Go for alternative Easter gifts this year!

When someone says Easter, the first thing that comes to mind for most of us is Easter eggs. In many cultures around the world, the egg is a symbol of new life, fertility and rebirth.

Although Easter is a holiday that was not traditionally associated with gifting, over the years, most of us have adopted the culture of giving each other chocolate Easter eggs during this holiday (who would say no right?). However, we think that we should bend the rules a little this year and give alternative Easter gifts. As you know, we are all about sweet treats, and so our suggestions also include something sweet, and then some! Here goes…


For Children: Personalised Bunny Biscuits



If you have young children, nieces or nephews, then you might want to take a look at this. These personalised bunny biscuits are sure to delight anyone who receives them. Most children love anything with their name on it and getting these might just win you the Mummy/Aunt of the Year award! These bunny biscuits come in a sturdy and pretty gift box, and can be delivered straight to your loved ones door. If you’d rather do the baking and personalising yourself for a true personal touch, then take a look at some of our helpful baking hacks that might just make this a smooth process for you!




For Adults: Easter Baskets




Just because we’re independent adults doesn’t mean Easter baskets have to be off limits! We may be over decorating Easter eggs and running around parks and fields for Easter eggs hunts, we’ve probably outgrown stuffing our faces with bunny-themed candy (or have we?), but no one can say no to Easter baskets filled with goodies. Get a basket, fill it up with your loved one’s favourite goodies, and if they have a sweet tooth you can throw in one or two Coppenrath & Wiese desserts. Just make sure you buy them just before you give them basket!



For the home: An Easter Wreath




Who said wreaths should be saved for Christmas alone? Get a loved one this country style Easter wreath, with a combination of a natural twig ring decorated at the bottom with a collection of pretty speckled eggs and sprigs of fresh springtime flowers. They can hang this Easter wreath on a door, hook, stand on a shelf, mantelpiece or windowsill. Let’s bring some life into this Easter holiday (no pun intended!).




As you can see, it doesn’t have to be Easter eggs again this year. Here’s to an alternative Easter!












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