Easter gifts for family and friends

Easter is not Christmas. But now many people are giving their loved ones, especially children, a little something for Easter. In addition to colorful Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies, popular gift ideas are spring flowers, cuddly toys, books, sweets of all kinds and tea or wine. Cups and mugs with funny sayings and motifs and other home accessories such as vases or candlesticks are also often given away.

The most popular motifs on Easter gifts include rabbits and chicks. Whether cups, pillows or sweets – there is no escape at Easter because Easter bunnies are everywhere. But we prefer to snack on chocolate – whether it's whole milk or dark chocolate, pure chocolate or with a nougat filling, it doesn't matter.

What to bring to Easter brunch?

Anyone who is invited to an Easter brunch or a coffee over the Easter days has various gift ideas to choose from: Many hosts are happy about a small one Easter arrangement as home decoration. However, this is often too late because most people decorate their apartments before Easter. When Easter Monday is over, arrangements and classic Easter decorations are usually quickly cleared away. With a colorful spring bouquet or one Spring arrangement you’re right longer. Because you can still leave it after Easter and enjoy it. Especially when Easter is early in the year and spring is just getting ready.

For Easter brunch, you can of course bring home-made things with you for the Easter table Jam, freshly baked rolls, a yeast braid and other goodies.

What are children happy about at Easter?

Popular Easter gifts for children are still: Sweets. And the following applies here: the more colorful, the better, but it shouldn't be too much either. Especially if you hide the sweets beforehand and do an "egg hunt", the fun is even greater. A small Easter basket or an Easter basket to collect is also a nice gift idea. If you want to put a little something on top, you are right with books, a small game or a cuddly toy. It should just not be too much, because Easter is not a second Christmas – even if it is already celebrated by some.

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