Over the years, I've seen many old postcards and vintage Easter greeting cards which use the term Eastertide. I became curious about it and did a little research.
Eastertide was a greeting which was used well before the 12th century. It was Middle English estertide, from Old English ēastortīd, from ēastor + tīd time, meaning the Easter Season. The Easter season is the 50 days between Pentecost and Easter, which celebrates the day the Savior ascended up into heaven.
I like the idea of Eastertide. It is a sort of Springtime word.
So, a joyous Eastertide to you .