always special but even more so when they last for at least a week. If flowers that you send die too quickly let the florist know and request a refund.
Traditional Easter Flower Gifts
The traditional Easter flower gift is a large white lily or a bunch of white lilies which can be arranged in to a grouping. The white lily has much symbolism with Easter as so it is the flower of choice when giving an Easter gift. The Easter Lily can be used as a stand alone flower on a floor or it can be set on a large table for an Easter centerpiece. Lilies will often have a fairly strong odor which some people find uncomfortable so groupings of Easter Lilies can be a bit strong. You should also know that an Easter Lily gift will last longer if you remove the yellow or orange pollen from the stamin in the center of the flower. When the pollen is removed from an Easter lily the flower can last more than a week. Removing the Easter Lily pollen is as simple as grabbing the pollen with two fingers and applying a slight tug. Be careful as the pollen might stain certain clothing.
Alternative Easter Flower Gifts
If the Easter Lily is not the right flower gift for you and your family then there are of course many alternatives which are appropriate for the Easter Holiday. Spring time flowers are generally considered most alligned with Easter and so bulbs like the daffodil and the tulip are very popular in Easter Flower gift arrangements. Roses are also found in Easter Flower gifts but typically they will not be red roses. Red roses are often associated with love and as a a symbol of lovers. Yellow and white roses work very well on Easter and present wonderfully as an Easetr flower gift.
Easter flowers can also be made into a beautiful Easter flower gift basket or an Easter Flower corsage which can be displayed or worn as applicable. Greenery also works very well at Easter including grasses and leaves like you might find in an Easter Gift Basket. You would want to avoid evergreens as they are more of a winter flower gift. Enjoy the gift of flowers this Easter for yourself and for your loved ones.