In this vintage Easter postcard we see two rabbits or Easter Bunnies looking over the backyard wall to a little baby chick. A brightly colored Easter Egg is there and the whole scene is framed within a colored Easter Egg and flowers.
The tradition of the Easter Bunny and the colored Easter Egg originated in Germany and was brought to America by German immigrants. This tradition has become a beloved one for children and adults as children look for their hidden Easter basket full of brightly colored eggs and chocolate on Easter morning.
This Easter postcard has old-fashioned writing that says: “A Happy Easter”
This bright and colorful vintage Easter postcard, with the bunnies, eggs and baby chick, along with blue spring flowers, all represent Springtime and Easter. The bright, happy images stand for life, rebirth, happiness, joy, the ending of winter, and also the ending of Lent, which is a time of fasting and prayer. The card is a celebration of Easter Day which in many homes includes Easter Egg hunts, Easter Basket hunts and lots of eggs and chocolate to eat!