1. Cut Out the Candy
Ok ok don't panic, we don't mean all the candy! Write rewards on slips of paper and fill up some of the non-candy easter eggs. For example, extra 30 mins of play time or one free pass from doing the dishes tonight. The kids will love it!
2. Craft Stations
Not feeling up to doing an easter egg hunt? Get creative with a few craft stations at home like DIY bunny ears or decorating easter eggs. You can even make it into a friendly competition and reward the best pieces with some small gifts!
3. Reverse Easter Egg Hunt
Traditionally, the easter egg hunt has always been for the little ones to find hidden candy. But how about mixing it up a little and getting them to hide easter eggs with things they want written inside - skipping chores for a day, nuggets for dinner or a new toy. Parents will have to find the eggs and grant their wishes.
WARNING: This could get dangerous...
4. Table Decor
Floral arrangements make for classic centrepieces on an Easter table and definitely brightens up any space. You don't have to hop around from shop to shop looking for a suitable bouquet though, we've got a Spring collection
that even the Easter bunny would approve of.
5. Over 18's Only
We left the best for the last. Easter games aren't just for kids and we have a few ideas up our sleeves. Cocktail making games, Easter beer hunt, or how about a twist on the classic egg hunt - grab a drink in one hand and look for hidden easter eggs with numbers in them, the number tells you how many sips you have to take.
Cover image by Emily Henderson