A notable element of the design that presents acceptance is the one arm adorned by a yukata sleeve; it is a hope that this would represent the celebration of the Japanese culture with people from all cultures and backgrounds (this also being shown with the dark to light gradient of the other arm, meaning to represent those of all cultures through skin color). 
There's also the addition of the idea of the "red string of fate" that connects the two arms to also represent the sense of togetherness that the Cherry Blossom Festival brings.
Various versions of the poster.

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