Easter is a wonderful time to spend with family and friends, as it celebrates new beginnings and the arrival of Spring. There are many lovely Easter traditions that you can start with your loved ones, and here are ten ideas to inspire you
Easter egg hunts are a classic, and kids live for them. To introduce some novelty, you can leave hidden notes with clues that lead to the coveted Easter basket. Make it more playful by pretending it is the Easter bunny who is leaving the clues behind.
Instead of simply dyeing eggs and painting the usual motifs, choose a theme and get everyone on board. Once the eggs are ready, make a un photo shoot. Not only will everybody have a blast, but you'll get to keep memorabilia year after year.
Easter include a lovable character in its narrative: the Easter bunny. You can use this character to tell a story that everyone gets to unravel in the Easter egg hunt. If you are planning to host an egg hunt for teenagers or adults, you can amp it up by creating a murder mystery around a cracked egg where everybody collaborates to figure out the culprit. For a lighter version, the Bunny can use your help to solve the mystery of the missing Easter basket.
Organize a blind chocolate egg tasting. Either make it a brand feud or turn it into a Guess the ingredient by buying an array of flavors. Kids and adults can join the fun.
If you enjoy the colorful and joyful ambiance at parades, many cities hold them on Easter. Spend a day enjoying bands, music, colorful costumes, and tasty street food. Attending an Easter parade can get you into the holiday spirit.
What better way to celebrate Spring than by planting a garden? Choose flowers such as tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths, which are traditional flowers for the season. It is the perfect traditon to get kids and grandparents to join in on the fun.
Everybody knows you wear your Sunday best on Easter. Traditionally, people would wear new clothes for Easter to symbolize new beginnings. Bonnets were part of the outfit to cover women’s heads in church and were often designed specifically for this event. Easter bonnets are a fun DIY project because you can work with a base and add elements that scream Spring.
Easter is the perfect holiday for a potluck because it is laid back, and it usually does not include elaborate stuffy food. Traditionally, people took baked goods and simple dishes to share after church. Organizing a neighborhood Easter potluck is a great way to bring together friends and family.
Easter is a time of new beginnings and renewal, dare to put a twist on traditions. Ultimately, the most important thing is to spend time with the people you love and enjoy the beauty of Spring.