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When lined up against the wedding ring or the wedding gown, the wedding cake usually takes a backseat. However, this does not mean that the wedding cake is unimportant. In fact, it is one of the focal points of the reception that can surely add dazzle to the event.

When lined up against the wedding ring or the wedding gown, the wedding cake usually takes a backseat. However, this does not mean that the wedding cake is unimportant. In fact, it is one of the focal points of the reception that can surely add dazzle to the event.

The Easter Egg Tree. This German Couple has been decorating their apple tree with up to 10,000 eggs for the past 50 years. 2015 is the last year they will honor this old tradition. Learn more at http://www.ifitshipitshere.com/2015-volker-kraft-easter-egg-tree/

The Easter Egg Tree. This German Couple has been decorating their apple tree with up to 10,000 eggs for the past 50 years. 2015 is the last year they will honor this old tradition. Learn more at http://www.ifitshipitshere.com/2015-volker-kraft-easter-egg-tree/

Germany    Of the many Easter traditions observed worldwide, the Easter Bunny is one that enjoys immense popularity and appeal. It traces its origins to Germany, where the story of the egg-laying rabbit or the “osterhase” started. Besides being the birthplace of the Easter Bunny,Germany is also known for its custom of using old Christmas trees to make the Easter Fire as a way of bidding goodbye to winter and welcoming spring.

Germany Of the many Easter traditions observed worldwide, the Easter Bunny is one that enjoys immense popularity and appeal. It traces its origins to Germany, where the story of the egg-laying rabbit or the “osterhase” started. Besides being the birthplace of the Easter Bunny,Germany is also known for its custom of using old Christmas trees to make the Easter Fire as a way of bidding goodbye to winter and welcoming spring.